1. Kranj Foto Fest 2023: Open Call Winners Announced

    The highly anticipated third edition of the Kranj Foto Fest in Slovenia is set to captivate audiences from 23 August to 23 September 2023. The festival's Open Call, centered around the theme of Human – Nature, garnered an astonishing response, attracting 656 submissions from 90 countries across six continents.
  2. FOTODOK (NL) Presented a Virtual Tour of the Exhibition 'Whispers and Shouts: Voices of Ukrainian Women Photographers'

    FOTODOK has published a 360° online tour of the exhibition 'Whispers and Shouts: Voices of Ukrainian Women Photographers', which was open for the view in Utrecht from February 24 until May 14 2023.
  3. Introducing 'Relaxing Chamber': Aleksei Kazantsev's Photobook Exploreing Consciousness and Archetypal Symbolism of Animals

    Relaxing Chamber is a continuously evolving series of photographs that delves into the intricate theme of consciousness in both humans and animals. Aleksei Kazantsev's captivating images feature motifs of human faces and animal forms, often concealed or obscured, creating an aura of mystery and intrigue. 
  4. Highlights from Ljubljana Art Weekend

    The second edition of Ljubljana Art Weekend will be held in Slovenia from May 25 to 28, 2023. With the participation of 31 partner institutions, this four-day festival will feature an impressive lineup of numerous exhibitions, openings, guided tours with curators, art walks, workshops, round tables, performances, and artist talks across the city.
  1. Marlin Dedaj Unveils Thought-Provoking Exhibition as part of the first Albanian Culture Festival in Pisa

    Marlin Dedaj's exhibition On the Skin (Sulla Pelle in Italian) was a significant highlight of the first Albanian Culture Festival in Pisa, held from April 28th to April 30th at the historic Logge di Banchi.
  2. "What I didn't know I knew" by Lala Meredith-Vula On View until June 6th in Prishtina

    The exhibition curated by Edi Muka showcases a contemporary sculptural installation of a haystack made by Kosova farmers; a large three screen film flow comprised of 150 images that was edited by Jim Boulton; and a special sound piece composed for the exhibition by Professor John Young. 

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