Clemens Kalischer


Clemens Kalischer immigrated with his parents to Paris from his native Bavaria in 1933, when Hitler came to power, and then to the United States in 1942. After studying photography at Cooper Union and the New School for Social Research, he worked as a photojournalist for the French Press news agency and for Coronet magazine. By 1949 he was a successful freelance photographer and photojournalist, with work published in such magazines and newspapers as the New York Times, Newsweek, Time, Fortune, Du, and in the alternative press as well, including In Context and Common Ground. Kalischer’s architectural photographs have appeared in Architectural Forum, Urban Design International, and Progressive Architecture. He has operated the Image Gallery in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, for more than thirty years, and maintains an archive of some 500,000 stock photographs, supplied to publications worldwide. As both photographer and teacher, he works extensively with institutions such as Bennington and Hampshire colleges, Georgetown, and Harvard. Kalischer has been an active member of One by One, an international dialogue group for survivors and perpetrators of the Holocaust that seeks emotional healing.
Kalischer’s work extends the tradition of photojournalism inspired by Henri Cartier-Bresson and André Kertész. His recent interest in agriculture, architecture, education, the environment, music, religion, and socioeconomic matters, however, adds a level of personal dedication to his images that pushes his body of work beyond its aesthetic precedents.

The Blurred City, Nicolas Janowski


Nicolas Janowski (b. 1980) is an argentine photographer based in Buenos Aires.

BA degree in Anthropology from the UAB (Barcelona, Spain) Photography studies at Centre Iris (Paris, France) and at ARGRA (Argentina).

In 2011 he received a National Grant from INCAA for develop a project about Archaeological Sites in Argentina.

His work has been featured in NY Times Lens Blog, De Spiegel, Burn Magazine, Emaho Magazine , Lugares and Rolling Stone among others.

Along the way he has received several awards, such as first prize in Repsol Lima Photo 2014, Finalist in Burn for Emerging Photographers 2012 and Top Finalist in Fotovisura 2013 edition.

He has exhibited collectively in PhotoEspaña-Brasil 2013, Sao Paulo; Colorful Ghizou 6th China International Photo Festival; PhotoEspaña 2013, Madrid, Fotografia Latinoamericana Contemporanea; Miami PHM Art Basel(2012); Lima, Peru (2012) Miscellaneous Cultural Center and Los Alamos Gallery (Barcelona, 2006-2007) and PhotoPro’s Gallery (El Paso, Texas, USA, 2009) Individually in Vendrazanne Gallerie d’art (Paris, France, 2008); Metales Pesados (Santiago, Chile 2103); Casa Florida Fotografia Contemporanea (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2013)

His photographs have been exhibited in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, France Spain, USA, India & China.

Based in Buenos Aires, he currently works as a freelance photographer. At the same time he works on photographic projects independently.

He is also a curator at, an online photography museum.

Spencer Bentley


I’m a photography enthusiast and my main focus is on journaling my everyday life experices, whatever they may be. I’m self taught in the discipline and I take every opportunity I can to increase my knowledge and perfect my craft

Thomas Annan


Thomas Annan

Jerome Liebling



Jerome Liebling (1924-2011) grew up Brooklyn, New York, a first-generation son of Jewish immigrants from Europe. His father supported the family as a waiter. During World War II, Liebling served in the 82nd Airborne – surviving eight major offensives in the notoriously deadly glider infantry. Liebling enlisted to fight for a cause he believed in but returned from military service with a staunch anti-war sentiment that endured his entire lifetime. Back home in 1946, he enrolled at Brooklyn College under the G.I. Bill, studying design with the painter Ad Reinhardt and photography with Walter Rosenblum.

In 1947, Liebling joined the Photo League, a socially minded photographers’ cooperative, where, along with Paul Strand, W. Eugene Smith, Lisette Model and Aaron Siskind, he took to the streets of NYC to focus his lens on hidden corners of urban life. But perhaps the most edifying tenets of his creative vision were born on the depression-era streets of Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. Growing up a child of the Depression formed an impulse throughout his career, Liebling said, to “figure out where the pain was, to show things that people wouldn’t see unless I was showing them

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Petros Kotzabasis


I was born and bred in Komotini, a small town in northern Greece, where I have chosen to live. I have been involved with photography since 1985 with a 10-year-interval.

My field of reference is “the street”; I neither seek extraordinary events, nor do I travel around in quest of a subject to photograph. I have been photographing the “riches” of everyday life on a daily basis. I seek nothing but the moment when narration becomes superfluous, with a view to creating a new universe where everything will be evident yet something will be left unrevealed, not with symbols but with hints. My starting point is a quote by Odysseas Elytis, an eminent Greek poet, that goes as follows: “with lime twigs you may capture birds, yet you never capture their singing. It takes a different kind of twig….” The “project” I am working upon is a single one and it will be over once my life cycle is over, hoping that my every photo gets across to the viewer the intensity I felt when I raised my camera, opening for him small cracks in the solid wall of reality, allowing him to see beyond and over reality and its laws. I make use of reality so as to make photos, trying to shape something that pre-existed within me and at the same time giving back to life itself what I have borrowed for a single moment but now in an altered form as dictated by my own spirit; thus, I follow exactly the opposite course in comparison with those involved with applied or commemorative photography, who use photography as a means to show reality.

I started teaching fine-art photography in 2007 in the student cultural society of Democritus University of Thrace. I am currently teaching in the photographic societies of Komotini, Xanthi and Kavala and I have also been conducting seminars on fine-art photography and visual perception in photographic groups and societies all over Greece.

In 2014 my first photographic album entitled “Obsessions” was published. It can be provided to anyone interested by contacting

Eolo Perfido


My name is Eolo Perfido and I’m a Street Photographer based in Rome.

My photographic journey began 20 years ago having the honour to assist on the field and learn from great masters of photography such as Steve McCurry, Elliott Erwitt, James Nachtwey ed Eugene Richards

Mikhail Palinchak

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Mikhail Palinchak is Ukrainian street and documentary photographer residing and working in Kyiv, Ukraine. Born January 1985 in Uzhgorod, Ukraine into photographic family. Starts photography in 2008 and the same year became full member of National Society of Photo Artists of Ukraine (NSPAU). Since 2012 member of Ukrainian Photographic Alternative (UPHA). Member of Ukrainian Association of Professional Photographers (UAPF) since 2014. Numerous awards, exhibitions and publications around the world. Some of his photos are stored in private and institutional collections.