Providing a basic description of Pierre Huyghe’s 2010 work Zoodrama is simple: a living ocean ecosystem in a glass aquarium. However, this seemingly straightforward marine animal spectacle makes present the tension between the human and the non-human, following up on the artist’s favorite themes…Read more
Fotograf magazine is a periodical comming out three times a year (February, May, October) and mapping the world of photography, visual culture and contemporary art.
Fatoumata Diabaté is a strong female voice from West Africa who reinterprets the cultural and visual heritage of the continent in a new and often surprising manner.Read more
In the year 1800, human activity produced around 30 million tons of carbon dioxide a year. A hundred years later, this number has skyrocketed to more than two billion, together with the doubling of the human population…Read more
Mood Keep is a fictional documentary tracing the collective decision of axolotls in captivity to develop eyelids as a part of their biology. Axolotls are water salamanders with regenerative abilities who refuse to metamorphose into maturity…Read more
Bound in an ample whole joining the impulsiveness of zines with the ambitions of a book, the collected notebooks of Václav Jirásek’s Cars are a record of thou-sands of driven kilometers, as well as, more importantly, those undriven…Read more
The history and origins of the Month of Photography in Minsk are simple and at the same time impressive. One very renowned, very professional and very much in demand (in the West, as they like to say in Belarus) photographer decided that in fact there were just as many professional and in demand people in the East as there are in the West…Read more