When Callie Eh, a photographer from Malaysia, joined us for an individual Krakow Unseen workshop in early June 2016, she got fascinated with local barbershops.
Invisible People of Belarus is a documentary project about disabled people and Chernobyl victims locked up in Internats’, governmental institutions that house them through their entire lives.
It was in this town where I recently joined Workshopx and Alex Masi to learn about documentary and photojournalism; my goal was to profile the Muslim village itself.
We have received over a hundred applications from all over the world. All the projects that made to the final stage are worth viewing and knowing more about (…)
“So Long, China” is a book and exhibition that sum up more than 30 years of Patrick Zachmann’s encounters with China and Chinese identity. Time of release: April 2016.
The winner will receive a free place on the week-long workshop with Magnum photographer Patrick Zachmann in Krakow, Poland, 29 June – 4 July 2016.
Fascinated by the concept of intimacy and its complexity within the Japanese society, photographer Zaza Bertrand is working on a documentary series inside love hotels (rabuho) in Japan.
A long-term project completed in Ukraine, an European country torn by war. The main idea behind his story was to meet and understand people who are risking their lives to defend the idea of a better life in a democratic state.
Project The Incomplete Princess Book created by Russian-Dutch artist Irina Popova is a virtual journey to Russia: a new way of meeting people and a new way of photographing them.
Mos Stellarium is a poetic documentary about Yunus, Anna, Rijad, Dzemil, Milena and Eko; in all intimacy, they tell their stories as young refugees. Directed by workshopx contributor Karolina Markiewicz.
Celine Marchbank is launching her first Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to publish the project into a book. If the funding target is reached, a beautiful hardback book will be published by Dewi Lewis Publishing.
When Paul Schneller visited Krakow in 2013, he fell in love with its historical Jewish quarter of Kazimierz. Since then he has been fixed on the idea of making a documentary project that would examine the flourishing revival of Jewish life in the city.