a preview of Part II from the project “The Fountains of Oltenia” Gallery with photos from the project. Photos are not yet post-processed or edited. © OMNIA PHOTO
The materials in this collection consist of black-and-white photographic prints, related documents and a photographic album created by ”Foto Omnia Craiova” Studio. The photographs were made in the 1940s and show industrial buildings façades, stations, equipment and machineries, workshops, people at work as snapped during an official visit paid to the headquarters by public officials.
The project of visual documentation and mapping of community fountains in Oltenia was initiated in 2016 by a team of photographers and anthropologists who carried out field research on a preliminary area in Dolj and Mehedinţi counties. The first part of the project was carried out in partnership with the Romanian Peasant Museum and “Mircea
Our grandparents are the two “FOTO OMNIA” photo studios active in Craiova and Bucharest during the first half of the 20th century. We are glad to share with you a group of (rare) photographs made by the old photo studios ”FOTO OMNIA” from Bucharest and Craiova, part of our photographic archive. Project is work in
[EN] Together with the community we organized three events aiming to promote the historical Romanian automobile and our research and visual documentation. February 2018 „Dacia, my darling” Our team presented the visual project while members of the community and of Retromobil, Dacia Classic shared with us their personal stories and experiences with Dacia- the Automobile.
We would like to make one thing clear from the very beginning: this is not a preface, as well as Dacia is not a mere “thing” either. Dacia is a car that people have been interacting with in different ways. In short, our discussions with the people in the “Dacia – autoturismul copilăriei” community, as
Wall photography – What Remains – An incursion into the surface of urban murals of Bucharest city center Abstract The idea of studying city walls as both a form of urban skin in constant change and archives of recent memory has come from questions related to what remains of the decomposing process of walls’ surfaces used
[EN] „Costică Acsinte from our homes“ is a participatory photographic project implemented by Atelierele Albe Association. The project aimed to gather photographic material and organize an exhibition with photographs made by Costică Acsinte and owned by different private collectors and families from Ialomița County. The exhibition took place in Slobozia at Unesco Cultural Center „Ionel
[EN] The 4th edition of Bucharest Photo Week, one of the most important photography festivals in the capital, begins on September 11th. This year’s events will take place until September 17, in several Bucharest districts, being mostly dedicated to street and document photography as well. In addition to exhibitions and workshops, Bucharest Photo Week also