“FORWARD MARCH” photo album is part of a long – term documentary project conducted by Cristian Bassa regarding the life of young individuals making an honest living and striving to build a future for themselves in Romania.The current book is looking at the life of Alexandru, a Romanian soldier, whose personal story and trajectory is
[EN] STRATA|B is a story of a fragment of Bucharest, a time-frame and digital spaces. Back in 2014 there was a time when interactions between people and the walls of buildings in a part of the old city center were meticulously recorded. I visited these walls, or what was left of them, on a regular
“I live in the northern area of Bucharest. Every day on my way to work I used to pass by a public transport ticket booth. Among the middle-aged vendors, I saw a young man working there, focused on his job, very quiet and seemingly out of place. During breaks between serving clients he was usually
[EN] Analogic192021 is a long-term project dedicated to the research, digitization and promotion of analogic photography, Romanian photographic archives and collections, developed in partnership with associations and cultural institutions. The project started in 2017 with a Cocktail of centuries, event organized during Bucharest Photo Week Festival, in partnership with Paul Aioanei, Studio Ambrotipescu, and Cezar
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.
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
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] 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