We invited artists who, in our opinion, created relevant visual documents of a particular time and place and who by their subjective approach “captured reality” at a more complex level of perception than is usually delivered by the instant photo-medium. In the context of the project’s conception as implied by its title, we were looking for series of works that are multi-layered and address broader subjects of social and political change, cultural and economic (r)evolution as well as social and existential stories of individuals. Within this conceptual framework we paid special attention to works highlighting aesthetic issues that call into question the role of photography as a document or that consider photography primarily as a medium of contemporary art practice.


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