The unique, soulful Greek dance called Zeybekiko is steeped in folk tradition, has no specified steps or moves, and yet captures the essence of Greek character. I attempt to explain what it’s all about. I was recently invited to capture my nephew’s christening in photography. Christenings, weddings and other family gatherings are important social happenings… Read More
“What the fuck are they gonna do with all these tubes? What the hell do they need all these tubes for? Should we perhaps carry the oceans inside all these tubes?” from the song Tubes by Lost Bodies *You’re welcome to expand this article by submitting your photo and description to email@example.com Let there be… Read More
Be a Socialist Modernism, Brutalism, and World War 2 history fanboy like I am. Be in Kyiv during wintertime, and with only 3 hours to spare. What would you do, and where would you even begin? Read More
In the outskirts of Sofia, where I found myself one October, there’s a somewhat secret garden where the state of Bulgaria is hiding away the past. The Museum of Socialist Art is a sombre, poignant affair, tucked away among modern office buildings and the token concrete abandoned factories. It’s a museum dedicated to exiled communist… Read More
Visiting a renowned Parisian squat dedicated to art Read More
A celebration of London’s revered brutalist masterpiece through reflections on its blue water pools All images © explorabilia
when words are not enough, would you let the captions do the talking? I have adored those movie stills, and did so unconditionally. thank you kindly for letting me share those pocket dramas of yours © sozitagood
It didn’t take long to become captivated by the otherworldly photography of Anne Brigman. Very special thanks to [Fütüristika!] for their permission to reproduce their content and gallery.