Echoes of Lofoten After World War II, families in small and remote fishing villages in Lofoten, Norway, were offered a lump sum from the government to leave their homes and relocate to more central places in a plan to modernize the nation. Photographer Hebe Robinson re-connects those hardy souls with their rugged outposts via heirloom snapshots and contemporary landscapes.
Exodus Marcus Lyon is exploring the most significant migrations of the early 21st century, with large-format hyper-detailed images.
Tractor Boys Young Swedish boys in their early teens have a ritual of gathering together in a large deserted field at night to drive souped up old cars at crazy speeds. A small masterpiece by Martin Bogren.
American Color These photographs capture color, light and an emotional vibration of American life from the 1970s to the present. Dennis Church compresses a lot of visual information into a flattened plane.
Natural Red Hair Hanne Van Der Woude, combines her love of verdant Dutch landscapes with an almost obsessive fascination with natural red hair. The photos vibrate with intensity.
Evolution: In Action Patrick Gries captures the awe and beauty of nature in his photographs of more than 250 skeletons of the smallest to the largest vertebrate.
The Animals Italian photographer Giacomo Brunelli defines his work as animal-focused street photography. Critic Alison Nordström writes: "These pictures are timeless and uncanny, powerful in their ordinariness, and emotionally much bigger than their simple subjects."