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In carefully staged compositions, photographer Katerina Plotnikova used real animals (under supervision of trainers) to achieve magic fairytale imagery inspired by art of colorful Russian storytelling.

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Possibly playing off the name of infamous motorcycle gang "Hells Angels" - Morocco born photographer Hassan Hajjaj photographed his series "Kesh Angels" as a tribute to the biker girl culture of Marrakesh.

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Some of us feel certain nostalgia for the music and aesthetics of the 1950's, but for others this passion for the vintage Americana is much stronger - it is part of their everyday life.

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Madame Peripetie wraps-up 2013 with photo series for Hunger TV called "Art is either plagiarism or revolution".

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As a quiet reminder of impermanence of our existence, images have a solemn quality about them, reminiscent of resting place for human once great achievements.

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These images celebrating body in motion are poetic in suggestive intensity of movement. Dancing shapes aggressively carving space around them in bold yet vulnerable nudity of body forms and shadows.

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Those of us who have visited Moscow would never forget impressive Moscow Metro. One station more beautiful then another - it feels just like driving train between art exhibitions, more beautiful than some of the worlds museums.

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In her series "Wonderland" Kirsty Mitchell takes us on an enchanting excursion in to visual world of Alice in Wonderland'esque fairytale fantasy.

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Andreas Franke - underwater photography exhibition "Stavronikita"

Andreas Franke known for his staged photography, used underwater ship wrecks as a background for his latest projects "The Sinking World".

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Sunken ship was used as a backdrop for depiction of everyday scenes

What is better place to display photos of a sunken ship than, well... on the sunken ship.

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