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Following the Erotic Eye of Martin Neagoe

Martin Neagoe is a Romanian photographer based in Bucharest. Aesthetically tying together his portraits and the occasional landscape in his personal work is a use of nostalgic tonality, nature and soft, romantic lighting. Combined, these qualities give his shots a dreamy atmosphere. When we got in touch to ask him […]

The Beautiful Chaos Unfolding on the Romanian Streets by Ina Alice Danila

Bucharest-based photographer Ina Alice Danila seeks to capture “saturated colors, unlimited sky, breathtaking landscapes.” She is an Account Manager at Kubis Interactive and when not dealing with customers and planning, she’s taking pictures. Ina focuses his lens on both staged and chance moments, capturing the beautiful edges of Romanian life. […]

Subtle Surrealism by Romanian Photographer and Film Director Corina Andrian

You may not be familiar with the name Corina Andrian but chances are that you’ve seen her work before. Corina is a London-based photographer, film director and contemporary dancer and her images imprint themselves on your mind. The photographs are charged with presence, not just of the models or places […]

Andrei Stan: ‘Living in Romania is challenging but also satisfying.’

Andrei Stan has become one of my favorite artists, discovering him from an old friend and Cultartes contributor. His style caught my eyes and in no time I found myself clicking on each one of his published works and exploring his world. He creates atmospheric, surreal animations that are somehow […]

Experiments in Portraiture by Ziqian Liu

Ziqian Liu is a freelance photographer from China and she studied in London and Sydney and graduated with a major in communication management. The photographer stages herself in a minimal universe, surrounded by flowers and fruits. Photography to me is not only a tool that bring the beautiful sight to others, […]

New Release from Goliath Books: 300 Years of Erotic Spanking in Pictures

Flogging, an element of corporal punishment, was already practised by early humans. Sources can be found in the context of nearly all antique societies: the Sumerians did it, as did the Israelites; it was carried out in ancient India, China and Rome. Becoming particularly widespread in mediaeval times as a […]