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Space Title

Room 5

Within the World Titled Edition 365
Credited to 1854 and British Journal of Photography
Opening date November 9th, 2021
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Aaron Hammond DuncanAllie CreweAttila BaloghBart Seng Wen LongCath MuldowneyChristian VelcichClair RobinsClaudia Fuggetticosimo damianoCristina FontsareDaniel Aros-AguilarFrederik van den BergGideon VassGreta StellaHannah Maule-FfinchHermann BredehorstIoan MagaJason HamiltonJordie HennigarKai YokoyamaKasia TrojakKourtney ImanLars ArnedLeopold FrechowLucy VealeLUDMILA DIAZ LUNAMark ForbesMark GriffithsMarnie SelbyMartin San DiegoMatteo DelredMiro KuzmanovicNieves MinguezaNikee BrooklynNikita KorchunovPamelaPatricia KrivanekPatrick M LichtyRené HabermacherRyan KevinRyley ClarkeSamira SaidiSarah KinnettSergey NazarovSilvia De GiorgiSujata SetiaSuridh Das-HassanSusana de DiosVikram KushwahYulia Skogoreva

Artworks in this space:

Artwork title

HOOD MONALISA

Artist name Kourtney Iman
Artwork Description:

Namena on the front of family friends lawn in Alabama @_kourtneyiman on Instagram @kourtinthakut on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Namena on the front of family friends lawn in Alabama
Artwork title

Boy

Artist name Mark Forbes
Artwork Description:

Melbourne, 2020, Medium format film image @_markforbes_ on Instagram @_markforbes_ on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Colourful paper planes flown into the corner of a retro room
Artwork title

Quiet court

Artist name Mark Forbes
Artwork Description:

Melbourne, 2020, Medium format film image @_markforbes_ on Instagram @_markforbes_ on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Empty basketball hoop against a red brick wall on a foggy day
Artwork title

Scars

Artist name Sujata Setia
Artwork Description:

“My belly had become so big, doctors thought I was going to have twins. My stomach muscles completely split, to the point that the doctors could barely distinguish them during the C-section. They said it was the worst damage to stomach muscles that they had ever seen.... .... And then our Emilia was born, weighing 12lbs and 14oz. I became a mother to this miracle. My little child...” “Hello! My name is Amber. I am a mother. I have scars. I will wear my scars like a jewel on my body and my soul. I celebrate my scars.” @butnaturalphotography on Instagram @sujatasetia on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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This image tells the story of a new mother - Amber. Her baby weighed 12lbs and 14oz at birth, becoming the second biggest newborn baby born in the UK. At the time of her delivery Amber's stomach muscles split entires and the scars are painted all of her stomach like battle victory marks as she hold her little 12 days old daughter sleeping peacefully in her arms in this photo. This image poignantly tells the story of motherhood and how scars are beautiful. Scars tell a story.
Artwork title

Once Upon a Time

Artist name cosimo damiano
Artwork Description:

Nonna @cosimodamiano_ on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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portrait
headshot
italy
Mexico
story
real
documentary
Artwork title

Once Upon a Time

Artist name cosimo damiano
Artwork Description:

Nonno @cosimodamiano_ on Instagram

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portrait
headshot
italy
Mexico
story
real
documentary
Artwork title

Four sisters and one brother

Artist name Cristina Fontsare
Artwork Description:

I Started to take pictures of these family in 2014. At the beginning they were three sisters,then four and finally Emile came to the world. We meet every year in their family house in the mountains in Catalonia. I Spend several days living with them, we take pictures, we play, we have fun, sometimes one of them gets angry and doesn't want to be in the picture. I have learned to be patient and attentive, to wait, to observe when it is the right moment to shoot a picture. Just after the first lockdown, I went to visit them at the beginning of June 2020. We decided that in the pictures of that year the mask had to be present. They stood very seriously in front of me and gave that precious moment. @cristinafontsare on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Portrait of five children with covid mask in a path
Artwork title

India and Gaelle

Artist name Cristina Fontsare
Artwork Description:

Two sisters, 12 and 11 in summer 2020. Similar but different. @cristinafontsare on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Two sister dressed in red and blue with mask
Artwork title

A Ghost with Socks

Artist name Cristina Fontsare
Artwork Description:

I took this picture in February 2021. I rescued from the bottom of the closet a sheet of my great-grandmother that had been stored for years. I brought it to the photoshoot adventure I do with the children every year. We created a playful ghost situation. We were all unconfined so was my great grandmother's spirit @cristinafontsare on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Three children with a sheet playing ghost
Artwork title

Classic

Artist name Sarah Kinnett
Artwork Description:

My city has a gorgeous canal, dressed up with lights and some pretty unique architecture. The black-and-white stills from this area always make me feel like I've stepped into the 50's. @earthandskyphotos on Instagram @earthandskyin on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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City building on a canal
Artwork title

Shutdown

Artist name Frederik van den Berg
Artwork Description:

A world on standby can be a wonderful thing. Nature feels natural again. The streets are quiet and the forest is loud; birds chirping while the wind rustles the leaves. This photograph was taken on one of my 70 walks through the local forest in 2020. The red and white caution tape can be interpreted as one of the many barricades we faced in a tough year. While the internet is full of opinions, discussions, information, and misinformation - many viewers would jump to the conclusion that we went so far as to close off the wilderness. It would be an obnoxious assumption, but in this day and age it could easily pass as true. (In reality, this is just a section of a new bike trail being built.) Photographed in Zurich, Switzerland, 2020 @frederik.vandenberg on Instagram @FvdbPhotography on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Shutdown
Artwork title

The Loneliest Basketball Court Of China

Artist name Attila Balogh
Artwork Description:

Basketball court in Xinjiang province @guzco on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Basketball court in Xinjiang province
Artwork title

The day you were born, I wasn't born yet

Artist name Kai Yokoyama
Artwork Description:

This is what I have to do now with my life. When this pandemic began in 2020, I lost control like people around the world. I talked with my parents more than ever and shared almost all my time with them. I searched for photos of my family in the past. I walked where my late grandparents lived and kept taking pictures. Then I tried to connect the present and the past. It was a kind of spatiotemporal movement as if I went back to where my soul had been. There were memories full of love and sadness. This April, my father said, "This year's cherry blossoms don't look beautiful at all." I couldn't help feeling the death from the scattered cherry blossoms. Cherry blossoms are drawn on the fighters, and the military song says, "Since we are flowers, we are doomed to fall. Let us fall magnificently for the country." My grandfather went to the Pacific War. He came back and gave birth to the daughter who gave birth to me. I think it's a miracle. There are countless reasons why I wasn't born here. @kaiykym on Instagram @kaiykym on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Close-up of my mother with white tears streaming down her face
Artwork title

Héxis

Artist name Claudia Fuggetti
Artwork Description:

Héxis, Copyright © Claudia Fuggetti, 2021 @lafugg on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Close-up of a face
Artwork title

Just a kiss

Artist name Leopold Frechow
Artwork Description:

Taken at home during lockdown period in South-Africa, expressing the conflicting feelings and restriction the global pandemic has evoked not only in myself and my wife but by everyone in the world. @leopoldfrechowphotography on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Portrait of couple during Covid-19 pandemic
Artwork title

05.11.2020 12.05

Artist name Lucy Veale
Artwork Description:

Both works were created in lockdown, I am used to seeing my Gramps everyday and suddenly due to covid restrictions that was taken away. Using screens to symbolise the physical barrier put in place through lockdown and my every growing fear of losing him. It is all very time based, emphasising the fear of time passing and me losing crucial minutes with him, he means the world to me and by using photography I am able to freeze those precious moments, preserving him and keeping those minutes forever. Using hands to symbolise connection, strength and reaching out to those we love, hoping to connect to a wider audience of us all missing our loved ones. @lucyvealephoto on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Light blue background with an elderly male stood behind a frosted perspecs screen with hand against it, soft focus and females hand reaching out to to him and connecting.
Artwork title

05.11.2020 11.14

Artist name Lucy Veale
Artwork Description:

Both works were created in lockdown, I am used to seeing my Gramps everyday and suddenly due to covid restrictions that was taken away. Using screens to symbolise the physical barrier put in place through lockdown and my every growing fear of losing him. It is all very time based, emphasising the fear of time passing and me losing crucial minutes with him, he means the world to me and by using photography I am able to freeze those precious moments, preserving him and keeping those minutes forever. Using hands to symbolise connection, strength and reaching out to those we love, hoping to connect to a wider audience of us all missing our loved ones. @lucyvealephoto on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Light blue, cold image. Documenting elderly male, close up portrait of head and shoulders with eyes closed and soft focus, blurred lines and fading away.
Artwork title

Temporal structures, human forms

Artist name Marnie Selby
Artwork Description:

A digital montage generating a material disruption that encapsulates the potential of the human body as a constructed, deconstructed and reconstructed form of matter. Presented as an abstract form and geometric system, the body can be understood as both a site for theoretical discourse and the vessel from within which we experience ourselves and the surrounding world in which we reside. The 'Throwness' of our existence into the structures of our time. @marnieselbyart on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The form is centrally positioned within a white background. It comprises of fragments of representational imagery embedded within white negative space. The voids are delineated by grey lines that are evocative of pencil marks or string. The representational elements of the composition depict the head, arm and torso of a young male youth in a constricted pose with an averted, downward gaze. The colour palette of pastel pinks, greens and flesh tones generate a painterly effect evoking floral elements or chintz fabrics. The form in its entirety resembles a fractured, open flower.
Artwork title

Duty

Artist name Martin San Diego
Artwork Description:

JV Besa, 27, second year Internal Medicine resident at the Philippine General Hospital enters the COVID-19 wards, where he'll be stationed from 6:00am to 2:00pm, on Friday, April 10. @martinsandiego on Instagram @martinsandiego on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Philippine General Hospital in Manila under the COVID-19 pandemic
Artwork title

Cleanliness, Vigilance and Mental Health

Artist name Matteo Delred
Artwork Description:

An invisible illness exposed us to a heightened sense of vigilance and cleanliness, but also being quarantined in the house for long periods of time to 'survive'. @MatteoDelred on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A reflection of houses on mottled metal, with remainders of the marks of glue, paper and stickers on the surface. It looks as if the houses are dissolving. Some walls are white, some are peach coloured, with terracotta roofs and window frames.
Artwork title

Mask-Wielding Public |

Artist name Matteo Delred
Artwork Description:

The cities lie dormant in their emptiness. They wait patiently for the return of their mask-wielding public, and the noise escaping from their home-dwelling isolation. @MatteoDelred on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A reflection of a window that appears like curtains. It is a black and white view of a street. You can see Spanish style residences, balconies and cars. A masked woman is walking forwards. Apart from her the streets are empty of people.
Artwork title

You were never here!' East German Passport

Artist name Nikee Brooklyn
Artwork Description:

Nikee took expired passports from countries that no longer exist and tried to reflect on the passport photo, using it to find a way to tell the passport owner's personal story. The East German Passport was issued at a time when the Berlin Wall separated East From West. I tried to capture the feeling that the owner's identity might be. The East were adamant that they would not be democratic like the west, and seized control of the peoples freedom. The East German passport reflects the lack of identity that the east were willing to give to individuals leaving the passport photograph as nothing but a wall. This gentleman had no identity, no control over his way of life and no voice to speak with. @nikee_brooklyn on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Nikee's ongoing project, You were never here! reflects on individualism and how important individuality in any form is important to the people.Nikee took expired passports from countries that no longer exist and tried to reflect on the passport photo, using it to find a way to tell the passport owner's personal story. The East German Passport was issued at a time when the Berlin Wall separated East From West. I tried to capture the feeling of 'no control' over the owner's identity as the East were adamant that they would not be democratic like the west, and seized control of freedom from all of its people. The East German passport reflects the lack of identity that the east were willing to give and this is why the passport photograph is nothing but a wall. This gentleman had no identity, no control over his way of life and no voice to speak with. 
The use of colours was important as Nikee wanted to show a coldness to the image, a feeling of being frozen out.The blue passport can be seen laying on top of a crumbled wall which borders around it. The wall is intended to be the Eastern Side of the Berlin Wall, plain and crumbling. The passport photo is not there, the occupant has been hidden by rocks, there to hold him back from the democrats. With the lack of warmth, a face to recognise and  crumbling stone depicts the loss of nationality.
Artwork title

I Saved a Bird, but it Lost a Feather, 2020.

Artist name Ryley Clarke
Artwork Description:

I Saved a Bird, but it Lost a Feather, 2020. @ryleyclarke on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A hand holding a lost feather.
Artwork title

Stop, Go!

Artist name Suridh Das-Hassan
Artwork Description:

Stuck in quarantine. I wanted to literally go out and touch the sky but confinement showed me having an easy life is difficult. @shazdirector on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Black and white, split screen of an open palm hand reaching up and out on a sunny day.
Artwork title

The 1975, Laneway Festival, 2020.

Artist name Ryley Clarke
Artwork Description:

The 1975, Laneway Festival, 2020. @ryleyclarke on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Matt Healy of The 1975 performing live.
Artwork title

In the room

Artist name Sergey Nazarov
Artwork Description:

A portrait of Katya, in a small room that she rented during the quarantine. Previously, there was a hotel here, but after the law banning hotels in residential buildings, the owner of the premises began to rent out hotel rooms for a long time. The time of the pandemic is the time of movement restrictions. People are faced with a rethinking of the perception of the house. Temporary housing for many suddenly turned into a shelter. @snazarovphoto on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Portrait of a girl in a small room. Quarantine. Hotel room. Pandemic. Restrictions on movement. Perception of the house. Temporary housing. Shelter. Loneliness.
Artwork title

Co-travelers

Artist name Yulia Skogoreva
Artwork Description:

Towako isolating in her car with a parrot and Venus bust during the lock-down @yuliasko.ph on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A girl who lives in a car with her bird and a Venus bust
Artwork title

Mother and son

Artist name Ioan Maga
Artwork Description:

Made while playing around the house Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Lockdown at home
Artwork title

The Waiting Room

Artist name Nieves Mingueza
Artwork Description:

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The Waiting Room
Artwork title

Tom and Genna

Artist name Aaron Hammond Duncan
Artwork Description:

Tom and Genna live in Fleet, a small town in the South East of England. Having met each other at college but moving to different universities, both had different experiences of isolation. Returning to Fleet during the second national lockdown, as universities began to close, they started to date. With this portrait, I wanted to celebrate the strength of our nation during the past year. For me, Tom and Genna represent the endurance of intimacy and connection to the exterior world that the isolation of the past year has attempted to cut off. @aaronhd_ on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Full body portrait of two young students embracing.
Artwork title

The Book of Ruth

Artist name Allie Crewe
Artwork Description:

I Am...when a person leaves a violent or controlling relationship they have often lost their core identity. I Am is an opportunity to transform, to witness a new identity emerging and a new journey begun. In partnership with SafeLives whose patron is the Duchess of Cornwall, these portraits, shot on film, will help to transform the narratives of domestic violence. Stop asking, "why didn't they leave. Ask why the perpetrator did not stop." @allie_crewe on Instagram @alliecrewephoto on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Black woman seated domestic abuse abuse within the church
Artwork title

The Joy Is Not In The Journey

Artist name Bart Seng Wen Long
Artwork Description:

Have you tried wearing latex clothing before? What sort of compulsive desire compels someone to undertake such an arduous mission of putting on latex? Is the final stage of being completely encased and snug under latex really worth the pains? But of course, it doesn't end there - one has to take their skintight latex outfit off too, and one will struggle then too. Can we really imagine Sisyphus to ever be happy if he was in a similar circumstance? @antibart on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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In a digital collage made to resemble a contact sheet, a young South East Asian man is pictured in a series of snapshots approaching a latex suit, then struggling to wear it, the centerpiece of the collage depicts him posing triumphantly in the suit with his back facing the camera and hands on his hips, and then the rest of the subsequent images show him struggling to remove the suit. The last image shows the suit laying in a heap and is artificially spotlighted in the frame.
Artwork title

June, After Hujar

Artist name Bart Seng Wen Long
Artwork Description:

This is part of a series of images made during the first lockdown about online intimacies along inclusive representative lines of gender and sexuality. Here is a portrait of my friend June, a trans man, posing in a variation of Peter Hujar's chair portraitures. It was our humble attempt to expand the modern queer visual lexicon, while borrowing from an urgent visual grammar (that of the video call) which I think will come to define a generation. @antibart on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The photograph is a shot of a laptop screen where a Skype call is taking place. The caller's video feed is blanked out. In full screen, the other caller, June, an East Asian trans man, is posing for the camera. He is seated with a firm posture on a bench, in the middle of a bathroom, right leg propped up on the bench and right arm resting on that knee, while his left hand is placed on his left lap. June is staring towards the window intently, light from outside id illuminating half of his features.
Artwork title

Social distancing.

Artist name Cath Muldowney
Artwork Description:

Parks are the new pubs. @cath_muldowney_photography on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Two men sit 2 metres apart on a bench in woodland.
Artwork title

Lockdown

Artist name Cath Muldowney
Artwork Description:

When not going out was still a novelty. @cath_muldowney_photography on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A man reads Covid-19 headlines in a newspaper, which covers his face.
Artwork title

Distorted memories

Artist name Christian Velcich
Artwork Description:

Distorted memories is part of my project: "Fractioning space into separate places". The project is an introspective journey through the year of covid-19 through reflections on how our lives have changed. This artwork was born by exploring my personal archive. Images of moments of past travels and different encounters with other people, whose memories became more and more distant in my mind during the quarantine. @christian_velcich on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Pre-covid archive images, collages of photographs distorted in their vision.
Artwork title

I miss my friends and my school'

Artist name Clair Robins
Artwork Description:

Not attending school during the height of the pandemic was incredibly challenging for everyone. But in mid-June 2020, it really hit us all very hard, the endless days of being at home. Not just the gaps starting to form by the lack of consistent ‘home education’ but the emotional cracks on my daughter started to show. Polly was starting to really miss her best friends. She the needed the playground banter, the hugs, and the social and physical aspects that school life offers. @clairscollections on Instagram @Robins_clair on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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I miss my friends and my school' - This is a diptych, which is two photographic images. The image on the left is a portrait of a young girl, starring sadly though a window, there are reflections on the window of trees, she looks trapped. The other image on the right is a note that is handwritten and says  "I miss my friends and my school, the young girl wrote the note.
Artwork title

Why?'

Artist name Clair Robins
Artwork Description:

During the pandemic, the ‘stay at home’ novelty wore off for my eldest daughter after a few weeks. The lack of routine was fun, but she missed the social interaction that school offered. Emotionally she was fine, but some days she seemed more distant than others, I was paying less attention to her as I was working from home and felt pretty on edge myself. I did like how she filled her time with crafts, creative activities, doodles and completed meaningless tasks to fill the time, it was good to see alternative imaginative moments away from screen time. This was a message she wrote about her frustrations and anxiety to the ‘evil’ virus. The notebook was accidently left out in the garden during heavy rain one day in June 2020, we can’t really remember what she wrote. @clairscollections on Instagram @Robins_clair on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Why?' Is a diptych ( two images placed together, next to each other), the image on the left is a close up, of a girl’s face about ten years old, photographed in bright sunshine, she has her eyes shut and hand over her brow. The image to the right is of a piece of paper / page ripped from a notebook, with words on it, the text have been washed away by the rain. You cannot read the words, as they have been smudged by the water droplets.
Artwork title

Ibrox, Glasgow. March, 2020.

Artist name Gideon Vass
Artwork Description:

This photograph is from a project titled That year by the river. Made between January 2020 and December 2020, That year by the river drifts through Glasgow observing moments of everyday life during this historical year. Beginning two months before the pandemic hit Scotland, this work experienced the monumental transition in public life, yet the introduction of face masks and social restrictions are not explicitly visible. Instead, these photographs focus on the subtle changes to public psychology; reflecting a heightened awareness of time, light and movement amidst a new normal. @gideonvass on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A silhouette of a man's head and shoulders through the frosted glass of a bus shelter. The strong midday sun reflecting off his head and through the glass is creating vibrant hues of blue, pink and orange.
Artwork title

Berlin Lockdown

Artist name Hermann Bredehorst
Artwork Description:

April 05, 2020 - Berlin, Germany: A woman runs on the abandoned Kantstrasse Budapester Strasse crossing in the heart of West Berlin. This crossing was one of the busiest crossings in town before the shutdown. The coronavirus pandemic has hit Germany hard, with more than 100,000 people infected, but the percentage of fatal cases has been remarkably low compared to many neighboring countries. @hermannbredehorst on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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empty street crossings during lockdown
Artwork title

Berlin Lockdown

Artist name Hermann Bredehorst
Artwork Description:

April 05, 2020 - Berlin, Germany: A man wears a mask on Alexander Platz. This crossing counted about a 100000 cars per day before the shutdown. On top of the high riser in the background artists had mounted a sign that reads: Allesandersplatz. (A play of words which reads: everything different place). The coronavirus pandemic has hit Germany hard, with more than 100,000 people infected, but the percentage of fatal cases has been remarkably low compared to many neighboring countries. @hermannbredehorst on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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empty street crossings during lockdown
Artwork title

IRL (in real life)

Artist name Jason Hamilton
Artwork Description:

What is left on the curatorial floor of your social media account? @jayham.journal on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Full body portrait shot of man sitting on floor in kitchen with head in knees surrounded by rubbish built up from takeaway and drink cans
Artwork title

workless

Artist name Jordie Hennigar
Artwork Description:

This was taken at a remote lodge, only accessible by boat or plane -- where I spent my isolation for the first 30 days. I brought up a few items in hope to create with the few people in isolation with me. this here depicts what we all felt once, our daily purposes were taking away from us, and forced to find a greater purpose then what we had been told our whole lives. @jordiehennigar on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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woman floating in a lake, fully clothed
Artwork title

No Justice, No Peace

Artist name Kasia Trojak
Artwork Description:

A man raises his fist in front of police cars at a Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles @kasia.trojak on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A man raises his fist in front of police cars at a BLM protest in Los Angeles
Artwork title

From the project Pandemic Diary

Artist name Lars Arned
Artwork Description:

Hesitate to go out @lars_arned on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Figure in bedroom in front of window seen in a mirror. Birch seen trough a misty window
Artwork title

Borrowed Memory 3

Artist name LUDMILA DIAZ LUNA
Artwork Description:

Between vestiges @lud.luna on Instagram @ludbathory on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Intervention of landscape with a vintage card
Artwork title

Black lives matter protesters

Artist name Mark Griffiths
Artwork Description:

Black lives matter protesters are photographed during the pandemic at the beginning of spring 2020 at Bute Park in Cardiff. The protest was held after the murder of George Floyd and as a response to police brutality across the world against people from varying ethnic backgrounds. Thousands of people turned up to support the movement. The individuals in the shot are unknown. @markgriffphoto on Instagram @markgriffphoto on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Black lives matter protesters
Artwork title

History repeating

Artist name Miro Kuzmanovic
Artwork Description:

A Couple is separated by a police barrier tape at the green border between the western Austrian town of Lustenau and Au in Switzerland during the first COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. @mirokuzmanovicphoto on Instagram @MiroKuzmanovic on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The international border that runs between the western Austrian town of Lustenau and Au in Switzerland had its eventful history in 1938 when thousands of Jewish refugees tried to illegally escape the horrors of the nazis. On March 16 the Austrian government adopted the COVID-19 Act with serval regulations to stop the spread of the coronavirus. To prevent physical contact, officials erected the first one fence, and within days a second one at the green border, with a gap of several meters in between. At this 50 m border stretch, where before they moved freely between the municipalities, Families, Friends, Couples divided by the COVID-19 pandemic, started to see each other daily. These are some of the fifty Portraits I made during the first lockdown.
Artwork title

Untitled

Artist name Nikita Korchunov
Artwork Description:

From the 'Soma' series created in collaboration with Amelia Zadro @nikita.korchunov on Instagram @NKorchunov on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Close-up of a rounded back
Artwork title

Practice

Artist name Pamela Hanlan
Artwork Description:

During the pandemic I moved to rural West Virginia to be with my partner and near friends and to try to stay safe. In the following year we transformed the old wood shop into a studio. It was finished in February 2021 and I went to work learning. This portrait was taken my first week in the studio and was part of my practice with light. I am the model because I was the only one available at that time and for some time after. I had a lot to learn and I didn't want to subject others to "let's try that again". This is me, this is practice, this is learning and accomplishment. Although the gaze may say different, this is joy. @nonnie9975 on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Shadowed Self-portrait with flowers and flowered background in sepia tones.
Artwork title

Window Hearts

Artist name Patricia Krivanek
Artwork Description:

Kai draws hearts on the shower glass during a prolonged lockdown in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Long slow days conjure a mixture of boredom and mindfulness, reminiscent to the days with a newborn. Documenting these moments may one day evoke nostalgia in the same way. @patriciakrivanekphoto on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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boy drawing on shower glass
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Andrew, 2020

Artist name Ryan Kevin
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Portrait of Andrew - I encased the instant film in a plastic bag, filled it with liquid, and photo scanned. @ryankevin on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A ziplock bag which contains a fujifilm instax mini print of a man, in a white button shirt with his hands held behind his back. inside the bag is gooey liquid.
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END SARS Protest

Artist name Samira Saidi
Artwork Description:

People from the Diaspora came together, in the inner city of Vienna to show their support in the fight against SARS in Nigeria. END SARS is a social movement and series of mass protests in Nigeria against police brutality. The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) a unit of the Nigerian police with a long record of abusing their powers is being called to be dismantled by the Nigerian citizens. @samira.said.i on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A portrait of a Black man dressed in a black turtleneck and black leather jacket in a crowd of protesters. He is wearing a black beret and a blue surgical mask is covering his mouth. His left arm is raised in the air and signs the "black power" fist. The right hand is holding the corner of a protest sign printed on white fabric, at the height of his chest. Behind him, above his head, is a protest sign saying " END SARS NOW " in black ink. A dripping red handprint, representing a bloody hand, is covering most of the sign's background.
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Window to the Sea

Artist name Silvia De Giorgi
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From the series Places of Passage. A poetic reflection on solitude and the passage of time, induced by an extended period of self-isolation. @silvia.de.giorgi on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A black and white photograph of an open window with the sea behind it.
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149th & Broadway

Artist name Daniel Aros-Aguilar
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Joyful celebration amongst neighbors in the streets of Harlem as Joe Biden wins the Presidential election. Defeating Donald Trump. @senoraros on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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This photograph was taken on Saturday, November 7th 2020. Just moments after Joe Biden was declared 46th President of the United States, removing former President Trump from office. After waiting days for confirmation, the neighborhood in its entirety came out to celebrate together. As civilians blocked the streets to drink, dance and rejoice together as a community, I documented this moment from my window.
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Dreaming the North

Artist name Silvia De Giorgi
Artwork Description:

From the series Places of Passage. A poetic reflection on solitude and the passage of time, induced by an extended period of self-isolation. @silvia.de.giorgi on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Two black and white photographs of two hands reaching out of the dark and touching a cave wall.
Artwork title

Communion

Artist name Susana de Dios
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I grew up by this beach. It brings memories of childhood, of laughter and happiness. This is also where my father's ashes are scattered. Now that I live far away, I hold communion with this sea every time I visit. “Those who live by the sea can hardly form a single thought of which the sea would not be part.” – Hermann Broch. @susdedios on Instagram @susdedios on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Children playing on the rocks on a sandy beach in northern Spain.
Artwork title

Paco and the Pink Bougainvillea

Artist name Vikram Kushwah
Artwork Description:

Last year, during the brief window between lockdowns, we were walking down a quiet street on a sunny autumnal morning in Vejer (Southern Spain), when I saw a beautiful old man in the company of himself, under a pink bougainvillea vine. I knew I had to stop to say hello. He was overjoyed. We had a lovely chat. I feel that the global situation has been particularly hard on old people. The pandemic has added an extra layer of isolation on them, who even under normal circumstances are cast aside after their working lives are over. This was a beautiful encounter which I will never forget. One year on, I'm leaving again for Spain soon, with a print of Paco's portrait, in the hope that I will meet him again outside his little house in the hilly town of Vejer. @vikramkushwah on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Portrait of old man under pink flowers
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First, the language.

Artist name Greta Stella
Artwork Description:

Vanessa is native girl who lives in the Mi'kmaq First Nation Listuguj, in the province of Quebec. She's part of a group of people who are attending Mi'kmaq classes, in order to take back their traditions, starting with their language. @gretastella_ on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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VANESSA IS NATIVE GIRL WHO LIVES IN THE MI'KMAQ FIRST NATION LISTUGUJ, IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. SHE'S PART OF A GROUP OF PEOPLE WHO ARE ATTENDING MI'KMAQ CLASSES, IN ORDER TO TAKE BACK THEIR TRADITIONS, STARTING WITH THEIR LANGUAGE.
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Maternity ward, Royal free Hospital

Artist name Hannah Maule-Ffinch
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*Nadia and her new baby talk to the nurse on the maternity ward. Giving brith during lockdown saw many challenges. Many pregnant women stayed away from hospital for as long as possible. Fearing the infection, they came as late as they dare and check out as fast as they could, often giving birth at home. Staff over stretched and having to cope with the hot claustrophobic PPE. Partners had very limiting visiting times, mothers had to cope alone. Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Maternity ward, Royal free Hospital
Artwork title

The Ghost of Umm al Quwain

Artist name Patrick M Lichty
Artwork Description:

From "Confinement Spaces", 2020-ongoing Print/NFT, variable. @patlichty_art on Instagram @patlichty on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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photogrammetry, Lord of war Movie Plane, Umm al Quwain
Artwork title

WE ARE THE EYE

Artist name René Habermacher
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WE ARE THE EYE, 2019 By René Habermacher, Lynsey Peisinger and Antoine Asseraf. “We Are The Eye” Is a collective performance created during the first lockdown in which participants film themselves in place of their confinement following audio instructions reminiscent of a photo shoot. The 26 participants are unified by a voice and a purpose. Each performance is an individual response in a remote dialogue brought together in one edit using a continuous timeline. The project was created by choreographer/performer Lynsey Peisinger and photographer René Habermacher, and produced in collaboration with The Stimuleye and director Antoine Asseraf with the participation of: Thanassis Petroyiannis "A Man To Pet", Ola Rudnicka, Genna McAllister, Mads Bittman, Suzi de Givenchy, Tsanana, Jade Tong Cuong, Agathe Rousselle, Matthew Moorman, Adam Ringstedt, Aurelia Ammour, Felicia Szekely, Laure Bouys, Ippei Hosaka, Konstantinos Ntakas "HOPE", Sofia Jonsson, Miles Greenberg, Zina Desipris, Johnathan Ellison, Panos Kokkinis, Gregoire Dyer, Adam Shevelle, Cristina Rodlo, isaac Espinoza Hidrobo @renehabermacher on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

FILM OF 26 INDIVIDUALS PERFORMING SIMULTANEOUSLY WHILE IN COVID19 ISOLATION

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