Andrey Gordasevich

Andrey's focus is on visual stories based on documentaries, daily life and street photography. For over 10 years he has been working with black and white film, when in 2012 he turned to color and made several projects since then, including "La Habana: Portraits on the Road", "The Pushkar Scrapbook", "Crossings".

He has given lectures and seminars on photography for MAMM (Multimedia Art Museum Moscow), MGU (Moscow State University), RGGU (Russian State University for Humanities), Fujifilm Russia, Leica Akademie Russland, Canon, Panasonic, Kodak-Prolab, Academy of Classic Photography, School of Visual Arts and others.

His book "Crossings" (2014) received international awards in the IPA (International Photography Awards), MIFA (Moscow International Photo Awards), FAPA (Fine Art Photography Awards) and One Eyeland photography competitions in the categories "Book, People" and "Book, Documentary."
Nils Krauer

Nils has studied history and social science at the University of Basel (Switzerland) and the Université Panthéon-Sorbonne I (France) focusing on social conflicts and development politics. Long stays in Latin America, which included working for the Swiss Embassy in Uruguay and Peru, as well as intense studies of the local political and social life have made him an expert on this region.

As part of his research for the ethnographical study "From gold miner to millionaire," Nils shared the lives of the miners in Madre de Dios for several months. In addition, he has worked in Peru as a consultant for the Better Gold Initiative (BGI). Nils accompanied Daniel Schweizer in Peru while he was working on portraits of human rights activists for his exhibition "Faces of Human Rights Defenders and the Extractive Industry" (2013).
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