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By Mikhail Kachakhidze on April 04, 2007 15:20 Products And Features 0

Great news! We have a new and improved Home Page: We give greater emphasis to Promising Authors and better access for Image Buyers who can go straight to the information they need. Several new RSS feeds allow you to have instant access to your favourite sections: new pix and videos, best rated, etc... Learn more on Eyeka's "feeds page" We need your feedback about the site. Express yourself!

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Check Alex Chan's new series

By Mikhail Kachakhidze on March 14, 2007 17:49 Featured Authors 0

Maybe you remember French Democracy, and maybe you even loved it. At Eyeka, we love his work. So here is the trailer of his new series that will be available online a week before the first presidential election day. Next videos will have english subtitles. If you want to stay up to date, subscribe to the blog.

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Updates on a few features

By Mikhail Kachakhidze on March 03, 2007 15:15 Products And Features 0

We eventually launched the public website which is from now on viewable by anyone. The home-page presents our featured artists and best partners, so they can promote their videos and photos more easily. The player has a better compression, which means basically that the image's quality is much better. We are glad to present you the Voyage channel. If you enjoy shooting videos and taking pictures during your trips, don't hesistate to post it on this channel. Check it out to learn more about the submission call.

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Jeremie Roux's look on (ghost) towns

By Mikhail Kachakhidze on March 01, 2007 10:45 Call for entries 0

Jeremie's pictures look as if they were taken in some ghost towns. There is only room for metal giants and concrete colossus, nothing else. Those photographs of functionalist architecture naturally evokes The Becher and the new german generation that followed them, including Thomas Ruff, Candida Hofer and last but not least Andreas Gursky. Matthieu

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The strangers

By Mikhail Kachakhidze on February 20, 2007 15:26 Featured Authors 0

These pictures are part of an exhibition about the Sangatte emigrants, which took place in 2002. Their faces are rugged and yet they look like ghosts as they cross those empty beaches. Find more Edouard's pictures on his association's website and his blog.

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