Dominique Catton is an international photographer and multimedia artist who lives between Central Africa and France. Since 2012 she has been living in various West and Central African countries, working freelance for International Organisations and NGOs and publishing in major publications. Her work focuses on the story of mothers, fathers and children affected by political, social or humanitarian crises.
Nadia Shira CohenDominique Catton +May 07, 2020
In Italy, the pandemic has been spreading since the end of January, quickly becoming the second-largest outbreak in the world, and the country was the first in ...
Marjolein MartinotDominique Catton +March 17, 2020
Marjolein Martinot (@marjolein.martinot) is a Dutch self-taught photographer, based in France. Her photography is personal and poetic, while striving to remain ...
Stacy Arezou MehrfarDominique Catton +January 04, 2020
The Moon belongs to Everyone is a meditation on the contemporary experience of migration. Growing up a first-generation Iranian-American, Stacy Arezou Mehrfar (...
Liliana Merizalde GonzalezDominique Catton +November 11, 2019
Inner Disruptions is a story of redemption and transformation. Five indigenous women from different communities and ethnic groups of Vaupés, in the Colombian a...
Ana Arévalo GosenDominique Catton +October 06, 2019
Due to the closure of penitentiaries and overcrowding in Venezuelan prisons, transitory centers for detention are functioning as an alternative prison system. V...
Lorena VelascoDominique Catton +August 17, 2019
Lorena Velasco is a Colombian documentary photographer. Her work is known for being introspective and symbolic, exploring cultural identity and familiar topics....
Sarah PabstDominique Catton +July 26, 2019
Award winning German documentary photographer Sarah Pabst, has been based in Buenos Aires, Argentina since 2013....
Viviana PerettiDominique Catton +April 25, 2019
Viviana Peretti is an Italian photographer based between Bogota and New York where she graduated in documentary photography and photojournalism from the Interna...