There are plenty of photo galleries on the web ranging from Huge to small. The reason I'm writing about flakphoto is the unique vision of its proprietor -- Andy Adams, a digital producer/photo editor. I like it. I also like his motive "Partnering with artists to promote their work online."
His description of the site really is more of a mission statement, "Flak Photo is an online photography channel that presents the work of artists, curators, bookmakers and photo organizations to a global audience of people who are passionate about visual culture." It surely is that.
It is what I would call a "spacious" site because it is not cramped at all. Just the opposite. For example, a simple matrix of featured photos of individual photographers on "The Collection" page makes it easy to find a style you'd like to explore further. It is on that page that you get your first taste of Andy's vision. It's one that I can identify with because all of the selected photos appealed to me.
The photographers' work I examined were more documentary rather than journalistic in nature. Less reporting, more telling.
Visually, very interesting.