Photography

A boy amongst men

By Petros Aronis The bones of small children hurt inside their feet, inside their arms, inside their chest as they grow taller and bigger. This series is the physical reconstruction of the aching inside the growing body of a child refusing to become an adult. The series is based on the idea of what it means […]

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Queer Trans Nonbinary

By Abbey Sacks Abbey Sacks is a queer filmmaker, photographer and artist currently living in LA. Her work focuses around themes of feminism, underrepresented voices and vulnerability. “Over the past few months, I’ve been working on a photo and video series featuring queer/trans/nonbinary people. I want to capture my subjects in ways that feel authentic […]

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SAUVAGE

By Katlijn Blanchaert “Exposing your dark side doesn’t frighten me, hiding it does.” Wandering through life with an overwhelming inner turmoil and unstopable curiosity, the beneath- the- surface- mood takes a central place in the explorations of nature’s dark side and personal obsessions. Delving down into the subconscious, beyond the daily context, with an affinity […]

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Zerkalou

Brian Lau (under the pseudonuym Zerkalou) is a 20 year old editorial and fine art photographer based in Seattle, WA. Brian Lau is passionate about cinema and story telling, particularly that of a visual experience and expression. His work captures the banality of life in his most pure sense, being influenced by Lauren Withrow, William […]

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Wolf or Lamb?

By Naara Bahler Wolf or Lamb? Both “Wolf or lamb is a series of self-portraits, taken in October 2016 in the Valisian Alps. During 2015 I visit the same place for a few days to my father who works a season as a shepherd, due to the great problem that the wolves cause with attacks towards […]

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Chavs

By Sophia Papachristou Photography by Sophia Papachristou Styling and Directing Callikrati Vuyuk Featuring Inge & Callikrati

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Castles in the Sky

By Griselda Duch Griselda Duch is a 29 year-old photographer currently living and working in Barcelona. With a background in Arts & Culture, which allowed her to expand her concerns on photography; she creates imagery mainly focused across the genres of still life, landscape, urban and architectural photography. “Castles in the Sky” Is there a way […]

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Martin Sabino

Do a painting and a hook up have anything in common? Actually, they do. They could either be the inspiration for one of Martin Sabino’s emotionally and visually loaded pieces. Starting out with his mother’s camera, he can now not see himself being anything but a photographer and looking at his work we are more […]

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CLOSENESS

Krystian Lipiec in his new series “Closeness” draws inspiration from Caravaggio’s Baroque paintings. The parallel between the two is specifically observable in dramatic contrasts between lighter and darker parts of an image. The characters’ expression in “Closeness” denote the artist’s take on emotional realism  – they seem to be caught in an intimate moment,  their […]

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Adam Spiegelman

Adam Spiegelman is a New York based artist whose work focuses on the effects of isolation, loneliness, and fear within contemporary urban landscapes. His work is largely confessional in nature, and implicates his experiences with trauma, mental illness, and addiction. How did you get interested in photography in the first place? I first became interested […]

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