URBANAUTICA AND L'ARTIERE BOOKSHOP AT RENCONTRES D'ARLES

by Steve Bisson

«The new book 'After Morandi' by Gary Green and a preview installation of the work 'Landscape Materials' by Edoardo Hahn.»

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France
29.06.2016

ELSA LEYDIER. LA COULEUR DE LA BAIE DE RIO

by Dieter Debruyne

«I had to build up a new image of Brazil, made with so many other realities and experiences, so many other ways of seeing the place.»

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Brazil
29.06.2016

DUŠAN KOCHOL. WALTER EGO JOURNALS

by Polina Shubkina

«I use my work as some form of art therapy, the way to deal with my own mental development. The human mind and the psychological processes within are the most intriguing phenomenon.»

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Slovakia
23.06.2016

KEVIN LEE. SUDDENLY THE GRASS BECAME GREENER

by Sheung Yiu

«Green is the colour of the gardener’s dream that we all labour to realise, and it is omnipresent.»

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Singapore
22.06.2016

ELISABETH IDA. TO BEAR INTELLECTUAL RESPONSABILITY

by Laura Lee Bral

«Photography can be used to denigrate people or a culture, to present things and people as exotic in terms of “us” and “them”, by showing “otherness”. I am truly against it and therefore I strive to make anti-exotic images.»

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Belgium
20.06.2016

DAVE JORDANO. NOCTURNE

by Steve Bisson

«I've concentrated mainly on those establishments whose owners have committed themselves to their neighborhoods, some of them going back decades, bucking the system by surviving through economic decline, depopulation, and crime.»

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United States
08.06.2016

FRANCOIS RONSIAUX. UNITED LAND

by Klaus Fruchtnis

«United Land is a global photography and visual arts project that explores the notion of territoriality and men’s psychoses when confronted with the possible disappearance of his vital space»

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France
06.06.2016

JOHN LUSIS. CONCENTRATING ON STRUCTURES

by Thieu Riemen

«I try to create photographs that respond to the constant churning and upheaval present within the built environment and the anxiety felt within.»

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United States
31.05.2016

STORIES BUILDINGS TELL. ZOE HATZIYANNAKI

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«My effort is to realize space as an incessant flow of production of relations and thus abandon restraints of fixed categorisations and exclusions.»

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Greece
24.05.2016

BREDA PHOTO'S STUDENTS

by Dieter Debruyne

«Overall, it was a tough day to grasp every idea at once. The quality varied from poor to some exceptional gems.»

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The Netherlands
24.05.2016

LIBUSE JARCOVJAKOVA. A LONELY PATH

by Polina Shubkina

«For the most part, it was a lonely path that I was walking, and it wasn't bringing me any outstanding success. But it was my way, and I am happy I didn’t make any compromises.»

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Czech Republic
20.05.2016

THROUGH OUR EYES. PHOTOGRAPHY EDUCATION GIVES TEENS A VOICE

by Sheung Yiu

«Government officials were quick to set up an anti-suicide council. The secretary of Education Bureau proposed a HKD$5000 (around Euro550) subsidy to each school for relief programmes and soon PSA commercials were playing all over TV.»

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China
18.05.2016

JOÃO HENRIQUES. PRODUCING KNOWLEDGE

by Tiago Dias Dos Santos

«I sometimes carry a few extra kilos behind me, something I hate absolutely.»

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Portugal
16.05.2016

THE SACRIFICIAL LANDSCAPES OF FRIDGEIR HELGASON

by Peter Holliday

«From the deep fjords of the North to the shallow bayous of the South, Fridgeir’s landscapes occupy a time and space somewhere between a half-remembered past and an unwritten future where nothing is certain.»

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Iceland
06.05.2016

YAAKOV ISRAEL. LEGITIMACY OF LANDSCAPE

by Steve Bisson

«It was at a time of political escalation and I noticed that everybody was driving very fast, so busy in getting from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, not even glancing at the car stuck on the side of the road.»

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Israel
03.05.2016

TANYA ZOMMER. DAILIES

by Ksenia Belash

«I wanted to oppose the society, which I saw as trying to involve me in something that I don’t want to be part of. I thought that this pressure to conform to the established ideal of a happy family with a kid was traumatising.»

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Russia
29.04.2016

LÉO DELAFONTAINE. CONSTANTLY EVOLVING

by Tiago Dias Dos Santos

«I think every photographer has to find his own methodology. I'm not sure that's something you can learn except by yourself.»

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France
20.04.2016

DEBORAH ENGEL. THE SPACE THAT MOVES

by Luciana Benaduce

«I can say that kinetic art influences me, as well as Russian Constructivism or Rio Neoconcretism. I think it's a mixture of everything I'm consuming and digesting: art, music, cinema, literature and especially nature.»

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Brazil
18.04.2016

SÉBASTIEN CUVELIER. EUNMA TOWN

by Dieter Debruyne

«I have no clue how photography will evolve, but as for me, I just want to pursue personal projects and tell stories I care about.»

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Belgium
08.04.2016

HALANOVA LAURINC. IMMERSED IN TIME

by Polina Shubkina

«We have realized that no matter what topic we are documenting, the subject always has a particular trace of ourselves. It always turns out to be introspective without the necessity of photographing our lives.»

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Slovakia
05.04.2016
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