SOPHIE BARBASCH. TRAINING TO BE A GIRL

by Steve Bisson

«And the thing that came to mind was driving home at night along the Hudson River past the George Washington bridge towards my childhood home.»

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United States
30.09.2016

JULIE VAN DER VAART. SKIN

by Dieter Debruyne

«I love working intuitively, which means puzzling with what I have, noticing a link and then taking new images that complete the work for me.»

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The Netherlands
26.09.2016

CEMRE YEŞIL. FOR BIRDS' SAKE

by Steve Bisson

«Never forget that the essential is invisible to the eye. If you try enough, you might have a little chance to understand the essential through the eye of the camera.»

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Turkey
25.09.2016

ISIDRO RAMÍREZ. JAKARTA'S MODEST INTERVENTIONS AND MINOR IMPROVISATIONS

by Steve Bisson

«Photography separates what is unimportant or irrelevant from what is pertinent and poignant.»

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Spain
12.09.2016

JESSICA AUER. SAGAS

by David Pollock

«I enjoy the quest of finding an image rather than crafting it afterwards.»

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Canada
08.09.2016

A DAY AT PALAZZO MORA

by Steve Bisson

«I’m not a photographer. I shoot for architecture—if there’s art here it’s a by-product.»

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Italy
01.09.2016

IMRICH VEBER. SOMETHING IS MISSING

by Polina Shubkina

«Not all the people, who can write, consider themselves writers. But almost everyone who takes pictures considers themselves photographers.»

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Czech Republic
29.08.2016

RUBI LEBOVITCH. HOME SWEET HOME

by Irith Gubi

«Many times weird scenes I spot on the street become the inspiration for my photos and I transform the outdoor scene into an indoor scene.»

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Israel
09.08.2016

KA-MAN TSE: ON BEING SEEN, QUEERING TIME AND TAKING UP SPACES

by Sheung Yiu

«Is not just about LGBTQ issues, it’s about any sense of identity, in the workplace, in the public or in certain social situation where you have to turn something off, or muted, or act a certain way.»

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China
08.08.2016

FEDERICO CLAVARINO

by Laura Van Severen

«Photographs have a very special relation with memory: they change it, shape it, distort it, make us less capable of remembrance. In our mind the past keeps alive in a different way.»

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Italy
25.07.2016

NOAH ADDIS. FUTURE CITIES

by Steve Bisson

« Informal communities may seem like very chaotic places, but they’re actually quite organized and I find them particularly interesting since they grow almost organically to suit the needs of the people who live there.»

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United States
24.07.2016

MARINA REINA. INSTINCT TO LEARN

by Laura Van Severen

«My relationship is intense and strong, in some cases it extends beyond the photographic act and happens to last over time. I usually photograph that what generates doubts and what intrigues me or seems unfair.»

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Spain
22.07.2016

RODRIGO ORRANTIA. A WORLD EXISTED BEFORE YOU

by Klaus Fruchtnis

«One of the things I love the most about photography is the fact you can never place it in a box. It will always jump out. I love the sheer enjoyment of the photographic image, the allure of its muteness and mystery.»

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United Kingdom
20.07.2016

LANDSCAPE: FROM NATURAL TO KITSCH. THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF MARINOS TSAGKARAKIS

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«The tourist industry has drastically intruded the land, transforming it into a product while causing several effects with a severe socio-cultural character.»

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Greece
18.07.2016

KLAUS PICHLER. SMELLY, DIRTY, EVENTUALLY DANGEROUS

by Bärbel Praun

«The book is about a dying generation of Austrian dive bars – a so-called Viennese 'institution' which has shaped the face of the city for centuries and is now about to disappear to a major extend.»

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Austria
14.07.2016

SIMONE SAPIENZA. CHARLIE SURFS ON LOTUS FLOWERS

by Sheung Yiu

«I'd like to engage more the viewer into my pictures - let him questioning the picture, its content, even myself and himself too.»

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Italy
12.07.2016

FREYA NAJADE. JAZORINA

by Steve Bisson

«I capture the transformation of the coal and energy center of the former German Democratic Republic into Europe’s largest man-made lake district and a holiday destination.»

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Germany
11.07.2016

AFTER MORANDI

by Gary Green

Urbanautica Collections #4 «The result of an artistic pilgrimage to the home and studio of the Italian painter Giorgio Morandi.»

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United States
01.07.2016

AFTER MORANDI. A BOOK BY GARY GREEN

by Steve Bisson

«I give my advanced students an assignment that prompts visual conversations with photographers they connect to in one way or another. Maybe I was subconsciously doing my own assignment!»

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United States
01.07.2016

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
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