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Candy Lopesino Sabin

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Candy Lopesino Sabin’s series “The Iberians” has been selected as Honorable Mention by Marco Savarese and as one of the finalists in the 2022 Eyeshot Open Call series category.

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“The Iberians”

The Iberian Peninsula, a geographical region encompassing Spain and Portugal, presents an intriguing study of two countries that are physically connected yet seemingly divided by an invisible border.

In “The Iberians,” photographer Candy Lopesino Sabin embarks on a visual odyssey, documenting the artist’s travels through this rich and diverse landscape. The series serves as a visual sketchbook, capturing the essence of the Iberian Peninsula as experienced through the lens of an observant wanderer.

By exploring concepts such as territory, border, light, memory, and identity, Lopesino Sabin delves into the heart of Iberia, seeking to understand its people and culture through the eyes of an outsider.


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Borders, Memory, and Identity

As Fernando Pessoa said, Portugal and Spain may be separate nations, but their shared border unites them, allowing them to be almost one in spirit due to their proximity.

In “The Iberians,” Lopesino Sabin invites viewers on a journey of rediscovery, unearthing the commonalities that bind these two countries together in a shared geographical space.

Through a series of incredible shots, the photographer reveals the unique places, people, and cultural realities that define the Iberian Peninsula. This exploration serves as a testament to the human condition and the ways in which our experiences are shaped by the lands we inhabit.

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Open Call Minumal

Eyeshot Magazine #10 | Open Call Edition

This is the tenth issue of Eyeshot Magazine always in limited edition of 500 copies, showcasing the thoughtful and creative photographs of the 70 talented photographers who have been selected as the winners, jurors’ picks and finalists of the Eyeshot Open Call 2022. The artworks were chosen from over 6000 photographssubmitted from more than 100 different countries, making this a truly global showcase of street and documentary photography.

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The Photographer

The artist’s photography strives to create works of art through photography and documentary cinema, devoid of any additives or artifice. With a deep-rooted belief that nothing is more interesting than reality itself, the photographer’s work focuses on the knowledge of specific territories encompassing the core meaning of her projects.

For Candy Lopesino Sabin, photography serves as a means for the artist to discover the world around them, to understand themselves better, and to express their innermost thoughts and emotions. Through their work, the photographer is able to seamlessly unite two of their greatest passions: photography and traveling.

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Eyeshot Open Call 2022: Showcasing Global Talents

The 2022 Eyeshot Open Call saw the submission of over 6.000 photographs by incredibly talented photographers from over 100 different countries. With the participation on an extraordinary jury composed of Marco Savarese, founder and editor-in-chief of Eyeshot, Magnum photographers such as Trent Parke and Emin Özmen, leading representatives of street and documentary photography scene – Vineet Vohra, Siegfried Hansen, Koci Hernandez , Mark Abramson and Isadora Kosofsky – and winners of the World Press Photo Award – Narelle Autio and Kitra Cahana – these artworks were selected for their visual storytelling, creativity, and style in conveying their unique observations of contemporary reality.

Street and documentary photography feel the urgency to elevate the streets of the world into theaters without requiring humans to perform. In front of each of these images, you can mirror yourself. Or you can also just look at them.

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