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Eyeshot Magazine #5

Flora & Fauna

“Flora & Fauna” is the fifth issue of Eyeshot Magazine, published in May 2020. The Editor-in-Chief Marco Savarese throws down a challenge to five guest photographers: to talk about flora and fauna through Street Photography.

Nature and animals are undisputed protagonists in art, from Palaeolithic cave paintings to Maurizio Cattelan’s avant-garde provocations. But how can street photography, which is intrusive, frenetic and eager for contemporaneity, talk about something that lives without being aware of contemporary issues?

The lesson you learn from flora and fauna is the ability to adapt to a world that flows so fast that forgot nature is our best teacher.

© Charalampos Kydonakis
© Rammy Narula
© Ania Klosek
© Jesse Marlow
© Maciej Dakowicz
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Limited Edition

Eyeshot “Flora & Fauna” is published as a one limited-edition print run of 500 copies, limited in both quantity and quality. Since Eyeshot was founded, we made it our mission: hand-numbered and autographed publications represent the essence of our brand.

Eyeshot “Flora & Fauna” is printed on Fedrigoni X-PER paper and measures 21×27 cm when closed. In total, it has 166 pages featuring 140 Street Photographers.

Front cover by Charalampos Kydonakis. Opening text by Veronica Gabbuti.

09 Paul Kessel Eyeshot
© Paul Kessel

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Guest Photographer no.1

Charalampos Kydonakis

Charalampos Kydonakis is the first guest photographer of this edition, taking a straightforward approach to international flora and fauna.

His selection of photographers:
Aida Teimourlouie, Aleksandra Mihajlovic, Bastien Vaucher, Blake Andrews, Chema Hernández, Dimitris Mavrozoumis, Dragoș Hanciu, Eléonore Simon, Engin Güneysu, Fatih Börekçi, Frank Multari, Julia Baier, Kay von Aspern, Lambros Andrianakis, Lavinia Parlamenti, Luis Torres, Martín Molinero, Matthieu Bernard, Max Slobodda, Patrick Sagnes, Paul Kessel, Puvadol Saengvichien, Spiros Loukopoulos, Svilen Nachev, Tamas Bernath, Thanasis Karatzas, Thanos Thiriou, Youngjae Lim.

© Bastien Vaucher
15 Max Slobodda Eyeshot
© Max Slobodda
05 Spiros Loukopoulos Eyeshot
© Spiros Loukopoulos
Guest Photographer no.2

Rammy Narula

Rammy Narula wishes to address a dreamlike state in the surreal that reminds him of the one time he felt terror in front of nature.

His selection of photographers:
Adam Constantine, Aleksandra Mihajlovic, Alison Adcock, Angkul Sungthong, Dimitris Makrygiannakis, Efi Longinou, Emil Gataullin, Enrico Markus Essl, Jack Simon, Jared Iorio, Kanrapee Chokpaiboon, Kristin Van den Eede, Lukas Vasilikos, Martín Molinero, Md Enamul Kabir, Muhammad Imam Hasan, Nayeem Siddiquee, Nils Jorgensen, Noppadol Maitreechit, Riccardo Cattaneo, Roza Vulf, Sakis Dazanis, Stavros Stamatiou, Sylvain Biard, TC Lin, Tang Tawanwad Wanavit, Tetyana Bunyak, Yuro De Iuliis.

© Tetyana Bunyak
27 Muhammad Imam Hasan Eyeshot
© Muhammad Imam Hasan
23 Sylvain Biard Eyeshot
© Sylvain Biard
Guest Photographer no.3

Ania Klosek

Ania Klosek is the third guest photographer invited to take part in this issue. Although flora and fauna are not common subjects in Street Photography, she aims to prove that they are far more present than what we think.

Her selection of photographers:
Alongkot Lueadang, Gareth Bragdon, Garry Efimov, Jefri Ajie Febriansyah, Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet, Ksenia Tsykunova, Md Enamul Kabir, Michael Northrup, Nicky Hamilton, Nico Ferrara, Nicolas Portnoi, Nikita Teryoshin, Oleg, Peter Kool, Rammy Narula, Ronen Berka, Sakulchai Sikitikul, Siegfried Hansen, Silvia Alessi, Siri & John Thompson, Stavros Stamatiou, Takashi Tachi, Tetyana Bunyak, Valeriia Mezentseva, Vyacheslav Onishchenko, Yuriy Turin.

© Michael Northrup
23 Nicolas Portnoi Eyeshot
© Nicolas Portnoi
10 Silvia Alessi Eyeshot
© Silvia Alessi
Guest Photographer no.4

Jesse Marlow

Jesse Marlow believes that the unpredictability of shooting animals keeps Street Photographer focused, and he shows it through his selection.

His selection of photographers:
Blake Andrews, Dan Szpara, David Gibson, David Patrick Valera, Eléonore Simon, Graciela Magnoni, Gus Powell, Gustavo Minas, Joe Aguirre, Julia Baier, Julie Hrudova, Kate Kirkwood, Ken Walton, Marc Erpelding, Martin Kollar, Matt Stuart, Melissa O’Shaughnessy, Narelle Autio, Niall McDiarmid, Rebecca Wiltshire, Richard Baker, Sasikumar Ramachandran, Sonia Goydenko, Stephen Leslie, Ulysses Aoki, Valeria Cammareri.

© Narelle Autio
06 Julia Baier Eyeshot
© Julia Baier
01 Graciela Magnoni Eyeshot
© Graciela Magnoni
Guest n.5

Maciej Dakowicz

Lastly, Maciej Dakowicz offers the last insight into this issue’s themes. Flora and fauna surround us every day, even when we are not paying attention to them.

His selection of photographers:
Anna Biret, Anne-Marie Bernier, Annu Esko, Bryce Watanasoponwong, David Keith Brown, David Symonds, Dougie Wallace, Graciela Magnoni, Guillermo Ibanez, Inge Colijn, Linda Jerkin, Maciej Jeziorek, Mark Thomas, Martin Johansson, Mary Catherine Messner, Maude Bardet, Max Sturgeon, Nakarin Teerapenun, Nicola Miles, Puvadol Saengvichien, Sai Min Htet Oo, Thanakorn Treratanaboot, Victor M. Perez, Vineet Vohra, Will Scott, Yoon Jeong Vin.

© Annu Esko
22 Martin Johansson Eyeshot
© Martin Johansson
15 Maude Bardet Eyeshot
© Maude Bardet

Eyeshot is the first independent publisher working exclusively with street photographers from all around the world.

Our intention is to curate their work and publish it in collectible and limited edition books and magazine.
Created by street photographers, for street photographers.

© Chakrapun Senachan
© Vineet Vohra