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    In this issue of Eyeshot Magazine, the curator Marco Savarese asked the six guest photographers Kristin Van Den Eede, Alison McCauley, Dimitris Makrygiannakis, Julia Coddington, Melissa Breyer, and Melissa O’Shaughnessy, to investigate the main subject of this edition by imagining two opposed mirrors: the photographers, and their reality.
    Since the beginning of Photography, the subject of the Mirror has been explored and looked at with great interest over time. We could even say that capturing a reflection of reality is the essence of photography itself. After all, the click of the shutter is nothing but the sound of a mirror in motion.
    Moreover, we dedicated a section to the winners of the Italian Street Photography Festival, which is Eyeshot partner.

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    Copies: 500
    Edition: Limited Edition, Numbered and Signed
    Number of pages: 220
    Dimensions: 21×27 cm
    Street Photographers: 160
    Editor and Curator: Marco Savarese
    Cover: Dimitris Makrygiannakis
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    EYESHOT “FLORA AND FAUNA”
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    Number of pages: 166
    Dimensions: 21X27 CM
    Street Photographers: 130
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    On this issue of Eyeshot, Marco Savarese throws down a challenge to Charalampos Kydonakis, Rammy Narula, Ania Klosek, Jesse Marlow and Maciej Dakowicz: to talk about Flora and Fauna through street photography.
    Nature and animals are undisputed protagonists in art, from Palaeolithic cave paintings up 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 the era it belongs to?
    Can such an art, that lives thanks to the moment, represent timeless forms of life?
    The lesson you learn from Flora and Fauna is the ability to adapt to a world that flows so fast and selfishly, that you forgot who was occupying it before us.

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    EYESHOT “FLORA AND FAUNA”
    Copies: 500
    Edition: LIMITED EDITION, NUMBERED AND SIGNED
    Number of pages: 166
    Dimensions: 21X27 CM
    Street Photographers: 130
    Paper Quality: FEDRIGONI X-PER PREMIUM QUALITY

    EYESHOT “STREET FASHION”
    Copies: 500
    Edition: LIMITED EDITION, NUMBERED AND SIGNED
    Number of pages: 188
    Dimensions: 21×27 CM
    Street Photographers: 125
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    Marco Savarese, Editor in Chief, has invited five artists to answer some questions in the new issue of Eyeshot, in order to build a complex story on tendencies, excesses, cultural and social differences that walk down the urban catwalks all around the world. The selections of artists such as Suzan Pektaş, Graciela Magnoni, Gustavo Minas, Tavepong Pratoomwong and David Gibson talk about a fashion which is pretty far from haute couture, but it isn’t unrelated to the Fashion System mechanisms. According to the five “guest photographers”, who have been invited to offer their point of view to Eyeshot, Street Fashion looks like a Fashion Week with no red carpets nor celebrities.
    Moreover, we dedicated two sections to the winners of the London Street Photography Festival and of the Australia’s International Photography Festival, both of which are Eyeshot partners.

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    Marco Savarese, Editor in Chief, has invited five artists to answer some questions in the new issue of Eyeshot, in order to build a complex story on tendencies, excesses, cultural and social differences that walk down the urban catwalks all around the world. The selections of artists such as Suzan Pektaş, Graciela Magnoni, Gustavo Minas, Tavepong Pratoomwong and David Gibson talk about a fashion which is pretty far from haute couture, but it isn’t unrelated to the Fashion System mechanisms. According to the five “guest photographers”, who have been invited to offer their point of view to Eyeshot, Street Fashion looks like a Fashion Week with no red carpets nor celebrities.
    Moreover, we dedicated two sections to the winners of the London Street Photography Festival and of the Australia’s International Photography Festival, both of which are Eyeshot partners.

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    Ever notice how quick the flash is on a camera? That’s how fast other types of flashes are, including the super-fast superhero The Flash.
    Whether you’re talking about a flash of lighting or a flash of insight, a flash is quick and bright and sudden. There aren’t any slow, long flashes. Because flashes are so fast, the word is often used for anything that happens really quickly: a flash is as fast as a New York minute, the blink of an eye, a heartbeat, an instant, a jiffy, or a split second.

    Pages: 152 pages in full color and black-and-white.
    Paper Quality: Fedrigoni X-PER Premium White paper.
    Street Photographers: 103 Street photographers.
    Countries: 26 from 5 Continents.
    Editor and Curator: Marco Savarese.
    Cover Image: Michelle Groskopf.

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    The adjective surreal comes from surrealism, an artistic movement that conglomerated images, writing, painting, and other artistic disciplines, which often contained irrational and disconnected images. That is why the surreal describes a strange mixture of elements, often discordant and seemingly meaningless. Images can be surreal, like the watches in Salvador Dalí’s paintings as well as in some weird and dreamlike moments of everyday life.
    We may say that Street photography has always had that influence: from the classic images of Eliott Erwitt to our days with photographers like Siegfried Hansen or Tavepong Pratoomwong. In this issue, we present 101 talented street photographers celebrating the excellence through a visual language in street photography. These contemporary photographers come from 31 countries of five continents. Our aim is that you might get inspiration through their work. You will discover a great variety of photographers and their images presented in these pages on the theme Surreal.

    Pages: 150 pages in full color and black-and-white.
    Paper Quality: Fedrigoni X-PER Premium White paper.
    Street Photographers: 101 Street Photographers.
    Countries: 31 from 5 Continents.
    Editor and Curator: Marco Savarese.
    Cover Image: Maria Kappatou.

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    STREET PHOTOGRAPHERS ON FLASHGUN: Adam Miller, Alessandro Prato, Alexander Bronfer, Alison McCauley, Andreas Ott, Barry Talis, Ben Helton, Biard Sylvain, Bojan ‘Chibsterr’ Nikolic, Bryce Waters, Caleb Stein, Chakrapun Senachan, Chris Tuarissa, Chu Viet Ha, Conor Beary, Dan Szpara, Dani Oshi, Daniele Dainelli, Daniele Martire, David Horton, Davide Albani, Dimitris Makrygiannakis,…

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    STREET PHOTOGRAPHERS ON SURREAL: AB Rashid, Abinet Teshome, Alessandro Prato, Alexander Bronfer, Andrea Torrei, Andrés César, Andy Hall, Ania Klosek, Antonio E. Ojeda, Bambi, Bouwe Brouwer, Cedric Roux, Chakrapun Senachan, Chatchai Boonyaprapatsara, Chris Farling, Chu Viet Ha, Cristian Scotellaro, Dan Szpara, Daniele Zarri, Darran K Roper, David Fidalgo, Dimitris Makrygiannakis,…

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    Ever notice how quick the flash is on a camera? That’s how fast other types of flashes are, including the super-fast superhero The Flash.

    Whether you’re talking about a flash of lighting or a flash of insight, a flash is quick and bright and sudden. There aren’t any slow, long flashes. Because flashes are so fast, the word is often used for anything that happens really quickly: a flash is as fast as a New York minute, the blink of an eye, a heartbeat, an instant, a jiffy, or a split second.

    PAGES: 152 pages in full color and black-and-white.
    PHOTOGRAPHERS: 103 Street photographers.
    COUNTRIES: 26 from 5 Continents.
    EDITOR: Marco Savarese.
    COVER IMAGE: Michelle Groskopf.

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    The adjective surreal comes from surrealism, an artistic movement that conglomerated images, writing, painting, and other artistic disciplines, which often contained irrational and disconnected images. That is why the surreal describes a strange mixture of elements, often discordant and seemingly meaningless. Images can be surreal, like the watches in Salvador Dalí’s paintings as well as in some weird and dreamlike moments of everyday life.

    We may say that Street photography has always had that influence: from the classic images of Eliott Erwitt to our days with photographers like Siegfried Hansen or Tavepong Pratoomwong. In this issue, we present 101 talented street photographers celebrating excellence through a visual language in street photography. These contemporary photographers come from 31 countries of five continents. Our aim is that you might get inspiration through their work. You will discover a great variety of photographers and their images presented in these pages on the theme Surreal.