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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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    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.