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Shot between 2015 and 2019, “Beach Matters” presents a vivid portrayal of daily scenes and diverse characters, capturing intimate relationships, leisurely pursuits, and the universal allure of sun-worshipping.
Mauro Curti’s “Riturné” delves into the depths of the inner self, facilitated by a journey back to the photographer’s hometown. This captivating photo series examines the intricate relationships between individuals and their native territories, personal conflicts, and the notions of family and belonging.
Fermín Guzmán embarked on his photographic journey in 2008, drawing inspiration from the tradition of the great Eugene Atget, in the area of Chimalhuacán, Mexico.
The evocative photo series, “Fisherman’s Dream“, masterfully highlights the common thread that unites us all – our dreams. Through expert composition, lighting, and the psychological interplay between the subjects and the viewers, the photographer transforms seemingly ordinary moments into captivating works of art.
Dumaguete City, fondly referred to as ‘The City of Gentle People,’ is home to islanders whose cultural identity is deeply intertwined with the salt and water of their surroundings.
Candy Lopesino Sabin
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.
Giedo van der Zwan
Over the last few years, while working on his “Pier to Pier” project, Giedo van der Zwan discovered a deepening passion for street photography. This medium allowed him to capture unusual scenes and striking moments of human life.
The compelling photo series, “From the Streets to the Dirt,” by Dan Fenstermacher chronicles the remarkable and transformative journey of Kwesi and Kurt as they transition from lives entrenched in adversity to embraced the care of six horses, twelve chickens, four goats, and three dogs, all while tending to their families.
The 15-photo series “Cairo: A Beautiful Thing is Never Perfect” by Jonathan Jasberg offers an intriguing preview of an extensive multi-year project containing over 130 carefully chosen photographs, many of which remain unreleased.
From her teenage years, Lisa Bukreyeva was captivated by the art of photography, driven by the desire to document and observe the world around her. Her series, “Not Like Us“, delves into the process of growing up and the time it takes to navigate the turbulent waters of adolescence.
Chan Hong Men Pierrot
In 1997, Handicap International invited Chan Hong Men to become its official photographer in their hometown of Fianarantsoa. This opportunity arose during the first sports and cultural event for the disabled, which took place in all six provinces of the island and catered to people with a wide range of disabilities, including deafness, blindness, mental illness, and paraplegia.
In the enthralling ongoing series “West of Somewhere East“, the photographer, Drew Hopper, captures the essence of life in the rugged and expansive Outback Australia. Focusing on the unique sense of place, Hopper presents viewers with an almost mythical and playful glimpse into the Western way of life.
Svilen Nachev’s “The Illusion of Meaning” is a thought-provoking photographic series that delves into the complex world of our digital personas.
Guille Ibañez left his home country almost two decades ago. This thought was what sparked in the photographer the beginning of a personal journey of photographing occurrences and locations throughout Spain that could bring people together and help define the country’s personality.
Sandra Cattaneo Adorno
Sandra Cattaneo Adorno skillfully employs her photographic talents to merge the present with the past, capturing the bittersweet yearning that Brazilians call “saudade” – intense feelings of nostalgia and melancholy for a love long gone.