YAAKOV ISRAEL. LEGITIMACY OF LANDSCAPE

by Steve Bisson

«It was at a time of political escalation and I noticed that everybody was driving very fast, so busy in getting from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, not even glancing at the car stuck on the side of the road.»

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Israel
03.05.2016

TANYA ZOMMER. DAILIES

by Ksenia Belash

«I wanted to oppose the society, which I saw as trying to involve me in something that I don’t want to be part of. I thought that this pressure to conform to the established ideal of a happy family with a kid was traumatising.»

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Russia
29.04.2016

LÉO DELAFONTAINE. CONSTANTLY EVOLVING

by Tiago Dias Dos Santos

«I think every photographer has to find his own methodology. I'm not sure that's something you can learn except by yourself.»

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France
20.04.2016

DEBORAH ENGEL. THE SPACE THAT MOVES

by Luciana Benaduce

«I can say that kinetic art influences me, as well as Russian Constructivism or Rio Neoconcretism. I think it's a mixture of everything I'm consuming and digesting: art, music, cinema, literature and especially nature.»

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Brazil
18.04.2016

SÉBASTIEN CUVELIER. EUNMA TOWN

by Dieter Debruyne

«I have no clue how photography will evolve, but as for me, I just want to pursue personal projects and tell stories I care about.»

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Belgium
08.04.2016

HALANOVA LAURINC. IMMERSED IN TIME

by Polina Shubkina

«We have realized that no matter what topic we are documenting, the subject always has a particular trace of ourselves. It always turns out to be introspective without the necessity of photographing our lives.»

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Slovakia
05.04.2016

MIREK KAŹMIERCZAK. A RETURN

by Krzysztof Sienkiewicz

«Over the years a sort of a mythology of Bieszczady, an inaccessible, wild and tough to live in region, was formed. I wanted to confront these visions with reality.»

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Poland
01.04.2016

SUSAN BRIGHT. AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL TURN

by Klaus Fruchtnis

«My job as a curator and writer goes hand in hand with interpretation and information. I would not be doing my job well if I did not open up photographs to the audience.»

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United States
31.03.2016

ANGE ONG. HONG KONG CAFE

by Sheung Yiu

«Photography, in my comprehension of it, has always been in some ways violent. And I have always wanted to avoid being so in my practice.»

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China
29.03.2016

KAI CAEMMERER. UNBORN CITIES

by Thieu Riemen

«It’s amazing to think that over 95% of people who are familiar with my large format film photographs have experienced them at 72dpi on an uncalibrated monitor or iPhone.»

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United States
21.03.2016

PIERRE FOLK. BY THE SILENT LINE

by Klaus Fruchtnis

«In modern societies space is often adapted to suit our needs, as we transform our surroundings in a very functional way. As by-products of these transformations, residual spaces can be found in the interstices of our habitat.»

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France
17.03.2016

MICHAŁ IWANOWSKI. CLEAR OF PEOPLE

by Krzysztof Sienkiewicz

«In 1945, my grandfather and his brother braved an escape from a gulag and crossed over 2000 km, mostly on foot, from Russia to Poland. Seventy years later I went back to retrace their journey.»

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Poland
16.03.2016

EVA VERMANDEL. A PAINTER DISGUISED AS A PHOTOGRAPHER

by Laura Lee Bral

«I’m a portrait photographer and a lot of the people I shoot may be famous but they are famous for a good reason: they’re talented actors, writers, musicians, artists, and they’re definitely not in it for the fame.»

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Belgium
24.02.2016

FRANCESCA SERAVALLE. FIRST PHOTOS

by Francesca Orsi

«My aim is to liberate photographs such as those of Niépce and Daguerre of an existence as pictures in books on history of photography that are smothered under the weight of the text. No one lingers on these images while they still have a lot to say.»

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Italy
12.02.2016

DAVID CAMPANY. PHOTOGRAPHY IS A PASSPORT

by Klaus Fruchtnis

«Despite that fact that we might live our lives surrounded by photographs, we cannot look at many and keep our concentration.»

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England
02.02.2016

ODED BALILTY. MANY DECISIONS

by Steve Bisson

«I believe that there will always be a difference between professional and amateur photography. I don’t think the amount of people taking pictures will change photography.»

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Israel
01.02.2016

TINE GUNS. LIKE JIGSAW PIECES

by Dieter Debruyne

«I see my images as fragments with which I create stories or make associations. They are organic like a growing plant, or interchangeable like jigsaw pieces.»

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Belgium
29.01.2016

FILIP DUJARDIN. SOME SORT OF EXPERIENCE

by Dieter Debruyne

«An image must be perfect down to the smallest details. You must be patient to minimise mistakes so as not to fall through, and sometimes that means a lot of hard work.»

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Belgium
16.01.2016

POLINA SHUBKINA. HK TOP MODELS

by Sheung Yiu

«There are people who are just going through this stage in their lives when they know they are pretty enough to model in Asia, and they hope that this might become their ticket out of their country.»

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China
15.01.2016

PCA COVERS FASHION FILM AND PHOTOGRAPHY

by Steve Bisson

«Many young fashion brands rely entirely on films distributed online, and festivals devoted to fashion films, like the one pioneered in Paris by Diane Pernet, and this phenomenon is doubtlessly growing.»

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France
08.01.2016
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