Kenneth Mewis is a graphic designer/photographer who was born and raised in Belgium. Despite being from Belgium, his main influences come from the LA culture.
Mike Ioannidis is a photographer from Athens, Greece. He loves bike riding, skateboarding, travelling and analog photography.
Giannis Sideridis currently lives and works in Greece, where he also studies Architecture. He started experimenting with photography about three years ago when he moved back to his hometown.
“I see this as a little life lesson. Don’t always take too much time thinking. Listen to your inner voice and feelings if you should do something or not. I think the body can really feel the correct answer.” – Bastian Kalous
Johann Kööp is a visual artist based in the Netherlands, his photography reflecting personal stories and feelings in a surreal, yet familiar way
Alexandros Garnavos believes that hands are the most beautiful part of the human body, being able to craft and destroy, making this a magical relationship
Miguel Rózpide was born on September 5, 1997 in Spain. He is specially dedicated to photography, installation and painting.
Zachary Pratt is a film photographer based in Salt Lake City, Utah, focusing mainly on documentary and architectural work
Myrto Grigoriou is a young photographer based in Athens, Greece. Her work is focusing on the human experience.
Brandon Moningka is a film photographer, best known for his work with actors, the series titled “Plastic” being shot with actress Marci Miller
Margarita Keller is a Ukrainian-Russian photographer based in Naples and her latest series depicts two different meanings of fragility, which are hiding behind the objects
This selection of pictures is from a recent trip Matt Young took across the US, travelling by bus from NY to LA
Molly Goodspeed is a freelance photographer based in Chicago. In her most recent work, she’s focused on how one exists in solitude.
There’s a certain feeling of familiarity when you see the artists you love performing under the sign of the magazine that brought them to your attention in the first place.
A beautiful spectacle and a nice introduction to an even more spectacular festival – that’s how Pitchfork Avant-Garde unraveled before our eyes