“I preferred to concentrate on the architecture and abstraction. This led to a small series which combines architecture, decay, abstractness and even portraits.” – Julio Cardador
“In 2011 I embarked on a series of short trips along national and local roads in Catalonia, the area I have lived in for all of my life. […] I soon noticed that very specific subject that I found from time to time was getting my attention: abandoned gasoline stations.” – Xavier Aragonès
“I like to capture emotions and feelings between warm colors and soft shadows. I am interested in creating connections between nature, form and subject.” – Valeria Dellisanti
Magdalena Jarych is a visual artist from Wrocław, Poland. She is mostly focused on analog portraits and fashion photography, also working on various music projects and short films.
Standing in the shade, Mircea Albuțiu documents the intimate, behind-the-scenes world of ballet in the most moving way, capturing moments of the dancers’ lives that usually remain hidden.
Agustín Armanino Méndez is a photographer and filmmaker from Buenos Aires, Argentina, who studies the human body while shooting different models and flowers
Martin Blanco is a Venezuelan filmmaker and analog photographer based in Minneapolis & New York. He is currently a senior at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
“Third time’s a charm. We finally met in her apartment. She was as eloquent, gentle and funny as I had remembered her.” – Helene Vienna
“I wanted to represent the contrast between true intimacy of self versus the stark reality of more anatomical representations of your being.” Regan Brantley
Yedihael Canat is a photographer based in Paris, documenting the intimacy of his friends and creating a powerful image of the French youth.
Ricardo Reis is a photographer based in Lisbon. Photography has been the driving force through all his creative pursuits.
Wasted Carnaval is a collective of two Ukrainian film-photographers: Vika Terekhovskaya (model, stylist) and Vova Triniak (graphic designer, illustrator).
“My base photographic work is centered on capturing something intimate of a person. Something more intimate than nudity or any other physical aspect.” Mike Stacey
Caspian Interview: After one of Caspian’s shows, we met and spoke with Jāni Zubkovs about a lot of things, discovered his passion for photography and soon this interview began to take shape.
“With her long vintage coat and lips as vividly red as her hair, the first time I saw Domi walk through the doors of my work I thought she’d stepped out of a portal from the 50’s. She instantly stood out.” Will Austin