Seren Coşkun is a photographer based in Istanbul. The artist’s observant, detail-oriented character has been reflecting on her style of photography.
After both Warhaus and J. Bernardt played separately, the Balthazar fever was bound to happen and it took over Control Club for two days. The band delivered a playful and atmospheric show and we were there to capture it and ask a few questions about their new album.
Inês Condeço, as a women’s and LGBT rights activist, takes a step forward and sets herself to immortalize the purest and freest side of these people
Mircea Albuțiu’s series “DQ 2exp” is a collection of double exposures shot while the ballet ensemble form the Cluj Opera House was rehearsing Don Quixote and then in the most important place in Bucharest, University Square
“For my whole life I have grown up next to the sea. I live in a small village on the cliffs, nestled between two seaside towns. When the sky is clear, you can see across the sea to France.” – Emily Madeline Bradshaw
Spyros Papaspyrou is a photographer from Athens and this is an ongoing project that he has been working on for almost a year with his medium format camera.
“This town is responsible for shaping my father into the man he has become. Crestline is responsible for developing his love for nature, his strong work ethic, and his humble perspective.” – Kyle Everett Smith
Images from a project titled “High Strangeness”. They are shot on expired 35mm film and given a portrait aesthetic in post production. Justin Hashaw’s inspiration is drawn from his appreciation of low budget exploitation and grind house films from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s.
“Anyathakhyati is a Sanskrit word meaning the phenomenon of seeing one image as another image that was previously seen – such as seeing a stick as a snake.” – Ben Balusek
Inspired by 50’s street photography, “Wondrous Time” is a series shot in LA by Berlin based artist Laura Cherry Grove with singer-songwriter Tess Parks
“Waiting for the Sun” is a series spontaneously shot by Minsk based photographer Tanya Brahinskaya with model Olya Lipnickaya on one of the few winter sunny days
LA based musician Cerise shot by photographer Katy Lane in Chinatown: “The title of this series comes from a song of Cerise’s with the same name from her album ‘Smoke Screen Dreams’, which I’ve been listening to on repeat all week.”
“The club becomes the perfect place where art, music and fashion come together. It’s there that, like a voyeur, I can see the most complex and fascinating stories that hide behind the bodies of boys and girls who express themselves with their outfits.” Alessandra Alessandrina
James Alexander is a writer, filmmaker and photographer based in Los Angeles. The series is inspired by a screenplay he is writing, called “Two Sisters”.
“With these pictures I wanted to create a visual ode to my neighborhood. Hopefully I will be able to call it home for some time to come.” – Lars Kemnitz
Benedetta Cari is a Rome based film photographer and the series titled “Smoky Valentine” is about the idea of love nowadays: intangible, elusive, subtle.
Death to the Fascist Insect is a compilation of the writings and transcribed recordings of the Symbionese Liberation Army (1973–75), a radical left-wing group based in the Bay Area of California.
Unconventional South is the result of a year of turns of events that took place in and around Puglia, Sicily and Basilicata. A personal praise to the unconscious beauty that is typical of the people and the out-of-the-ordinary places that often hold precious secrets for an extraordinary evolution.
Favourite Colour: BLACK is Chris Turner – Commercial, music video and film director. Celeste Wong is an actress, barista, traveller and entrepreneur, and has been a friend of Chris for over ten years.
Process: A Short Film About Large Format Photography by Will Campbell. This film answers the question of why some people would rather have it slow.
“Loneliness is not something you should reprehend. It is a choice you have to make from time to time in order to get to know as well as love yourself better.” Nancy Merou
A vintage fashion inspired photo series of actress and model Grace Dougherty shot by NYC based photographer and filmmaker Alex Michael Kennedy
” ‘Sad Disco’ was made to capture the feeling of solitude in a place that is usually overcrowded and claustrophobic.” – Bran Black
“My project will show 6 different characters, that put together will form a unique personality. Each of them have their own name and outfit.” – Astra Marina Cabras