Dennis Schnieber was born and raised in a smaller town near Berlin and he is taking film photographs since 2011, when he inherited a Carl Zeiss Werra 35mm camera. He is currently working on his MA in cultural studies at HU Berlin.
John Kilar is a nomadic analog photographer based in the US. His work will stay with you forever (or let’s say, will haunt you) and that’s one of the best things that could happen to you.
Vanessa Tan is the photographer behind vxnium.art: “As a nocturnal animal myself, I love to explore the streets of big cities after dark, taking photos of places or people that reveal an “electric-ness” about the night.”
When I moved there, I was taking photos of… well, basically everything – I guess that’s what you do when you’re overwhelmed (in a positive sense) by a brand new country, extremely different from what you’ve experienced before.
I consider some of my pictures as Rorschach tests; blots, smears, traces. They interrogate me, engage me like some kind of therapy.
John Brian King – Writer, director, photographer, designer, curator, talking about the Los Angeles punk scene in the late 70’s
Yuliia Stepanok is a 23 y.o photographer from Lviv, Ukraine, where she studies History of Arts.
These photographs are an excerpt from my series called Domestic Pleasures, documenting the past five years under the sun and sleeping in different beds.
Traffic in Los Angeles is terrible, and while most people despise it I see it as an unmixed blessing. Without the traffic jams and accidents forcing me to walk/skate through the cuts and alleys these selected photographs wouldn’t be. Thomas Morris is a photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. You can follow his
My birthday gift was a trip to Athens, Greece, to see Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. WIN! I was very anxious before the concert so I took some shots around the city. Standing in line at the concert I saw this couple. Next days I kept seeing them around the city so
4 hours, 17 rolls of film, 5th of May 2017 – EMERGENCY ALERT / NEW YORK short visual story from parts of NY The Emergency Alert System (EAS) is a national warning system in the United States put into place on January 1, 1997 (approved by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in November 1994).
I am concerned to show the viewer a subtle way to the interface, where thinking is transformed into feeling. The atmosphere, symbolism and the transport of emotions are more important to me than telling stories or documentation of the outside world. Beyond revealing the essentials of my subject via reduction and the abstract observation of
48h in Berlin First encounters This time I felt closer to the neighborhood and the apartment rather than the city itself so instinctively I focused more on documenting the proximity. There was this strange mix between familiarity, comfort and anxiety. Irina Munteanu is a film photographer based in Bucharest and the curator of the