LORENZO VITALI // Lorenzo is a photographer based in Milan, Italy. Creative and experimental, he is always attentive to new artistic opportunities in his environment. Lorenzo finds his own kind of spirituality in sacred building architecture, especially in the light situations such grand buildings create. He photographed a series in black and white to emphasize […]
LUCAS GARCETE // Lucas is a Paraguayan poet and photographer with Spanish nationality based in Madrid. His photographic work is an alternative poetic discourse that revolves around introspection through themes of mortality, the passage of time, and the relationship between nature and the self. He establishes a bridge between literature based on the text and […]
ANWAR EHTESHAM // Anwar grew up in the port city of Chittagong in Bangladesh and later moved to the capital Dhaka. His photography tells diverse stories, genres ranging from documentary to abstract and nature photography. Anwar shared a series of photos from the eleventh edition of ‘Chobi Mela’, an international photography festival in Dhaka.
PAOLA FRANCESCA BARONE // Paola Francesca is of Apulian and Arbereshe origin, Neapolitan by adoption. She studied philosophy and has always been passionate about photography, which she taught herself. Her feelings about the digitalisation of the world are conflictive, and she translated them into a conceptual series called “Dwelling in the Infosphere”.
NELLA TARANTINO // Nella is an architect from Napoli, Italy, now living in Agropoli. Some six years ago she quit architecture to devote herself exclusively to photography, which she previously did with analog cameras, but for which she now uses a digital camera. She shared a series entitled “There, where silence reigns” and explains how […]
DAVID GRAY // David is an award-winning commercial and fine art photographer based in Los Angeles and Vancouver. In his black and white series about a pond he loves, he highlights shapes and patterns through the use of light and contrast, yielding a series of visually very pleasing almost abstract images of natural elements.