Mobile Street Photography by Luis Rodríguez

MOBILE STREET PHOTOGRAPHY “Martina” Mobile photography has meant a real revolution in my life, both at a personal and a professional level. Since I started mobile photography almost six years ago, I have watched and enjoyed the world in a different way...

Before the Peace Broke by Richard Hill

Like many Americans, both my mind and news feed have been filled with thoughts and images related to the events that occurred in Dallas this past Thursday. I was moved by photos I saw by Richard Hill the following day, many which were titled “…before the...

In Spirit and Truth: An Interview with Laura Valenti

A couple of years ago I enrolled in a six-week online photography course that would impact me – both as a person and as an artist – in ways I never could have imagined. This workshop not only challenged a lot of the pre-conceived ideas I had about photography and art...

Life on the Subway by Fabio Giavara

Everyday I have to take the subway to go to work. During the travel period (approximately one hour), I have the opportunity to watch people who spend their time on the underground. Thousands of people, many differences between them: workers, students, children,...

One Hill, Eight Eyes by Joe Montoya

Last year, I went to my first Instameet and discovered an incredible experience that happens when creative people come together in one place. I drove an hour before sunrise to the #GoldenRiseMeet at Golden Valley Ranch in Santa Clarita, California. It was part of...

Everyday Poetry – by Efi Logginou

I consider everything around me like cinema, novels or theatrical plays. Stories and scenes of life, trying to make sense in the world around me. Everyday poetry. My name is Efi Logginou. I am an actress. I moved from Greece to Berlin over one year ago. I didn’t...

The Children of Varamin by Soheil Behroozi

To live in Varamin, Iran, enveloped by immensely polluted air, is to literally live in the midst of furnaces of fire. The poor and unemployed from different cities come to Varamin to work under horrendous working conditions inside the furnaces to make bricks. There...

Prolonged Impressions with Victoria Orlova

Russia has a special aesthetic, one which is uncommon, and I try to keep at least one element of this aesthetic in each of my works. My view of things is fragmentary; it’s that way with everything… from the ideas to the material, and so I have a lot of...