Nelson Garrido captured the beauty of abandoned houses

Nelson Garrido is a photographer that shows the impact of the financial crisis on Portuguese properties. He shot just one picture a day while capturing various abandoned houses. Nelson Garrido describes his project: “This project goes beyond the revelation of ruins; it intends to provide an experience of places“. He depicted different sorts of residences from multi-story buildings…

Charlotte Lapalus and her abstract photography

Charlotte Lapalus is a French photographer that creates scenes heavy with atmosphere. Charlotte Lapalus works predominantly in fashion photography, the photographic oeuvre of the Marseille-born and a based artist is united in its preference for warm colors and unique settings. With soft and subtle lighting, Lapalus creates ambient scenes that seem to suggest stories beyond the frame. Though…

Marion Berrin made a topographic study about abstract spaces

Marion Berrin is a French photographer that captured the water reflections to the angles of Le Corbusier’s Cité Radieuse. Marion Berrin is an artist that is interested in contour, line, shape, and shadow, shooting exclusively on film without any retouching.     Some time ago, she flew to Marseille to pay homage to the work of Switzerland’s…

Nadav Kander captured the changing of the Yangtze River

Nadav Kander is an Israeli photographer that created his photo-series called the Yangtze, The Long River, photos that depict the changing landscape of Asia’s longest river. Nadav Kander captured the third longest river in the world, the Yangtze River. For many thousands of years, the river has been populated by millions of humans who have lived along its banks and has…

Mustafah Abdulaziz depicts the importance of water

Mustafah Abdulaziz is a photographer based in Berlin that collate his ongoing project into ‘Water’: a compelling series that highlights our precarious relationship with this vital substance. Mustafah Abdulaziz has been working on this evocative project for years, which has been backed by the United Nations and featured in The New Yorker and The New York Times, among others.  His works…

Natalia Poniatowska captured scenes from around the world

Natalia Poniatowska is a Polish photographer that compiles scenes from around the world to create a series that is both conceptual and personal. Natalia Poniatowska explained her work as an exploration of “the potential ground between fine art and documentary photography”; it is the way that Poniatowska has curated this series that makes her photographs of…

Hanna Antonsson and her abstract photography

Hanna Antonsson is a Swedish photographer that juxtaposes curious images with similar graphics elements that vacillate between being intriguing and confusing. Hanna Antonsson has a unique view that connects the worlds of art, nature, and photography, where the subjects and objects in question become a new vehicle for exploitation. Her work makes you look twice—each frame encompasses an…

Marleen Sleeuwits create the identity of rooms through her abstract art

Marleen Sleeuwits is a Dutch artist that works with a variety of commonplace materials, primarily in empty office spaces, to create abstract, colored installations that visualize the identity of the rooms in contemporary ways. Marleen Sleeuwits is inspired by what she describes as “impersonal environments—places that could be anywhere and nowhere”, for example, abandoned rooms in commercial…

Kristine Potter explored the masculinity of modern Wild West

Kristine Potter created her photo-book called Manifest, exploring the world of modern American cowboys.  Kristine Potter began the project in 2012, then the project was hot over a period of three and a half years, during which time Potter explored the western slopes of Colorado in search of this archetype of masculinity. Her interest in this…

Miguel Brusch made a photo-project regarding Brexit

Miguel Brusch is a German photographer that explored the English seaside town Blackpool. He had the opportunity to travel to England for a photographic project regarding Brexit. Miguel Brusch explained: “Blackpool on England’s northwest coast is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the U.K. But despite an increasing number of tourists, the town’s economic and…