Folio: Getting Closer by Eglantine Lavogez

Growing up in Paris, photographer Eglantine Lavogez developed an interest for urban and street photography. Attracted by the graphic aspect of the objects that surround her and by the places that she enters in to contact with, Eglantine extrapolates the lines and forms she sees in front of her and transforms chaos into harmony. Her style,…

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Folio: Francesco Romero

Francesco Romero is a former musician based in Italy whose current artistic output is photography. His work focuses on themes of absence, decay and isolationism from a graphical and geometric point of view. Given his background, it is understandable that music inspires the majority of his photography, citing influences such as northern electronica, drone music…

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Interview with: Cristina Coral

Cristina Coral’s photography seeks to document the intangible, the unseen, the emotions and the memories that are within us all. Cristina’s portraits, often anonymous, are filled with introspection, staging her subjects in a moment of private self-reflection or lost in a memory. Enjoy… Tell us a bit about yourself and how you first got started…

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Folio: Decoy by Peter Spurgeon

Peter Spurgeon is a documentary photographer based in Bristol, UK. His work has been exhibited internationally and he was recently nominated for the PhotogrVphy Grant and shortlisted for the ESPY Photography Award. Decoy is a series documenting a secret British Air Ministry project that took place during the Second World War. Sound City film studios…

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Folio: Polaroids by Sven Van Driessche

Belgian photographer Sven Van Driessche contacted us in response to our call for entries for the upcoming Photo/Foto Salon #1. Sven’s passion for photography encompasses travel, music and fine-art nudes but it is Sven’s fine-art nude Polaroids that we have selected to feature here. There is always a beautiful sincerity with a Polaroid, free of…

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Folio: Giuseppe Iannello

Giuseppe Iannello is an Italian photographer based in Palermo. His early work was focused on the impact of human interference on the natural environment. He is interested in materiality, pushing the boundaries between the traditional two-dimensional work into three-dimensional presentation. We are featuring images from Giuseppe’s recent bodies of work which are focused on small…

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Folio: GROW by Lars Plessentin

Lars Plessentin is an abstract photographer living and working in Berlin. In his series ‘Grow’, Lars uses images, foils and bold shapes and colours to create large-scale spaces of growth. The series shares the characteristics of growth itself – not intrusive, but very present: “Even if we do not always have it in mind, our…

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Folio: Walking Home by Lucy Jarvis

British photographer Lucy Jarvis is recent graduate of photography from The University for the Creative Arts, Farnham. Her photographic practice explores psychogeography and the landscape through the predominant use of large format photography that continues to contextually influence her work through its inherently slow process. “In order to reconnect with the unknown places surrounding a 90 mile driving route,…

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Folio: David Mondedeu

Photographer and printmaker David Mondedeu was born in Houston, Texas and now lives and works in Madrid, Spain. All of David’s work is shot on B&W medium format film and then beautifully printed as polymer photogravures which he releases as extremely limited run artist books. David’s photographs are a reflection of his trips to Uganda,…

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Folio: Protected Selves by Noa Kastel

Creative photographer Noa Kastel was born in Israel and has grown up surrounded by the conflict, history and varied realities that combine to form daily life in Israel. Noa’s work focuses on these daily realities, creating conceptual documentary projects; one of which, Protected Selves, we are featuring here. “These images are a quiet observation on…

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