© Nat Pinheiro & Luke Wilkening – Bushwick on 16mm
040 Ira Wagner
«I can find something of interest in almost any city I visit. I especially like to explore ‹everyday› neighborhoods — the places that people live, work, shop and play. I look to find what makes a place unique — the style of buildings, the history, the culture.»
New York City
021 Thomas Pirot
«Photography takes me to places and confronts me with people and situations I probably wouldn’t ever have the pleasure to deal with. The urban spheres we live in are something that never seems to cease motivating me to go out there with a camera – though my biggest interest lies, ultimately, in humans.»
The City — A Living and Breathing Organism
Rebuilding/My Days in New York 1959-2018
Rebuilding – My Days in New York is a collection of images from Marangoni’s archive, covering a period of 60 years. An intriguing testimonial of the fast changing city and street life in the past six decades. Marangoni avoids nostalgia or dwelling on the past. Supplemented with anecdotes and personal notes, he provides a reflection of the development of photography in relation to the city, and his personal experiences herein — including a reflective text by W.M.Hunt.
We‘ve teamed up with Moo Cards to create a set of beautiful postcards. As a means of saying «Thank You» to everyone who supported us so far and to celebrate the launch of the new website, we’re giving away 10 sets per week for the upcoming 5 weeks. Each set contains 10 postcards with different cover motifs shot by our featured photographers. To enter the giveaway simply switch over to Instagram and follow the instructions.
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Artificial Catastrophe by Glenn Mendiola is a video selection of images of spaces and objects depicting an aftermath — not of natural obliteration, but a product of human destruction. For some reason, Mendiola always had this enchantment in taking photographs of objects that seemed to be damaged or abandoned. According to him, it comes from an inner yearning to turn something «so broke and discarded» into something beautiful either be it subjective or reflective of his personal understanding.
«This is an ongoing project and a challenge to myself to find value and meaning about things and spaces that seemed to be neglected and deserted after being used.»
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