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    Felix von der Osten • Mukhiani

    Mukhiani, a micro-district inside the Georgian capital Tbilisi, remains home for generations and generations of Families living in Soviet-style concrete housings. Cologne-based photographer Felix von der Osten shot a beautiful series documenting life in Mukhiani.

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  • Tim Ronca • California Squares

    Having recently moved to Los Angeles and trying to make sense of his new surroundings, photographer Tim Ronca has a special interest in photographing the Californian way of life – the car culture and the desert landscape – culminating in his beautiful series California Squares.

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  • Clarissa Bonet • Chicago

    The beautiful works of Chicago based artist Clarissa Bonet, explore aspects of urban space in both a physical and psychological context – for almost a decade, the city has been her subject. She uses photography to process her experiences and understand the ever-shifting urban space she inhabits.

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  • Matthieu Vivinis • Los Angeles & Portland

    Paris based art director Matthieu Vivinis explored Los Angeles and Portland on his last journey and photographed both cities solely with his iPhone. In his interview, he shares his sightings alongside some beautiful and personal background information.

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  • Joshua Marcotte • San Jose

    Photographer, historian, preservationist, and self-proclaimed hoarder from San Jose, Joshua Marcotte, photographs the fragments that make up the shifting world around him. See a selection of his works shot in San Jose, Reno, Gilroy and Morgan Hill.

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  • Rob Stephenson • From Roof to Table

    From Roof to Table was the final result of a year long project documenting New York City’s urban agriculture movement, by Brooklyn based photographer Rob Stephenson, in cooperation with the Design Trust for Public Space NYC. His work focuses on the transitioning spaces in the city, places that juxtapose past and future, or nature and civilization.

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  • Luca Savettiere • Palermo

    Following a recurring theme in his work, Luca Savettiere approaches his surroundings in a way to find specific elements in the urban landscape that deeply connect the man to the environment in wich he lives. His photographic analysis tries to relate man, geographic territory and what on the territory was added by man.

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  • Andrew Ward • Sofas of L.A.

    1.200 pieces, 6 years of constantly seeking and photographing abandoned and cast-off furniture in Los Angeles: Sofas of L.A. – the culmination of a gigantic, still ongoing project by Andrew Ward – depicts beautifully rugged sofas which seamlessly blend in in their new and unintended surrounding, the streets of Los Angeles.

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  • Adam Friedberg • New York City

    The last fifteen years have seen an enormous increase in the development and construction of new buildings in New York City, especially in downtown Manhattan’s East Village, Alphabet City, Lower East Side, and the Bowery neighborhoods. Adam Friedberg, having learned under renowned photographer Joel Sternfeld, documents the developing architectural landscape culminating in his long term project “Single Story”.

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  • Ralph Steinegger • Singapore

    Having left Switzerland at a young age to discover the far ends of the world, the explorer, discoverer, and almost cartographer, Ralph Steinegger, now based in Singapore, is utterly drawn towards the fascinating aesthetics of urban spaces, in particular of the fast-growing cities in the developing world.

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  • Warren Sebastian • Brighton

    Beautifully composed, touching photographs documenting Brighton’s youth and life in general: British construction & landscaping worker Warren Sebastian allows us a unique, poetic and truly emotional view on what it means to live in this coastal city.

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  • Mike Murphy • Los Angeles

    What do you get when you attach an iPhone to the passenger side window of your car, put it in panorama mode, and mix it up with a selfie stick used as a remote shutter? Mike Murphy’s exceptional and surrealistic depiction of the greater Los Angeles area shows it best. Explore L.A. in a way you most likely haven’t before!

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