• Sketches from my travel through China; from Beijing, to Inner Mongolia to Ghansu province © Antony Sojka - #allcitiesarebeautiful / allcitiesarebeautiful.com

    Antony Sojka • Beijing

    Having been invited to a friend’s wedding in Inner Mongolia, Berlin based documentary photographer Antony Sojka, took this as a chance to take some time off to travel through China accompanied by his partner; and to document their journey in search of interesting places and people. He shot beautiful photographs of which a small selection is shown in his Interview.

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  • Txema Salvans • Perfect Day

    Feeling comfortable speaking about things he can understand is the reason why Txema Salvans takes photos of his own culture, people, and landscapes; he has to have a physical connection with the landscapes and an emotional one with the people. In his series Perfect Day, Txema explores the theme of happiness along the Mediterranean coast.

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  • Casey Bennett • Williams Lake

    Photography as a way of getting out of the comfort zone: For Casey Bennett, based in Williams Lake, British Columbia, photography is a way to confront the world around him and face certain fears like approaching people; as a deeply introvert, not an easy job to do, but Casey constantly keeps pushing himself to go out and produce beautiful works.

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  • Thomas Pirot • Cape Coral

    ‘Photography takes me to places and confronts me with people and situations I probably wouldn’t ever have the pleasure to deal with’ states Thomas Pirot. The urban spheres we live in are something that never seems to cease motivating him to go out there using his medium format camera to capture his surroundings.

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  • Thomas Brodin • Brooklyn / NY

    Always wondering between the testimony of a traveler and the vision of an artist, Brooklyn-based French photographer and art director, Thomas Brodin, is giving sense to the non-sense, recomposing the decomposed, pulling together the plasticity of the elements, and providing a romantic dimension to nature and reality.

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  • Arthur Crestani • Bad City Dreams

    The city of Gurgaon, one of the satellite cities around Delhi, is the epitome of a new urban regime. In less than 30 years, the city has grown from dust to become a 2-million city replete with malls and corporate headquarters. In his Series “Bad City Dreams” Arthur Crestani photographed the aspirational dimension of city-making in contemporary India.

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  • Avard Woolaver • Toronto (1980 – 1986)

    Travel back in time and explore Canada’s Toronto of the early 1980‘s: Avard Woolaver allows us a multi-facetted view on city life in his extensive collection of beautiful black and white photographs and invites us on a nostalgic journey spanning almost a decade of documenting Toronto’s streets.

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  • Rik Moran • New York

    Rik Moran, photographer, publisher of Flâneurism photobooks and Creative Director based in New York, is celebrating the unseen, hidden and uncelebrated. His project Flâneurism is an ongoing journey through the urban environment using photography as both medium and motivation.

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  • Tom Westbury • Southampton

    UK based photographer Tom Westbury sees photographs simultaneously as documents of the ‘real world’ and something altogether more surreal. For him, the camera is just a tool to frame and compose the world and separate slices of it. This concept is expertly implemented and carried out throughout all of his works.

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  • Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin • Los Angeles

    Los Angeles based documentary photographer Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin – interested in documenting social issues and vanishing L.A. neighborhoods – shares some details about his life and current photographic projects he’s deliberately working on. See a selection of his work and read the full interview.

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  • Fabrice Hébert • Hiroshima & Tokyo

    Documenting places between Hiroshima and Tokyo, French photographer Fabrice Hébert perfectly captures a strangely beautiful atmosphere within these Japanese cities, creating a whole new narrative emphasizing his poetic vision by combining his photographs with short captions. Click below and find a selection of images, his interview, and links to his full body of work.

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  • Carles Puig • Barcelona

    Architect and photographer Carles Puig, giving classes in both architecture and design in Barcelona, is not interested in photography as a mere reiteration of architectural discourse, but as a medium that allows us to discover new interpretations of urban and architectural reality. Discover his works, and learn more about him and his projects.

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