• © Johann Husser - allcitiesarebeautiful.com / #allcitiesarebeautiful

    Johann Husser • On the Edges of an Idea

    The work on the edges of an idea / An den Rändern einer Idee, by Johann Husser, is a photographic study of urban utopias. With the idea of the Ruhrcity in mind, the project focuses on the city’s outlying suburbs and the peripheral structure of the region.

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  • Frantic City / Hong Kong, China © Zhou HanShun - allcitiesarebeautiful.com / #allcitiesarebeautiful

    Zhou HanShun • Frenetic City

    People go through life in an uncompromising, chaotic pace, overcoming and absorbing anything in their path. Time in the city seem to flow quicker, memories in the city tend to fade away faster. Nothing seems to stand still in a city.

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  • © Emily Nareja - allcitiesarebeautiful.com / #allcitiesarebeautiful

    Emily Najera • West Grand

    Artist and educator Emily Najera documents West Grand, a Midwest neighborhood rich in history and cultural identity, located on the northwest side of Grand Rapids, Michigan. A neighborhood threatened to lose its distinct identity through the process of revitalization and redevelopment.

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  • Better Days © Seunggu Kim - allcitiesarebeautiful.com / #allcitiesarebeautiful

    Seunggu Kim • Better Days

    Due to Korea’s rapid development over the last 40 years, and by mixing up western and Korean culture, abstruse and sometimes even contradictory situations occur heavily. In his body of work, Seoul based photographer Seunggu Kim explores those situations on a grander and more distant scale, humorously pointing out the resulting social irony.

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  • Davide Bonato • Venice

    Northern Italien native and student Davide Bonato submitted his black and white series, documenting Venice on a regular day in winter. The series was shot on Fomapan 200.

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  • A Ghost City © Arnau Rovira Vidal - allcitiesarebeautiful.com / #allcitiesarebeautiful

    Arnau Rovira Vidal • A Ghost City

    The Spanish photographer Arnau Rovira Vidal submitted a part of his series on the strange, megalomanic, and monumental architecture of Turkmenistan’s capital city Ashgabat and provides some interesting background information on their bizarre history and development.

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