Feature: “Con Chau” by Heather Sten

Heather Sten is a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. Originally from California, Heather is known for her subtle portraiture work. Wielding a thoughtful and empathetic tone in her practice, Sten captures her subjects elegantly with a sense of peaceful stillness. “Con Chau” is a project that stemmed from Sten’s fear of losing her grandmother,…

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Feature: “Recent Works” by Ian Lewandowski

Ian Lewandowski has been photographing people since he picked up his first camera. In his ongoing body of work, Lewandowski creates laborious portraits using a large-format view camera. A process that is generally uncommon today, Lewandowski refers to an archive of images that he collects — then translate into his portraiture work. Through a process of collaboration…

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Feature: “Mother, Father, Brother, Son” by Meron Menghistab

Meron Menghistab is an Eritrean-American photographer based in New York City. Working primarily in editorial, Menghistab is primarily concerned with portraiture and documentary work. A sense of community is important to Menghistab’s work, and is ever-present in his storty-telling. In “Mother, Father, Brother, Son” Menghistab is looking directly at the people around him. Tell us…

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Feature: “Selected People” by Pelle Caas

Interview by Monika Kiss Exploding with life and movement — Pelle Cass’s project “Selected People” depicts chaos and crowd, within your typical metropolitan city environment. Unlike your standard nature macro photograph or typical New York skyline capture, Pelle’s collection of photos in “Selected People” (that started in 2010 and is yet on going) allows you to explore,…

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Feature: “Purim” by Camilo Fuentealba

Camilo Fuentealba is a New York based street & portrait photographer. Often found to be wandering the streets of cities, Fuentealba carries his passionate eye to wherever his legs take him. Capturing playful, colourful moments — Fuentealba sees the world in high contrast. Fuentealba’s “Purim, NYC” gives us a glimpse of a private community hidden in the…

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Feature: “Hokkaido” by Hiroyuki Ito

Hiroyuki Ito is a Japanese photographer based in New York. A frequentcontributor, covering performance-artsevents, his work can be regularly seen in the New York Times. Ito’s eyes are always wandering — capturing moments around him. A prolific artist, Hiro compiles his archive of strikingimages into books. Last year, Ito traveled across Japan, and Hokkaido was one of his stops in his journey. What brought…

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