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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Bruno Quinquet: Salaryman Project

Bruno Quinquet spent twenty years of his life as a sound engineer before he decided to take on photography as a full tie endeavor. Quinquet resides in Tokyo, where he had established Bureau d’Etudes Japonaises. His ongoing street photography series Salaryman Project features anonymous male Japanese office workers on the streets of Tokyo. The Japanese salaryman is a cultural archetype that…

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Hannah Price: City of Brotherly Love

Hannah Price was raised in Fort Collins, Colorado. A graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology, and a self-identified Mexican-African-American, she is interested in minority groups in the US. Price has an affinity for subjects that she is often linked to whether it be family or strangers brought to her through verbal exercises. Her project, “City…

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