Journal: Lucia Buricelli

Lucia Buricelli is a documentary photographer from Venice, Italy. “Bold/Gold” explores the theater of life in New York as an investigation into how people present themselves in public spaces and how they are perceived. It is a research of exhibitionism in daily life and an exploration of the excess and the oddities of the American…

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Stefano Marchionini

Stefano Marchionini works with the common obsession amongst many artists—blurring the line between fact and fiction. Working with archived material, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea is a surrealist series that suggests an identical end to all undesirable options. Marchionini’s Kubrick-esque photographs are reminiscent of Hixson’s work, in which both artists depend on…

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Matteo x Patocchi dips in an out of focus.

“I am deeply inspired by the natural and urban environments alike and am constantly experimenting through digital photography. I overlay different types of photographs from my personal archive to create uncommon, ethereal and magical atmospheres and I am really interested in the worlds within our world. My work deals with the unknown and imaginative in…

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Pio de Rose: Aquaria

The act of looking has always characterized the relationship between people and animals. However, recent studies have focused on the uniqueness of the environments where this mutual act of looking takes place and how they enhance evocative responses. I visited some of the world’s biggest aquariums to photograph the traces of their surreal settings portraying…

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Portfolio: Emiliano Granado

Emiliano Granado creates lush, travel photographs that embrace its viewers with warm open arms. Granado is one of the creators, alongside Daniel Palsey, of Yonder Journal, a project dedicated to the American wilderness. Shot mostly in medium format, Granado has the ability to catch natural light in such a grandiose way. The landscapes and the…

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