While refusing to be labelled as a photographer, Hungarian artist Noell Oszvald uses this medium as the raw material through which she channels her emotions.
Over the last few years German photographer Robert Götzfried has focused on photographing the kitch design of vintage bowling alleys across Southern Germany, most of which exist from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s.
Using macro photography, French photographer Pascal Goet highlighted humanesque features found in bug shells. By subtly manipulating and highlighting various details in the shells of beetles and other insects, Goet can help reveal anthropomorphic features hidden without altering any colors.
The MeError project by Leonardo Magrelli collects a series of short circuits, of visual errors. Apparently they are simple photos taken in front of a mirror: we should see ourselves reflected in it, but we don’t, as if we were invisible.
The Amsterdam-based photography duo Freudenthal/Verhagen met back at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy and has been collaborating since 1989. Their signature style is marked by strong links between fashion and art.
‘La Costa Gris’ by Salva Lopez is a photo series showing the melancholic side of the Mediterranean life.
Alone Together is an ongoing photographic project by Aristotle Roufanis, for which the London-based photographer takes photos of large metropoles in a way that only tiny, individual apartment lights are visible.