Today’s submission is by Thomas Spieler (1989) from Berlin.
Rineke Dijkstra is one of the most renowned Dutch photographers. She got her education from the Rietveld Academy and her first solo exhibition took place in 1984 at de Moor in Amsterdam. Dijsktra’s photographs have appeared in numerous international exhibitions.
After some years assisting in photo studios in Frankfurt Sebastian Schramm (1975) studied communication design at the University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt where he finished his undergraduate studies in photo design and attained his diploma in communication design.
Sherif Elhage was born on the 25th of March 1980 in Leningrad and raised between Lebanon and Russia by his Russian-Estonian mother and Lebanese father. This autodidact photographer employs no corrective methods to his photography.
Hannah Hayes (b. 1990) spent the first eighteen years of her life living in the Green Mountains of Vermont. Her close relationship to the natural world is demonstrated throughout her photographic and mixed-media work.
One of the most striking series of work by Wolfram Hahn is A Disenchanted Playroom (2006). The children shown in this series are watching television.
Paolo Morales is a photographer and BFA candidate at the Art Institute of Boston. He has exhibited work at the Museum of Modern Art, Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography, C Street Gallery, Trevor Day School and Gallery 44 in Toronto,
Alex Morvan’s series Super Paradise is an attempt to capture seaside leisure environments when they are in low activity mode, to observe what remains of those places when few people are around
A diverse submission by Lorena Strohner.
Sander Meisner is a self-taught photographer (Amsterdam, 1979) living and working in Amsterdam. He photographs the sleeping infrastructure of the urban environment, shooting in the middle of the night he often goes out at ten or eleven, photographing until sunrise.
Maarten Kuypers (1979) enjoys photographers like William Eggleston, Joel Sternfeld & Rob Hornstra and is always looking to connect the dots out in the world.
Ashley Anthony is a self taught photographer who is passionate about her work. Growing up in the nostalgic South has attributed much to her stylistic approach. Through photography, Ashley is able to articulate how she sees the world: in vivid