1001 Street Chairs of Cairo
 

1001 Street Chairs of Cairo

Manar Moursi and David Puig Sidewalk Salon: 1001 Street Chairs of Cairo is a photographic survey on the creative practices of design in the public space in Egypt’s capital.

 

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This Really Happened
 

This Really Happened

Luca Picardi’s photoessay focuses on the outskirts of Genoa, Italy, enlightening the lack of any immediately identifiable anthropological dimension that reveals clear urban design failures.

 

Photo-essays / Luca Picardi

Iconic Geography

Images by the duo Andreana Scanderbeg and Alexander Sauer – on show at Anteprima D’Arte Contemporanea, Roma – tell control technologies and the industrial paysage as part of the contemporary architecture’s beauty.

 

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Performance Spaces
 

Performance Spaces

In his photo-series New York-based photography Colin Miller explores the assortment of designs that depend on the context of each community the theaters represent.

 

Photo-essays

Postolímpica
 

Postolímpica

Two decades after the Olympic Games hosted by Barcelona, Pol Masip recounts with his photo-essay the archaeological remains of an ephemeral sportive concentration.

 

Photo-essays / Pol Masip

Made in China Diary

Made in China Diary is a project initiated by the Swiss designer pair Anaïde Gregory Studio. It is first and foremost a travel log retracing a five-month journey through manufacturing China.

 

Photo-essays

New Cairo
 

New Cairo

Manuel Alvarez Diestro’s New Cairo is a project born observing for five years the disastrous ecological and social consequences of the conquest of the desert by new housing estates near the Egyptian metropolis of Cairo.

 

Photo-essays / Manuel Alvarez Diestro

Ettore Moni: Suburbia
 

Ettore Moni: Suburbia

With this series of black and white urban landscapes, taken in the European cities of Genoa and Bilbao, Ettore Moni aims to raise some questions about the shape of those cities, the idea of space lying behind them, the role and freedom of space left for us human beings inside them.

 

Photo-essays / Ettore Moni

Fabrice Fouillet: Colosses

With Colosses Fabrice Fouillet asks himself how the monumental commemorative statues can fit in the landscapes, despite their excessive dimensions and their symbolic and traditional functions.

 

Photo-essays / Fabrice Fouillet

Belvedere
 

Belvedere

With Belvedere Catherine Hyland examines the notion of ‘beauty’ within contemporary understandings of landscape, particularly as embedded in those sites specifically constructed as places of leisure.

 

Photo-essays / Catherine Hyland

Silent Night
 

Silent Night

Markus Henttonen’s Silent Night is a series of photographs of brightly lighted houses in the empty neighbourhoods of L.A. It is Christmas but it feels eerie and dark.

 

Photo-essays / Markus Henttonen

The Politics of the Office

London Gallery West host the exhibition “The Politics of the Office”, a photographic research project conducted by Andreia Alves de Oliveira that offers a rare opportunity to witness images of offices in the City and Canary Wharf that are largely inaccessible to the general public.

 

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