Saarinen’s TWA Terminal
 

Saarinen’s TWA Terminal

New York-based – and NY lover – photographer Max Touhey captured the last images of Eero Saarinen’s 1962 terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport before its transformation into an hotel.

 

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Aquatic Benidorm
 

Aquatic Benidorm

Manuel Alvarez Diestro depicts one of the most touristic spot in Spain, seen trough the eye of a tourist in the water, but some tension appears as the water seems to cover the skyscrapers.

 

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26 Gasoline Stations

Roughly 50 years on, Iñaki Bergera’s photographs are skilful examples of the topographical tradition originally inspired by Ed Ruscha to objectively describe territorial signs.

 

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Open Fields
 

Open Fields

French photographer Guillaume Amat explores his country’s landscape with a mirror, creating new perspectives and blurring the boundaries between the real and fiction.

 

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Concrete Memory
 

Concrete Memory

Sara Moiola tells the story of Alberto Burri’s work in Gibellina Vecchia, an open-air cathedral caught in an infinity yard, with the spontaneous vegetation as the only spectator.

 

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Secret code

Carlo Cafferini depicts buildings facades on Pisa’s river Arno sides, covered by wooden boards that the night of June 16th will host thousands of little candles for the celebration of the city’s patron saint.

 

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#SetintheStreet
 

#SetintheStreet

In his ongoing project Justin Bettman brings domestic rooms on New York’s streets creating whimsical images and then offering the scene to pedestrians to enjoy... and post a selfie on Instagram.

 

Photo-essays / Justin Bettman

Playground
 

Playground

With his last project James Mollison collects scenes of laughter, tears, and games from rich and poor schools all around the world, demonstrating the intense experiences which happen in the playground.

 

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Montreal Metro Project

With his ongoing photo series Chris Forsyth captures the beauty of the Montreal’s metro stations, built between the 60s and 70s, each one by a different architect.

 

Photo-essays / Chris Forsyth

Sleeping Towns
 

Sleeping Towns

Lara Bacchiega’s lens captures Bibione, a seaside town on the Adriatic Coast, during the winter season, when it becomes a dormant, suspended town until next summer.

 

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Bicycles in Beijing
 

Bicycles in Beijing

The photographic series Bicycles in Beijing, Now by photographer Xiaomeng Zhao shows the decadence of bicycles as the principal mode of transportation in China; streets are now domain of cars and bicycles are a sign of the socially vulnerable groups.

 

Photo-essays / Xiaomeng Zhao

Singaporean Brothels

This series is part of a broader work by photographer Nguan dedicated to unveil the city’s real soul, challenging the conventional narrative of modern Singapore as a spotless but soulless nation.

 

Photo-essays / Nguan