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Jonė Reed, a London-based fine art photographer, muse and visionary who describes photography as “the expression of artistic freedom,” while creating black-and-white images that are both haunting and inspiring.

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Winner of the 2015 National Photographic Portrait Prize in Australia, Hoda Afshar is a Melbourne-based documentary photographer who has completed a bachelor’s degree in Fine Art–Photography and currently works as a lecturer at Photography Studies College in Melbourne. Born in Tehran, Iran, Hoda’s work reflects her relationship with her homeland while confronting issues of representation, displacement and identity politics.

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Anonymous Japanese Master, Issei Suda 須田 一政, born 24 April 1940 – 7 March 2019 was a Japanese photographer who „combined a pure appreciation of Japanese customs with a sharp investigative eye„.

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Born in 1975 Parkano, Finland Lives and works in Helsinki Jari Silomäki is a photographer with a special focus on the narrative documentary genre. The central reiterating subject of his works throughout the years has been the relationship between individuals and the bigger historical narratives of which they are a part. All of his projects are open-ended, so, they have a long time span and I prefer to take on different projects simultaneously. Jari Silomäki is a doctoral student at Aalto University, and are looking into possible ways of directing people in photographs, which I contrast to the theories of directing actors in the theatre.

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PHOTOGRAPHY, DIRECTION & EDITS by STEPHANE CHARPENTIER
SOUNDTRACK with OISEAUX-TEMPÊTE
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Zehntausende Menschen streifen auf den Straßen umher und machen Fotos, die sie hinterher mit dem Tag #streetphotography ins Netz stellen. Kaum ein Foto-Genre ist so allgegenwärtig – und stößt doch auf so wenig Resonanz.

Straßenfotografie ist inzwischen so ein mehrdeutiger Überbegriff in der Welt der Fotografie, dass er eigentlich keinen Sinn mehr ergibt. Das brillante und altehrwürdige Werk großer Fotografen wie Henri Cartier-Bresson, Walker Evans, Vivian Maier, Robert Frank, Josef Koudelka, Elliott Erwitt, Joel Meyerowitz und Mary Ellen Mark ist im selben Topf gelandet wie hunderttausende stumpfe, abgedroschene, verdeckt aufgenommene Bilder von wahllosen Fremden, die unverbesserliche Fotografen jeden Tag knipsen.

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