Street photography by Joshua K. Jackson

Street photography by Joshua K. Jackson

Claudia Fuggetti · 4 weeks ago · Photography

Joshua K. Jackson not only knows how to photograph the street in the moment, but he does it damn well, there’s not a picture of him that isn’t interesting. Born in Buckinghamshire, Joshua attended Somerset’s school and then moved to London where he studied economics and finance before working in the city for ten years.

“In August 2016 I started taking street photography, within three months I decided that it was something I had to do… and since then I’ve been practicing fulltime photography”.

The images seem strongly influenced by painting and many of them have a cinematographic slant, which wants to tell the city in a way that is not discontinuous but on the contrary, coherent and poetic. The photographer’s gaze is distinguished by his narrative style, characterized by an ambiguous and almost abstract beauty, which inevitably captures the attention.

The city appears magical and not chaotic, or perhaps it is better to say that it appears chaotically magical and full of mystery, another ingredient present in the artist’s images.

Follow Joshua on Instagram here.

La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
La street photography di Joshua K. Jackson | Collater.al
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Temporarily Censored Home, the project by Guanyu Xu

Temporarily Censored Home, the project by Guanyu Xu

Claudia Fuggetti · 4 weeks ago · Photography

Guanyu Xu is an emerging talent in photography who has recently received several awards for his project Temporarily Censored Home, which the artist himself described as such:

“In Temporarily Censored Home, I secretly placed photographs in my teenage home in Beijing to question the normativity of my parents’ heterosexual space. These images taken in the last four years consist of portraits of me and other gay men in their home environments”.

It is an intimate and public project at the same time, which includes: the One Land To Another project, prints of works of art made in the United States, landscape and environment photographs made in the United States, Europe and China and, finally, pages torn from film and fashion magazines mixed with images of family photo albums.

The power of his artistic gesture is underlined by Guanyu himself, who explains its meaning in detail:

“Through the positioning and stratification of the images, I propose to juxtapose, contradict and collapse space and time, destroying my adolescent home. The images fill the relationship between the personal and the political in the context of the oppressive systems of China and the United States. Although these installations were not permanent, I claimed my Beijing home as a queer space of freedom and temporary protest”.

All you have to do is take a look at our gallery and visit the artist’s website, which you can find here.

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As in a movie, @mild.moon’s Instagram page

As in a movie, @mild.moon’s Instagram page

Claudia Fuggetti · 4 weeks ago · Photography

Jihoon Yang comes from South Korea and on Instagram boasts more than forty thousand followers, who every day follow the updates of her @mild.moon profile. The world of @mild.moon has an elegant beauty, sometimes melancholic, capable of telling a story through strongly cinematographic scenes.

Each image presents maniacal care for light, which cuts faces, reshapes them and always builds a new and fresh sense in each scene. Even the characters portrayed by the artist are recurrent, so much so that they are familiar to us: they can only be the protagonists of a story.

The vibrations and emotions that Jihoon’s profile transmits are enhanced by the search for a credible and never ostentatious expressiveness, which uses natural light and, sometimes, artificial light present in the street.

Follow @mild.moon now and don’t miss our gallery!

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Arnaud Freitas immortalizes Israel with his pictures

Arnaud Freitas immortalizes Israel with his pictures

Claudia Fuggetti · 3 weeks ago · Photography

This is a story suspended in time by the French photographer Arnaud Freitas, who in his new series of images entitled Israel, immortalizes an intimate and reserved space. Israel is a land full of contradictions that the artist tries to bring out through scenes that portray not only the landscapes but also the lifestyle, details and small things that very often escape the attention of the common visitor.

It is a series with a cinematographic slant that tends to communicate a feeling of contemplation, which manages to describe exactly the place take into consideration.

Through these scene-epiphanies, Arnaud reveals his impressions of Israeli culture, maintaining an almost ethereal detachment, which is underlined by the strongly timeless dimension of the entire project.

The most interesting aspect is that the artist’s photographs are not planned or planned, but are modeled within reality, already magical in itself. His story is intimate, authentic, new.

Take a look at Arnaud’s Instagram page here.

Arnaud Freitas immortalizes Israel with his pictures | Collater.al
Arnaud Freitas immortalizes Israel with his pictures | Collater.al
Arnaud Freitas immortalizes Israel with his pictures | Collater.al
Arnaud Freitas immortalizes Israel with his pictures | Collater.al
Arnaud Freitas immortalizes Israel with his pictures | Collater.al
Arnaud Freitas immortalizes Israel with his pictures | Collater.al
Arnaud Freitas immortalizes Israel with his pictures | Collater.al
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Photographer Shannon Tomasik’s diary film

Photographer Shannon Tomasik’s diary film

Claudia Fuggetti · 3 weeks ago · Photography

Shannon Tomasik is a photographer from Grand Haven, Michigan, who doesn’t just shoot; her constant need that comes from deep down and that led her to conceive Instagram as an intimate and intense diary.

The artist writes with light using a 35 mm film camera, to produce shots that are then shared on social networks: yes, because sharing becomes an important, indispensable phase, which reinforces the dense scenes of emotional charge that Shannon captures.

Suspended moments, memories and reflections, the relationship of love-hate with one’s own body, the pursuit of light, perhaps an elusive hope. Shannon Tomasik has to share her pain, the emptiness of a room, the emotion of being with someone, and she does so using a cinematic aesthetic, which she herself has often called almost indie.

If you haven’t done so yet, take a look at the artist’s Instagram profile here.

Il film diary della fotografa Shannon Tomasik | Collater.al
Il film diary della fotografa Shannon Tomasik | Collater.al
Il film diary della fotografa Shannon Tomasik | Collater.al
Il film diary della fotografa Shannon Tomasik | Collater.al
Il film diary della fotografa Shannon Tomasik | Collater.al
Il film diary della fotografa Shannon Tomasik | Collater.al
Il film diary della fotografa Shannon Tomasik | Collater.al
Il film diary della fotografa Shannon Tomasik | Collater.al
Il film diary della fotografa Shannon Tomasik | Collater.al
Il film diary della fotografa Shannon Tomasik | Collater.al
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