Claudia Cuomo

Battle of Algiers is referred to the battle symbol of 50-60s war, starting migratory flux from Algeria to France. An Algerian wedding of a very young couple in which guests and relatives show that there’s nothing warmer and joyful then the celebration of two families connecting each others in folklore, dancing and tradition.

Jad Jadsada

This ongoing photo series is called “Piece by piece” which I’ve been collecting them for about 3 years since I started shooting street photography. I looked for the connection between people and their surroundings in strangely satisfying ways. I still enjoy these photos whenever I look at them.

Daniele Prontera

It is more than photography, more than taking a picture. The world changes shape, the eye becomes the lens itself. coincidences come up, the weird sides of the daily life appear, colours connect to each other and in the end, you realize it is just illusion because it happens in the blink of an eye.

Gianis Angelakis

The image that most people have of places that are touristic destinations, like my city, is caricaturistic. But life goes on, with and without tourists. There are different people with different kind of stories to tell. And it is not always shiny. Sometimes it can even snow.

Jack Simon

I recently published People of Earth a small book of unposed and unplanned images of terrestrial life taken in the past 4 years. My ideal is finding scenes that might stimulate different stories in the minds of my viewers. Here are 10 from the book.