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Caleb Stein

Down by the Hudson. I don’t know what post-industrial decline means. It is a vague notion in my head. Boarded-up homes, the husk of dead factories with broken windows and overgrown grass, businesses gone to seed.

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interCollective

interCollective. In 2016 we formed interCollective because of an affinity with each other’s work and the belief we would gel as a team. Our desire was to curate together, and so began @interCollective on Instagram.

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Stéphane Deleersnijder

Moroccan wanderings. “Moroccan wanderings” is a work done in Morocco during two trips. This series is a work still in progress as it will lead to an exhibition and a book next year. My objective is to transcribe in my photographs the atmosphere of an artistic trend that is dear to me: magical realism.

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Olivier Bekaert

Con Su Permisso. In 2012 i made a road trip through Argentina followed by a public transport trip through Bolivia, Peru and Panama. For 4 months my only occupation was taking photographs. This is a small selection.

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Jayarop Piyapramote

Manga world. I love manga since I was a child. Now I try to take a photo shot in the real world to look as same as the drawing in Manga. Sometime if we are lucky, we might found someone with a weird character on the street. But sometimes we create that person in our mind just like we draw our own Manga in the real world.

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Michael Goldrei

Street Photography. The photos presented here are some of the favorite shots I’ve taken since I started out in street photography in 2011 and feature in my recent book ‘chromorama’. I find a color to be one of the most important components in a photograph, and that it can add hugely to its emotional aspect. I take inspiration from many art forms, with the work of other photographers, illustrators, theatre, cinema, and even computer games all being part of the thought process when taking these shots.

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Gokhan Gokcay

Follow me to the shadows of the cave. In this modern world, Instagram screens are the walls of our caves, where everyone is happy, charismatic, and beautiful. It is hard to recognize the reality. We are all too busy to see it or to feel it.

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Sagi Kortler

Where dirt meets water. “Where dirt meets water” is how comedian Bill Hicks described the beach, it’s a place where surrealism is at it’s beat.

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