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Kyle Souder

Is this real? It’s a long term project comprised of daily observations made primarily in the city of Portland, Oregon and the surrounding suburbs to the east and south.

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William Mark Sommer

Lost Highway. America the land of highways, where the car was king and the open road lay ahead. The American dream was seen along these endless highways, but as progress came it also lead to the downfall of this American tradition.

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Francesco Lopazio

Hacking Daily Life. The work originates from my computer studies; more precisely from the term “hacking” which can refer more generically to those situations in which it is necessary to use creativity and imagination.

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Giuseppe Andretta

Scarf├Ęs self-injury in tcharmil subculture. Tcharmil means, in the Moroccan dialect, a spicy meat stew marinated with different spices. Recently, however, it is used to indicate the teenagers subculture that has become particularly widespread in large cities such as Casablanca and Fes.

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Dan Jarvis

Alone. Dan Jarvis has put a series of street images together to highlight a fragmented and lonely part of society in London. Even in the heart of the City, at the busiest times, he observes the solitary travelers making their way through the streets.

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Emmanuel Monzon

URBANSPRAWL, Emptiness. Through my urban sprawl series, I want to photograph the in-between state found in the American landscape. So I capture places of transition, borders, passages from one world to another: am I leaving a city or entering a new environment?

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Nikolay Dutkin

Republic 21. This project is my research of the territories of my native republic (Chuvashia), one of the regions of the Russian Federation. The pages will contain photos of residents in one of the many moments of their lives.

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Andrey Glazkov

Baku, Azerbaijan. For the last few years, I have been working on a project titled ÔÇťStreet photography spotlight on Baku, AzerbaijanÔÇŁ. This project started as a challenge.

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