Batuhan Keskiner: Wonderland

This series includes the artist’s nighttime photographs taken in a small suburb in Norway for six months. The town is unfathomably different from the artist’s habits, daily practices, and the crowded urban setting he was born into, and unrealistically peaceful. It is, almost, a Wonder Land. But the artist takes...

Romeo Alaeff: In der Fremde – Pictures from Home

In der Fremde: Pictures from Home is a cinematic view of Berlin through the lens of an eternal outsider. Framed by Alaeff’s complex cultural background, spanning from Yemen to the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, Poland, Lithuania, Germany, Israel/Palestine, and the United States, the images are tinged with a deep sense...

Vincenzo Labellarte: Omnia Mutantur

Says Vincenzo: Everything changes, through space and time. The cities we live in are a constantly mutating organism stratified during the centuries. Rome, in particular, reveals the traces of its changes: the first defensive walls establishig an impassable limit nowadays go across the main railway station of the city, a...

Moira Ness: Nightscapes

Says Moira: Night-time has always appealed to me. The sun sets and the bustling city slows. People retire indoors to sleep and a hush falls over Toronto, Canada. Lights are turned on and the visual experience of a landscape setting, otherwise in darkness, is transformed. Unseen spatial relationships reveal themselves...

Vesa Pihanurmi: Floating City

These architectural abstractions extract the images of the buildings out of their real world surroundings and place them upon abstract art context. This makes us pay attention to the details, colors and geometry of the partly worn out and even centuries old architecture on a completely different way. The images...

Tony McAteer: City +

Both thrilling and frightening, massive growth of cities is one of the global features of our time. These photographs look at striking city developments in regions that have been at the forefront of this growth. The photographs include brand new skylines, extensive landscaping, ambitious infrastructure, sprawling housing and extravagant architecture....

Michele Vittori: China Cities

A long trip across four major cities in the north of China: Beijing, Xi'an, Xining and Lanzhou offered me the opportunity to assemble this photographic series focusing on the rapid transformation of Chinese urban territory. The series shows the common profile of the cities, the massive urban modernisation, the sharp...

Luca Quagliato: Worst Case Scenario

About his project says Luca: I imagined a deserted city, abandoned by its inhabitants. The worst-case scenario in which the economic crisis has forced citizens to leave the place where they live. It's a work in between the documentation of reality (in some photographs the buildings photographed are truly abandoned,...

Diogo Montes: All Paths Lead to NYC

"All Paths Lead to NYC" is a visual tribute to the city where all cultures converge. An intriguing art experiment where the lines between reality and imagination get (literally) blurred. A new way of exploring the saturated and overly depicted city of New York, inciting curiosity and giving the viewer...

Luca Marianaccio: Buffetto All’italiana

Define exactly what a city signifies is very complicated. The reason is that human habitat is basically instable. Cities are in an ever occurring mutation. We know in every moment that we are urged by the consequences a good or bad architectural environment produces on us: if it didn’t have...