Urban spaces have always been significant sources of inspiration for photographers for a very good reason; the dwelling places of much of humanity provide intensified experiences of how we shape our environment and how we live in the environment we create for ourselves. Cities offer a bounty of visual stimuli for the eye and the camera to catch. The structural beauty of the still lines and shapes of the buildings and streets provide for exciting compositions. The ever-changing swirl of the streets challenges us to capture precious passing moments. Cities show an entirely different face during the day and with the lights on at night. There are endless ways of portraying the life of the inhabitants of cities, endless ways for photographers to construct their unique interpretations of what cities mean for them.
Dóra Tikos: Untitled
Paula Haapalahti: Meeting
Fréderic Mahy: Oxford Street woman
Jens Wilhelmi: Vienna corner
Emese Altnőder (Budapest, Hungary), Márta Borsay (Budapest, Hungary), Hsien-Chih Chuang (Taipei, Taiwan), Diane Cockerill (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Jorge Fusaro Martínez (San Juan, Puerto Rico), Paula Haapalahti (Vantaa, Finland), Mark Indig (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Fréderic Mahy (Brussels, Belgium), Trevor Messersmith (Marlboro, NY, USA) Nancy Oliveri (New York, NY, USA), Kinga Owczennikow (Nowa Ruda, Poland), David Rentería (Mexico City, Mexico), Marian Rubin (Montclair, NJ, USA), Wil Scott (Annapolis, MD, USA), Motonori Shimizu (Nagoya, Japan), Dóra Tikos (Budapest, Hungary), Vágó-Lévai Katalin (Tatabánya, Hungary), David Verberckt (Budapest, Hungary), Jens Wilhelmi (Hamburg, Germany)
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