Jeffrey de Keyser about his ongoing series Belgitudes.
Antonio Garcia Andres, Barcelona
Gavin and Gareth Bragdon, better known as the “Bragdon Brothers”.
Francesco Gioia about street photography in London
Arsenio Jr Nidoy about himself
Giedo van der Zwan about his project “Pier to Pier” and photographing in public
Kerem Nasipoglu about living and photographing in Istanbul.
Gustavo Rosas and Gonzalo Gómez from Montevideo, Uruguay, about their project “Shot” and their approach in Street Photography.
Marco Franchina from L.A. about his project “Curbside”, photographed out of his car window in the city with the most Drive-by shootings in the world.
“Live life and make photographs, not make photographs to live life”. Michelle Chan, photographer from Hong Kong, about her series and her motto for photography.
James Featherstone photographs life in St. Petersburg, ‘the saddest city in America’* to deepen his perception of the country.
“Where people are together, but actually on their own.” Vladimir Stepanov captures people’s emotions in the Moscow subway.
“I love photographing on the streets because I like to capture people who walk around in my day.” Sofie Gheysens dives into the lives of strangers.
Zisis Kardianos and his experience of blending in the crowd of young and uncontrolled tourists.
Anang Hanafi kindly share with us some photos from his ongoing street photography series ‘Fragmentary’.
Julie Hrudova is documenting the life of herons at Albert Cuyp Market, the most popular market in Amsterdam and in the Netherlands.
Adam Isfendiyar and the experience of sleeping on the street with the homeless in Tokyo.
Willem de Kam and Joost Leek are documenting the Dutch way of life by photographing often excessively decorated front yards.
Christopher Voss, Street Photographer from New York, kindly shares with us a selection from his Street Photography series “Bad Weather” for the deep dive segement.
Eugene Schemilin, Street Photographer from Siberia, Russia, takes us on a trip through his hometown Norilsk, located in the continuous permafrost zone.