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Liz Long | Cover | Liz Long (b. 1989), residing in Colorado, is a self-taught photographer, internationally exhibited, and winner of numerous awards. Her work mainly focuses on conceptual portrait and still life photography, achieving a minimalist and playful aesthetic while exploring weighty themes.
Jerry Takigawa | Balancing Cultures | Jerry Takigawa, an independent photographer, designer, curator, and writer, uses his talent to reflect on cultural duality and the intersection of identities. With a solid artistic background and an impressive track record, Takigawa offers a unique perspective on the tensions between cultures and how these balance and collide with each other.
Elisa Miller | The Other | French photographer Elisa Miller uses a vintage and colorful aesthetic to explore questions of identity, self-perception, and the representation of women. With recognitions such as “Fine Art Photographer of the Year” at the Px3 in 2022 and “People’s Photographer of the Year” at the prestigious International Photography Awards in 2021, her work resonates both aesthetically and thematically.
Nadide Goksun | My Father´s Toys | Turkish-American artist Nadide Goksun primarily works with photography and ceramics, integrating these two mediums to create artworks that challenge perception and function. Her work has been exhibited in numerous exhibitions, and her approach to photography is as original as it is refreshing.
Amadeusz Świerk | The Miracle District | Amadeusz Świerk (born in 1995), based in Wrocław, Poland, strives to be an honest witness to the world. His work is often oriented towards minorities – social, ethnic, religious, and seeks to raise awareness about excluded, underrepresented environments.
Sandro Matarrelli | Outer Dark | Sandro Matarrelli, born in Switzerland in 1976 from Italian emigrated parents, finds in street photography a way to capture the involuntary and unintended beauty of the streets and alleyways of Asian cities.