citylikeyou: Interview with Aurélien Aumond

Posted by Fabio 3 March 2020

Lyon-based architecture photographer Aurélien Aumond talked to us about photography, architecture, creativity, and living and working in Lyon. Plus a selection of his favourite places.

Read the full interview here

Strangely Familiar by Photographer Elise Kirk

Posted by Fabio 21 February 2020

Elise Kirk is a photofilmic artist and educator. Raised in mid-Missouri, she has long been marked by the interior landscape of her tangled Midwest, which acts as a central stage in her work. read more

Erik Östensson

Posted by Fabio 14 February 2020

The Swedish photographer Erik Östensson is known for his surrealistic, deceptively simple, and unique pictorial compositions. His poetically performative images reveal an emotional interplay in the depiction of the interaction between people, objects, and landscapes. read more

Midwest Sentimental by Nathaniel Grann

Posted by Fabio 10 February 2020

Midwest Sentimental is a photobook by Nathaniel Grann, a photographer and photo editor from Minnesota currently living in Los Angeles, CA. read more

Fabien Fourcaud – Off Season

Posted by Fabio 24 January 2020

Every winter, seaside resorts built for summer activities are abandoned by vacationers. If the concept of « territory » means a relationship between the people and a specific space, what does it mean if this territory stops to be frequented and used? read more

Florent Tanet

Posted by Fabio 21 January 2020

Florent Tanet is a French photographer and art director working and living in Paris . In 2013 he devoted himself exclusively to photography and art direction with a strong interest for still-life. read more

Robin Lopvet and Léo Aupetit – Inde & 100

Posted by Fabio 17 January 2020

A selection of photographs taken from the Inde & 100 series by Léo Aupetit and Robin Lopvet. For their first collaboration, photographer and artist Robin Lopvet and Léo Aupetit fantasize about how precise memories could be erased to make way for mythology. read more

Silvia Rosi – Self Portrait as my Mother

Posted by Fabio 16 January 2020

Silvia Rosi’s work explores her personal family history drawing on her Togolaise heritage, and the idea of origins. Her mother, who has been the source of inspiration for much of her previous work, plays a central role in this project read more