Linear Environments

Having worked as a freelance illustrator for years, Recchia now focuses on the banality of everyday life, looking at the forms of the urban environment. 

A Journey into Myth

For Joachim Hildebrand’s latest series, he travelled through the seven states of the American southwest – a visual journey through myth and reality.

Metaphoric Beachscapes

Valentina Loffredo’s images draw a parallel between our life and a seascape and observes what happens after a sudden and unexpected storm.

Exploring Suburbia

Thomas Jordan is an American photographer, living and working in Illinois. He finds inspiration in Chicago Suburbs, looking for moments of clarity.

Global Signifiers

Sam Johnson finds satisfaction in creating beauty through perceivable mundanity. The images introduce viewers into Jungian landscapes.

Nostalgic Disposition

Large format photographers from the 1960s and 1970s granted Matt Porch his main inspiration – the resulting works both glamourise and simplify streets.

Foreboding Compositions

Francois Ollivier’s approach is based on wandering and accepting the impromptu, magnifying the most common things into the poignant or magnificent.

Theatrical Scenes

Giacomo Infantino’s work uses staged scenes to evoke intimate and personalised narratives. The featured images outline places in Varese.

Fleeting Moments

Monty Kaplan fluctuates between modes of working. Colour is rendered as an emotive backdrop, carrying a sense of joy and woeful nostalgia.

Elevated Palettes

Gianfilipo di Rossi finds precision and inspiration in the composition of the city’s architecture, with works that are a harmonious exertion of form.

Meditative Sandscapes

Since 2011, Luca Tombolini has been drum scanning and printing on large scale prints, creating real-life scenes taken from long solo trips in remote areas.

Subtle Nuances

Finding beauty in simplicity, Branko Goncalves finds inspiration within the digital realm and building upon everyday image-making as a reflective medium. 

Brutalist Encounters

Marietta Varga’s practice is based upon spatial context, symbolism and affective colour schemes, offering intimate and uncanny compositions.

Summer Tones

Inspired by femininity, summer vibes and tropical motifs, Adrienne Raquel’s work is playful and vibrant whilst communicating a sense of hazy nostalgia.

Urban Iconographies

Natalie Christensen’s 25-year career as a psychotherapist informs her practice as an artist; each image reflects deeper conceptual thoughts.

Serene Minimalism

Living in a village by the sea near Lisbon, Tesera Freitas started out as a designer with a camera. Her works offers a place where fantasy meet aesthetics.

Evoking Memories

Conjuring a bygone spirit of Americana, Phil Donohue’s works reflect a sense of stippling anonymity and recession on Route 66.

American Symbolism

Dino Kuznik’s images offer a psychological plane of reflection and organisation, which rely on simplicity, and at times, humour.

Celebrating Simplicity

Jon Setter’s images feature geometric fragments, eradicating all structural complexities and conveying a simplified, poetic expression of surrounding spaces.

Mesmerising Skylines

Focusing on hazy, in-between spaces, Andria Darius Pancrazi’s works blend between light and darkness through pastel skylines and clean structures.