Photographer Coco Capitàn and her debut book "Middle Point Between My HOUSE and China" is a wonderful and unique travel photo diary of where she explores the city through strange yet intimate experiences. Her photography is accompanied by her personal writings which give off a journalistic approach.
Her narrative captures China's realities, among them the preconceived notions which she had held since childhood. It's China through the eyes and experiences of Capitàn. Her audience gets to fit in her shoes.
Her images are displayed in story form -- beginning with a time warp -- her childhood in Seville, in a back garden, where she describes China as the most remote place in the world for her. China symbolizes her desire to flee and pursue her future and goals; her house represents her present reality.
The "middle point" refers to the new space that appears when you look at something differently from your daily life.
The young Spanish photographer Coco Capitán made her breakthrough by incorporating her handwriting in her photography, forming a diaristic oeuvre. Now famous, she collaborates with fashion houses to do the same with her endeavor in filmmaking.
When photography is your passion then no other commitments can hold you back from experimenting and creating an incredible piece of art. Tasneem, despite her professional and personal obligations, manages to sneak in photography and captures splendid moments with her camera.
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Lola Rossi is a French photographer capturing all at once the intimate inner world, the strengths and the struggles of the characters she illustrates in her work. In a new series of pictures shot with the Lomo'Instant Automat, Lola works with bold contrasts, colors and compositions, highlighting the intricate complexity of a generation growing up.
Film is alive and kicking as passionate lovers of film photography continue to support a medium that was once accused of being dead. Japanese photographer Mii Yatogi lives on the analogue grind, capturing her daily life and whatever else that inspires her in 35mm.
Photography as a medium evolved more than just as a way of documenting and capturing real life. It became an avenue for creation and release of fiction. In Erika Zolli's photography, she translates her cognitions into surreal images.