Max Pinckers (b.1988, BE) is an artist based in Brussels, Belgium. His oeuvre explores visual strategies in documentary photography. . He is winner of the Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2018.
Born in Berkeley, and raised in the suburb of Walnut Creek, Mimi Plumb received her Master of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1986. Over the years, Mimi has explored a wide range of subjects; Landfall, Dark Days, and the City, photographs from the 1980s, picture an American dystopia.
Andrew Waits (b. 1983) is a native of the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. He studied Political Science and Communications at the University of Washington and recently completed his MFA in photography at the University of Hartford.
Born in New Delhi and now living in London, Sunil Gupta is an artist, writer and activist. He has a MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art, and is currently studying towards a doctorate at the University of Westminster.
Sebastián Bruno (Buenos Aires, 1989). BA in Documentary Photography, University of South Wales, Newport (UK). His work has been exhibited in festivals and galleries in India, UK and Italy. Duelos y Quebrantos is his first book.
Spanish born, Álvaro Laiz specialises in anthropological and environmental photography frequently in some of the most remotes zones of the world.
For over twenty years Mexican photographer José de Jesús “Chucho” León Hernández has been documenting Mexico City’s vibrant music scene.
Sanne van den Elzen is an artist who applies photography and video to question role patterns, behaviour and rules. She is interested in tradition versus ritual, in rules versus autonomy. Her work exists of restructuring and reconstructing (existing) images.