Giasco Bertoli is a photographer and filmmaker, working in Paris since 2000. The cultural currency of his work, since the 1990s, has focused on sports, cinema, youth, music, sexuality, nostaligia, humor, and history.
Morten Barker lives and works in Aarhus, Denmark. He studied Photography at The Surrey Institute of Art and Design in Farnham, England. In his practice he explores amongst others tracks of the military in both existing and fictive landscapes.
Sarah Piegay Espenon (b. 1990) is an artist and designer, and the co-founder of Loose Joints. Her work generally incorporates archival photography and examines at the impulses to collecting and process data.
Mama is an ongoing photography project focusing on Nacho Caravia’s own mother.
Julius G. Neubronner, born 1851 in Kronberg im Taunus as the son of a pharmacist, cultivated a curious passion for photography. In 1907 he patented the design of a camera which could be attached to pigeons and would automatically take pictures during their flight in order to track their journey.
Sascha Weidner (1 August 1974 in Georgsmarienhütte – 9 April 2015 in Norden) was a German photographer and artist, who lived and worked in Belm and Berlin. His work has been exhibited and published internationally.
Lisa Oppenheim (born 1975 in New York City) creates photographs and videos that connect historical imagery and techniques with the present.
Gary Ng is an independent photographer based in Hong Kong. He had an apprenticeship with Ben Lifson and Paola Ferrario.
Kacper Kowalski – architect by education, for the past over 20 years has specialized in aerial photograpy and been a paraglider. The leitmotiv of his work is the observation – often impossible from the ground level – of nature and the changes it undergoes at the hand of man.