Alex Kahl


Alex Kahl
Writer,
Interviewer
—Amsterdam
 







Caleb Stein


London-born photographer Caleb Stein moved to Poughkeepsie in 2012, a small town in Dutchess County, a two hour drive north of New York, to attend Vassar college, one of the most respected liberal arts colleges in the nation. Poughkeepsie has a population of less than 50,000, and before he arrived there to study Art History, Caleb couldn’t have foreseen the monumental effect the quaint little town would have on his life.


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Yoriyas


When Yoriyas’ dance career was cut short by a serious knee injury in 2013, he turned his attention to photography. It soon replaced breakdance as his form of expression. As he says, “my camera became a part of my body.” He started photographing his home of Casablanca, exploring the city that has inspired him the most, and attempting to show its true face.


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Max Leiva


Max Leiva grew up in Guatemala City. A restless child, he took some time to find his passion. After a long and winding road, taking him from cycling at the olympics to working as a mason's assistant in a cold military barracks in the mountains, he finally found his calling in sculpture.


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Tom van Schelven


For In Flight, Tom van Schelven took a troupe of acrobats to the Atlantis Dunes in South Africa, photographing them backflipping over sand dunes and tumbling through the air against a backdrop of brilliant blue skies. 


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Hayahisa Tomiyasu


During the summer of 2011, Hayahisa Tomiyasu began to observe a ping-pong table from his window, as people were using it for all manner of weird and wonderful things. Photographing the table became an obsession for Hayahisa. Each day, he would wake up and immediately set up his camera and tripod at the window. He cancelled appointments. He skipped social events. He even spent almost an entire Christmas and New Year in his flat so as not to miss any ping-pong portraits. 


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Alex Kahl
Amsterdam