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The Distance that Exist © Leandro Guardado, sélectionné en novembre 2013

Every weekend, The Eye of Photography dedicates itself to the portfolios of its readers. By publishing the best portfolios, the magazine enables photographers around the world to show case their photographs.

Michael Augustin
Ils sont parmi nous

France, written by La Rédaction / The Staff

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Ils sont parmi nous © Michael Augustin

Organized in parallel of  the "Design Biennial" of Saint-Etienne, the event "Lyon City Design" invested in 2015 the district of the Part-Dieu. With the desire to represent the contribution of urban design, the event hosted the photo exhibition Michael Augustine's "They are among us" .

Patrick Gilliéron Lopreno
Monastères

France, written by La Rédaction / The Staff

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Monastères © Patrick Gilliéron Lopreno

According to a report in Swiss prisons, the Geneva photographer Patrick Gilliéron Lopreno continues to work on places exempt from ordinary advertising.

Marie-Sophie Leturcq
Tokyo

France, written by La Rédaction / The Staff

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Tokyo © Marie-Sophie Leturcq

What could be further from nature as a human in a megalopolis?
I focused my photographic work on the human city in the middle of the architecture that builds up.

Fabrice Eola
Je suis vieux et je vous emmerde

France, written by La Rédaction / The Staff

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je suis vieux je vous emmerde © Eola
My look is free
I don't look for what I am interested in
I am trying forms, lokks, approaches, various people I know.

Jocelyne Forgeot
Etretat un jour de grande marée

France, written by La Rédaction / The Staff

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© Jocelyne Forgeot

The light was changing, giving an atmosphere of a drama or laughing at the beach.

Anastasia Bogomolova
Lookbook

Kazakhstan, written by La Rédaction / The Staff

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Lookbook © Anastasia Bogomolova

I’m looking at old cosmetic bag to discover my mother's lipstick, eye shadows and blushes, which she used to enjoy when she was a little older than I’m today. I’m pulling out of the closet a suitcase with shoes to find a pair of her unprocurable Yugoslav sandals bought back in the 1980s. I’m turning over a pile of boxes in the family barn to find all of my mother’s former clothes and my elder sister’s costumes. Mostly colorful dresses acquired in the soviet department stores and stitched in some atelier or at home.

Romuald & Pj
La vie de Monsieur Bidule.

France, written by La Rédaction / The Staff

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Bidule, art contemporain, Nucléaire © Romuald & Pj

I don’t talk about myself but about a certain oneself. I don’t have any problem because I have no psychology - therefore I’m happy like an empty shell. I have a family and lots of friends. I spend my vacations by the sea or in the mountain and I do my shopping at the hypermarket.

Peter Day
Pictures of My Father

United States, written by La Rédaction / The Staff

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© Peter Day

The project Pictures of My Father is a response to the death of my father, George Day, in 2008. My images and work as an artist are primarily concerned with the banal and everyday, so I make images, which are of my immediate locations, geographies and personal anonymities.