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Hula Seaside Murals in in Hawaii

Hula Seaside Murals

New York based Hawaiian artist Sean Yoro aka HULA, paints murals while floating on his paddle board placing them just above water level so they seem to emerge from it.
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Waiting | Erwin Olaf

Erwin Olaf is presenting his new series titled “Waiting” at the Flatland Gallery in Amsterdam. The photographer tackles an unavoidable element of everyday life; waiting.
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HASSAN HAJJAJ, COURTESY OF ROSE ISSA PROJECTS, COLLECTION OF LACMA, CALIFORNIA

Hassan Hajjaj | My Rock Stars Experimental

After his Kesh Angels series, Hassan Hajjaj is back with a new project called My Rock Stars Experimental. The photographer uses the same colorful dazzling style to portray nine international musicians.
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Sacha Goldberger | Super Flemish

Super Flemish by Sacha Goldberger

It seems that photographer Sacha Goldberger has a curious questions on his mind: what if Superman was born in the sixteenth century? or what if the Hulk was a Duke? and even how might Van Eyck have portrayed Snow White? so he created the Super Flemish series setting the present day heroes and villains in the 17th century.
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Peter Lindbergh at the Gagosian Paris

Gagosian Paris is displaying photographs by Peter Lindbergh spanning on the last three decades. The exhibition, the first in Paris in more than ten years, will also coincide with the artist 70th birthday.
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Autoportrait with Saskia, Paris, 2011. © Paolo Roversi

Paolo Roversi Secrets at Camera Obscura Gallery

Paolo Roversi is undeniably one of the most influential studio portraiture photographer. Galerie Camera Obscura in Paris is displaying a selection representing the essence of his work: portraits, nudes, self-portraits and fashion photography.

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Irving Penn | Resonance

Palazzo Grassi is organising the first major exhibition dedicated to Irving Penn in Italy. “Resonance” is curated by Pierre Apraxine and Matthieu Humery and brings together 130 photographs of the american artist taken between the end of the 1940s and the mid-1980s.

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Dream Sequence by Madame Peripetie

Madame Peripetie, a London based photographer, has created a long-term photographic book project called Dream Sequence. The series “oscillates around the portraiture of unconventional fictional figures seen at the crossroads between fashion, photography, performance and art”
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The Nenets, Siberia.

Jimmy Nelson | Before They Pass Away, The Last Tribesmen

In his book, Jimmy Nelson documents members of 20 threatened indigenous cultures throughout the world—while they’re still with us. The photographer thinks the purity of humanity exists and it is there in the mountains, the ice fields, the jungle, along the rivers and in the valleys.

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Kirk Crippens | Quirky Photos With the Glorious Residents of Portland

Portraitlandia by Kirk Crippens

The comedy show Portlandia is meant to be a caricature of the town; a place that has become the condensed receptacle for America’s stereotypes of alternative living. San Francisco photographer Kirk Crippens wanted to test this narrative by meeting real people during a five-week photography fellowship in the Rose City.

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Marta & Emma

Identical | Portraits of Twins by Martin Schoeller

After his book Close Up; an extremely up-close portraits collection of celebrities, photographer Martin Schoeller is publishing a new one in which he has captured twins (along with triplets and quadruplets) exposing the subtle differences that make these would-be mirror images unmistakably individual.

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