Giulia Gr is an Italian artist based in Berlin working mainly with photography and self portraiture, focusing on issues of identity, sexuality, intimacy and self love. The pictures are an extract from a visual diary Guilia created during a time of self isolation this spring together with her partner.
Today we celebrate the LGBTQ+ community with Arden and their wonderful photo series, SERES / BEINGS. It's about the visibility and the beauty of each individual and the diversity that God has brought to this earth… or some other wacky alien.
Amanda Björn is an artist and curator interested in the connection between bodies and space. FRANK AND FELIX is an ongoing photo series exploring the friendship between Felix and Frank in Havana, Cuba, celebrating love, friendship, and sexual freedom amidst a political backdrop of an embargo that has excluded the island from the rest of the world for the last sixty years.
Yan Yufeng, born and raised in Chengdu, China, is an artist based in Milan and Shanghai. In his ongoing long-term project BOY COMFORT ZOOM, observing and exploring modern masculinity, he portraits boys and men from all over the world in places familiar to them - the models themselves pick the location for the shoot.
Andrew Kung, born in San Francisco and based in Brooklyn, NY, is a photographer who, through his images, aims to portray and celebrate Asian American beauty as a normalized beauty. In his first fashion, narrative photo book, THE ALL-AMERICAN, he aimed to redefine what it meant to be masculine and American in the context of the desexualized Asian man.
In his new book, Florian Hetz puts together two images – two worlds, a dialogue between two opposites or two photos that tell a story. We did a little interview with him to dive into his universe and to hear what he has to say about his new book ZWEI.