All posts by "Elisabetta Carli"

Elisabetta Carli is the photo Editor of Positive Magazine. Graduated in graphic design and art direction in Milan, she's currently studing Swedish Film and Television Culture at Stockholm University.

Stacy Kranitz’s first solo show at Little Big Man features a collection of photographs taken over the course of multiple years at Skatopia in southern Ohio. The images will be on view alongside a feature length film about her relationship with a young man named Jerimy who she met while working on the series of […]

Urban photojournalism project #Dysturb opens our eyes to the challenging images we all too often ignore. The Syrian refugee. The African migrant. The Palestinian child standing in front of a destroyed home. As a society, we have somehow grown desensitised to these images of suffering. Powerful photographs of individual human tragedies become repeated types – […]

Where do you come from? I grew up nearby Bruges, Belgium. Tell us a bit more about your self. I am soon turning twenty-two. I would say that I have a quite poetic way of seeing the world around me. I like to sublimate things and I believe that beauty can be authentic too. There […]

Vivian Maier – Street Photographer 7 November 2014 – 28 January 2015 in Foam, Amsterdam. Vivian Maier, Street Photographer is a retrospective exhibition featuring the work of a female street photographer whose impressive oeuvre was only discovered at the end of her life – and then immediately caused a worldwide sensation. Vivian Maier (New York, […]

Gustavo Gomes  is a brazilian photographer based in Sao Paulo and part of the Street-Photographers and the SelvaSP collective. Tell us more about your self. Where you live? And what do you do for a living?  I’m a 32 year old guy living in Sao Paulo, Brazil. I work as an image researcher and I’m still an […]

Robert Mapplethorpe was one of the great masters of art photography. He produced highly stylised black and white portraits, nudes and still lifes. The exhibition, organized by the Reunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais, with the cooperation of the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation in New York and in association with the Musée Rodin, presents over 250 works making it one of the largest retrospective […]

Pictures by Lauren Withrow Self-taught photographer Lauren Withrow was born 1993 in Plano, Texas. Growing up in a small town, she is now living in a suburb outside of Dallas. She started taking pictures from the age of 15 with a Canon DSLR  that she borrowed from his father. Impressed by the works of Emmanuel Lubezki, Vincent Van De […]

After its enormous success last year, when over 25,000 visitors attended the festival and were swept away by it, Portrait(s) is now being held for the second time, from  13 June to 31 August 2014, bringing the City of Vichy back for a whole season as a stage for avant-garde photography today with a series of outstanding […]

Pictures by Masha Demianova Tell us more about your self. Where you live? And what do you do for a living?   I am 25 years old. I was born and raised in Moscow.  Right now I am still living in Moscow but I’m starting to spending more time in New York. When I am in Moscow […]

Edited by Elisabetta Carli Photos by Jack Davison Jack Davison is a 23 years old photographer living in England. He didn’t study photography but he has an English Literature degree in Warwick University. His work is a mix of both film and digitally manipulated photography. Portraiture and street photography, I’d describe his pictures realistic, truthful, genuine. Jack’s last serie, […]