Urban & Human Empathy – Vol. 01

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“Urban & Human Empathy – Vol. 01” photobook is finally out! 22×22 cm paperback 250 color pages Pictures and projects by 49 selected authors See book here. To buy a copy at 20,00 € + shipping fees please write at info@dotart.it. “Urban & Human Empathy” is the first photographic project …

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“Lost in Shinjuku” – Tadashi Onishi

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Japanese photographer Tadashi Onishi‘s project Lost in Shinjuku has been selected as the winner of the TPD Book Award 2017 call. The project, documenting with a magnificent black and white the sense of emptiness in the contemporary Tokyo life, has been published by dotART book and has been presented on …

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URBAN unveils the City and its Secrets – Vol. 03

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URBAN unveils the City and its secrets Vol. 03 contains 144 phtotographers ranked at URBAN 2017 Photo Awards. The aim of this editorial project dedicated to street photography is to provide the reader with an overview of stories told through images. These images have in common an element which is …

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Urban & Human Empathy – l’elemento umano

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THEME The City: lights and shadows, colors and grayness, frenzy and relaxation, history and modernity, opulence and misery. Contrasts that shape people’s lives. The city is surrounding us, influencing us, constraining us. Anyways, at the same time, we melt in it. Key element of “Urban and Human Empathy” is Mankind …

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URBAN unveils the City and its secrets – vol. 02

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The aim of this editorial project dedicated to street photography is to provide the reader with an overview of stories told through images. The photos have been selected from 83 phtotographers ranked at URBAN 2016 Photo Awards. These images have in common an element which is either obvious or just …

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URBAN unveils the City and its secrets – vol. 01

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The aim of this editorial project dedicated to street photography is to provide the reader with an overview of micro-stories told through images. These authentic and immediate images have in common an element which is either obvious or just hardly visible. The stories are divided into four chapters dedicated to …

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