Here is a focus on three of your favorite discoveries presented last December on Fisheye’s website.
1. Sandra Singh
German photographer, Sandra Singh captures life in Greenland, uncovering a country of beauty, tarnished by cultural and financial tensions. Here, she illustrates the double-edged strains of a conflicted society, struggling with modern-day expectations in her series kalaallit nunaat/grønland/greenland: transparency of change.
© Sandra Singh
Pascal Rivière, 44 years old, is a computer scientist and self-taught photographer. He has always been attracted to artistic subjects, but it is only during his mid-life crisis that he truly starts practicing photography. It is in black and white that he has chosen to share this urban commentary. His work #Terresdebanlieue “#landsofsuburbs -ed”, started a year ago, documents the transformation of land in the east of the capitale.
#Terre de Banlieue © Pascal Riviere
Laura Fontaine is an Italian-born photographer now living in New-York. Here, she gives a personal account for the bizarre and uncanny moments of this bustling and dynamic city. Laura stumbled upon the charm of street photography by chance while sending photos back to her mother in Italy as a way of keeping in touch. Laura captured these images to show ‘a window into our everyday lives in New York‘.
© Laura Fontaine
Cover photo © Sandra Singh