Niels Schubert uncovers the spontaneous microcosm of Genova beaches
The project was born in 2014 traveling from Sardinia to Genoa, the photographer was attracted by the architectural, amphitheatrical position of the city, and by the rhythmic order of the buildings along the narrow coastal strip and beaches spontaneously inhabited by visitors.
Tanya Borodina reveals the growth potential of adolescent summer camps
The archaeological expedition is a special, separate world where young urban individual probably for the first time meets himself/herself. In the fields, there is a completely different sense of time dense and capacious, and the days, meanwhile, fly very fast.
Erica Reade records lovers’ loss of inhibitions on NYC beaches
Erica Reade documents small moments of tenderness between couples on the beaches of NYC, whether sharing a wet embrace, long laughs, or a lazy limb-entwined nap on beach blankets.
Bernhard Lang suggests an objective perspective on coastline’s holidays
The Aerial Views Adria series is formed of aerial photographs of the Adriatic coastline between Ravenna and Rimini, Italy. Photographed out of a helicopter in August 2014, the images create geometries from thousands of sun worshipers lazing on the sands and sheltering tight underneath ordered beach umbrellas.