Throughout history, photographers have turned their cameras on the extreme human conditions present within the populous urban core. Polluted and unhealthy, characterised by dangerous class divisions and social tension, the metropolitan area is a place of degeneration and decadence, and at many levels embodies society's ills.
The photographers presented hereby encompass the entire scope of human life within our ever-growing cultural spaces, ultimately more complex than we could ever imagine.
Cover Photo: Michael Wolf
Photographers included in this issue:
Michael Najjar, Wayne Lawrence, Murat Germen, Xavi Comas, Alain Delorme, Hassan Hajjaj, Yves Marchand, Romain Meffre, Albrecht Gerlach, Bruce Davidson, Christoph Gielen, Katrin Koenning, Maros Krivy, Wayne Lawrence, Jon Rafman, WassinkLundgren, Michael Wolf.
225 x 166 mm