Fredrik Altinell är fotografen från skogen som numera bor i Berlin. Hans drömska, experimentella och lekfulla stil känns ofta hämtad …
Set in the barren landscape of Kazakhstan, Almagul Menlibayeva’s perfectly staged photographs and video works are vibrant depictions of a country searching for the roots of its social identity.
From German coal miners to Nepalese school boys, photographer Daniel Hofer manages to bring out the brightest and most poignant nuances of life.
With an eye for striking compositions and everyday curiosities, German photographer Ina Niehoff captures the traces we leave in our surroundings, as well as the beauty of nature itself.
Working in a multitude of styles and expressions, Chicago photographer Peter Hoffman views his works a an attempt to reconcile being overwhelmed by both the beauty and the problems of life.
In her intriguing series Gold Coast, Australian photographer Ying Ang captures the contradictory nature of Australia's crime-ridden golden coast.
Calmly observing the world through his smartphone, young Stockholm artist Hugo Hedberg manages to seize the most striking scenes of human behaviour in his everyday surroundings.
In their series Recycled Beauty, photographers Laurie Frankel and Diane Gatterdam bring out the beauty of discarded everyday objects.
With an eye for the eccentricitiesof human behaviour, Chinese photographerZhang Xiao captures the surrealism and illusion of real life.
With her intimate, somewhat austere aesthetics, Slovenian photographer Anja Gea Sladić aims to capture moments in the way she sees and feels them.
Based in San Francisco, photographerAmy Harrity's subjects live within a surreal world: open, expressive, mysterious.
Describing her work as a horse galloping on a tomato, Dutch photographer Isolde Woudstra aims to create images that seem just as possible as unlikely.
Timeless and beautiful, yet slightly unsettling, the photographic work of Olivier Metzger is reminiscent of film noir.
"I am recognizing and allowing for spontaneous encounters of light, color, and form". Photographer Clayton Cotterell seeks to capture naturally occurring abstractions.
In his series Urbanite, Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi depicts the contradictions of a city in transformation.
Driven by experience and wanderlust, New York based photographer and filmmaker Liza Mandelup follows her instincts and intuitions, wherever they make take her.
In his series Pagan Postcards, Swedish photographer Johan Bergström juxtaposes stunning natural scenery with the unsettling sense of approaching disaster.
"I mainly photograph nudes because it is a subject I have studied for a long time". First out in Radar Magazine's new portfolio series is Italian photographer Giangiacomo Pepe.