The Playland Motel

Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. Before or after the meltdown of the El Camino’s V8, a course of events happened . . . or not. It’s about perspective. The smoke conceals the eyes of the witnesses and the crime scene. There’s no escape, only suddendering to the circumstances with your best hat on and a motel to stay at — perhaps forever.

The Playland Motel
Photography Boogie
Realization: Valentina Ilardi Martin
Model: Hyunji Shin
Hair and Makeup: Souhi Lee
Prop Styling: 11th Street Workshop
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Life In The City | 5 Top Most Influential Active Urban & Street Photographers

Life In The City | 5 Top Most Influential Active Urban & Street Photographers
Joel Meyerowitz,Thomas Leuthard, BOOGIE, Eric Kim and Martin Parr.

Joel Meyerowitz
The Only Professional Photographer To Have Access To The Site In The Months After 9/11. Meyerowitz has spent a full month taking photographs of Ground Zero for the Museum of City of the New York archives.
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Thomas Leuthard
My name is Thomas Leuthard and I am a passionate street photographer based in the heart of Switzerland. I travel to the big cities of this world to witness and document life on the street.
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BOOGIE
Vladimir Milivojevich is considered ”one of the most influential photographers of street culture in the new millennium,” but you may know him as Boogie, The native of Belgrade, Serbia got his start began documenting rebellion and unrest during the civil war that ravaged his country in the 1990s, and the experience seemed to have a profound effect not only on him, but on his work as well.
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Eric Kim
Eric Kim is a photography teacher currently based in Berkeley, California.He is a street photographer that maintains one of the most -if not the most- informative blogs about Street Photography.
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Martin Parr
Martin Parr was born in Epsom, Surrey in 1952. As a boy, his grandfather encouraged his interest in photography, and Parr went on to study it at Manchester Polytechnic. He has since worked on numerous photographic projects that flaunt his provocative photographic style, one humorously defined by the moral atrophy and preposterousness of modern times.
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5 Top Most Influential Active Urban & Street Photographers
from: Lens Magazine – March 2016 #18

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