JUP SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Submission Guideline to JUP.    Submit  max 20  photographs  following the submission guidelines. Send your photos with the following information: title Statement / synopsis (between 20-1000 words) Artist / photographer’ name and biography (between 10-50 words) Artist / photographer’ Website and/or social links (FB, Instagram, twitter) Email to submission.jup@gmail.com Image file …

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ISSUE n.1 – #SUBURBIA

Journal of Urban Photography – Issue n. 1 – #SUBURBIA. Click HERE to read. Journal of Urban Photography – Issue n. 1 – #SUBURBIA.       SalvaSalva SalvaSalva SalvaSalva SalvaSalva SalvaSalva

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Arriving and Dériving in Birmingham

Arriving and Dériving in Birmingham – by Tina Richardson. These three photographs, taken during a psychogeography expedition in Birmingham, show three aspects of the every-changing landscape of this British city. We have the modern development at the recently regenerated train station, which also reflects the older redbrick building to its left. …

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DANCHI DREAMS

DANCHI DREAMS – Photographic Series by Cody Ellingham March 1, 2018 The afternoon sky is waning.The hour strikes 5PM and a short melody rings out over the loudspeaker with an eerie echo. I am standing alone before a complex of DANCHI, Japanese public housing apartments. Row upon row of identical numbered …

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Shadowed places

“Over the course of my life I’ve been to lots of places. Shadowed places where things have gone wrong. Sinister places where things still are. I always hate the sunlit towns, full of newly built developments with double-car garages in shades of pale eggshell, surrounded by green lawns and dotted …

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The Lost Art of Walking

“Walk some night on a suburban street and pass house after house on both sides of the same street each with the lamplight of the living room, shining golden, and inside the little blue square of the television, each living family riveting its attention on probably one show; nobody talking; …

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