H-art Collective aims to create innovative works in mobile street photography and to share this experience with the other photographers with the contribution of new colleagues.
Words fail me when I try to describe H-art Collective. You simply have to check them out for yourself. While they do have a lovely website, this collective is most prolific on Instagram. I highly recommend following them if you’re an Instagrammer. That said, there are a few powerful projects you should definitely check out on their webpage.
The Eurasian Circus story, by Hakan Çinar for example is well told through the lens of a camera. Hakan’s project tells the tale of a group of Iranians, Azerbaijanis and Turks who lead an incredibly difficult life to carry on the circus tradition of entertaining and amazing audiences with each stop they make.
I’m also smitten by Güney Tepe’s project, Olympic Village. It’s another must see. A beautiful glimpse into everyday life on the South Hill. The images are powerful and artful, sometimes they even border on abstract.
If you see an image that really catches your eye, you’re in luck, you can even purchase prints on their website. There are definitely more than a few to tempt me on their prints page.
Be sure to check out this amazing collective for yourself. Give them a follow on Instagram, you’ll be signing up for worlds of inspiration.