Alumni Yael Eban and Pacifico Silano featured in FADER

25 Captivating Photographers Whose Work You Need In Your Life

Discover some of the most exciting and thought-provoking image makers right now.

Compelling photography is very important to us at The FADER. Below is a list of 25 photographers who we've been following for quite some time, have shot for The FADER, and others who we just discovered. From fashion and editorial to documentary work, we've gathered some of our favorite picks.

YAEL EBAN

Tzabar, the Hebrew word for cactus, doubles as slang for an Israeli: overtly tough yet tender underneath. This image is from the series Tzabar, in which Eban explores her experience of this place she calls home, Israel, while simultaneously feeling alien to the country. These photographs travel the land through a familiar lens while still leaving space to discover it. For more of Yael's work, follow her Instagram.

©Yael Eban Untitled

©Yael Eban Untitled

PACIFICO SILANO

A large part of Pacifico's art practice is carving out space for the gay experience by making sure there is not an erasure of that culture. Through his appropriation of 1970's and 80's gay personal ads, porno magazines, and gay paraphernalia, he memorializes these men, many of whom have died of AIDS. This photo is from a recent book titled Tear Sheets. For more of Pacifico's work, follow his Instagram.

©Pacifico Silano Penthouse View, 2015

©Pacifico Silano Penthouse View, 2015

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