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April 29, 2010
We've got lots of great news to report:
Another great, all-new issue of Lens Culture is online now. This issue features an eclectic mix of contemporary photography from all over the world, including work by photographers Laurence Demaison (France), Zoltán Vancsó (Hungary), Árpád Kurucz (Hungary), Lewis Koch (USA), Alfred Yaghobzadeh (Iran), Susan A. Barnett (USA), Mindaugas Kavaliauskas (Lithuania), John Chang (USA), David Rochkind (Mexico), Andrew Phelps (Japan), Philip Jones Griffiths (UK), and Han Sungpil (Korea).
We’re also delighted to be able to offer our readers a magazine inside the magazine, so to speak. This month we kicked-off a very special partnership with one of the premiere groups for worldwide photojournalism, VII Photo Agency. VII The Magazine provides an insider’s view of photojournalism and very current world events. Multimedia content is updated weekly.
And this is really BIG news:
Lens Culture has teamed up with Wendy Watriss, Fred Baldwin and Marta Sánchez Philippe of Houston FotoFest, to create Lens Culture FotoFest Paris 2010, a new international portfolio review and Meeting Place in Paris France this November 15-16-17. It will be 3 days of portfolio reviews, networking, inspiration, biz, and fun — in Paris! 120 photographers. 40 international expert reviewers. Details at: www.fotofest-paris.com. Registration opens May 6, 2010, and we expect the demand will be high, and that places will sell out quickly. So, mark you calendars — and join us in Paris for a remarkable event in November!