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February 18, 2011
Don't miss the latest issue of Lens Culture! This edition features an eclectic mix of contemporary photography from all over the world, including work by photographers who participated in our first international portfolio review event, Lens Culture FotoFest Paris 2010.
Among the articles featured in this issue are works by Lucia Ganieva (Russia), Stephen Gill (UK), Maria Felixmuller (Germany), John Armstrong and Paul Collins (Canada/France), Natan Dvir (Israel), and Massimo Cristaldi (Italy), TED Fellow Camille Seaman (USA), Britta Jaschinski, winner of the 2010 European Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition (UK) – plus, we feature another hilarious book from Kessels/Kramer's "in almost every picture ..." series - How (not) to Shoot a Black Dog.
All our high-resolution slideshows are now visible on iPad – great for appreciating the richness and details of literally thousands of great photographs in our archives.
Lens Culture International Exposure Awards traveling exhibition will soon be opening around the world:
• Gallery 291, San Francisco, from April 28, 2011
• Gallery Dupon, Paris, from June 9, 2011
• VII Dumbo Gallery, New York, from July 14, 2011
– more details SOON!
And this is HUGE news:
Lens Culture has teamed up with Fotografiska photo museum in Sweden to launch the first international portfolio reviews to be held in Stockholm 27 & 28 May 2011. 100 photographers, 35 international reviewers, and a wealth of events.
Registration opens in March, and we expect the demand will be high, and that places will sell out quickly – especially since our reviews also coincide with the newly established Stockholm Photo Week at the end of May. So, mark your calendars — and join us in Stockholm for a wonderful new event!