SPOTLIGHTMeet the Jury of the LensCulture Black and White Photography Awards 2022In a world of color, what makes black and white photography stand out? We asked each of the experts who will be judging your entries to find out what they are looking for.Read More
Meet the Jury of the LensCulture Black and White Photography Awards 2022
In a world of color, what makes black and white photography stand out? We asked each of the experts who will be judging your entries to find out what they are looking for.
Morganna Magee’s monochrome portrait of the Australian bush represents a “spiritual homecoming” to early black and white experiments in the darkroom, called upon anew as she grapples with the depths of grief and loss.
Horse and Canadair
Condensing the horrors of a month of Sicilian wildfires into a single image, Simona Bonnano’s monochrome record of a night spent in the centre of the action swells with tension and enigma.
In a world flooded by images, Alnis Stakle’s intricate digital collages—created in collaboration with algorithms—tease out the patterns and trends of visual representation across time.
Call for Entries! LensCulture Black & White Photography Awards 2022
LensCulture Black & White Photography Awards are open! Send us your best interpretation of this timeless genre. We’re exhibiting winning work at Photo London 2023, the largest international art fair in the UK dedicated to photography.
Unseen 2022: A Preview
Amsterdam is awash with photography this weekend as Unseen Photo Fair celebrates its tenth edition with a promising program of IRL art experiences and new discoveries.
The White House China
These decorative commemorative plates are imaginary “celebrations” of injustices, contradictions and hypocrisies by US presidents over the years — facts and events that are often diminished or omitted from official history.