SPOTLIGHTPreview: Unseen Photo Fair Amsterdam 2018A sneak peek at more than 40 new photographic works that will be unveiled at Unseen Amsterdam 21-23 September 2018.Read More
Preview: Unseen Photo Fair Amsterdam 2018
A sneak peek at more than 40 new photographic works that will be unveiled at Unseen Amsterdam 21-23 September 2018.
Things We Can Relate To
Drawn to restricted areas and quirky subject matter, photographer Daniel Terna offers a different approach to travel photography.
With emphasis on the power of gesture and expression, photographer Gianni Cipriano spotlights the dark, theatrical underbelly of Italian politics.
By focusing on Cuba’s natural light and intimate moments, photographer Colby Tarsitano redefines our visual predispositions about the island.
The Mountain Legacy Project
Tracing the footsteps of century-old survey photographers, The Mountain Legacy Project uses contemporary imagery to document critical changes in Canada’s landscape.
Ferox, the Forgotten Archives
By creating his own archive for a fabricated space mission, artist Nicolas Polli encourages us to re-evaluate our acceptance of photography as scientific evidence.
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Forgotten Like Last Year’s Snow
In a remote tundra community of nomadic deer herders, photographer Oded Wagenstein visually documents the process of aging in isolation.
Announcing the LensCulture Art Photography 2018 Award Winners!
Discover 38 award-winning artists who are making remarkable art photography from cultures around the world right now.
Peter Hujar: Speed of Life
This exhibition at BAMPFA is a methodical reflection on the timeless expressive abilities of photographer Peter Hujar.
Call Me Heena: Hijra, The Third Gender
“I feel like a mermaid. My body tells me that I am a man but my soul tells me that I am a woman…” A penetrating, multi-year report on a unique group of people—who fall outside of Western notions of gender—trying to carve out a...
Grappling with the fears and vulnerabilities of motherhood, Cate Wnek turns to photography in order to create an alternate world where she can face both her fragility and the relentless march of time.
A Shaded Path: Intimate Views of Kyrgyzstan
In his new book ‘A Shaded Path,’ photographer Elliott Verdier poetically documents the generational divide in Kyrgyzstan’s post-Soviet era.
The Best of LensCulture, Vol 2
Here are 162 award-winning photographers you should know. These exciting contemporary photographers come from 38 countries on five continents, and they are making remarkable work right now in diverse cultures around the world. It’s fresh, inspiring, insightful and thought-provoking.