Founder of Native Agency, Laura Beltrán Villamizar, takes a look at a celebration of Latin American photography at PHmuseum, which offers a chance to discover an eclectic assortment of artists disrupting clichés of the region.
A Suitcase of Negatives
The discovery of an abandoned archive reveals an extraordinary document of everyday life in Georgia under Soviet rule, prompting photographer Guram Tsibakhashvili to seek out the mysterious identity of its creator.
Our Ways of Being: Visualizing Neurodiversity and Autism
See how three photographers portray the richness of neurodiversity, and reveal what may not be immediately obvious to the eye.
A Womb of My Own
Through her tactile experiments in analog photography, textile arts, and performance, Brooklyn-based artist Hernease Davis treats the creative process as a healing tool.
The White Sky
Revisiting the suburbs of her childhood, Mimi Plumb’s monochrome coming-of-age tale strips California of its clichés, confronting the monotony of growing up in a time-weathered landscape.
Boys of Volta
Working with Ghanaian children on Lake Volta, humanitarian photographer and cinematographer Jeremy Snell’s luminous images tell a serious and urgent story.
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Dipping into an archive comprising over 30 years of work, many of these 101 photographs pay tribute to Tom Wood’s mastery of color street photography and his love of humanity in and around Liverpool and Merseyside.
Announcing the 2020 Black & White Award Winners!
Announcing the winners of the 2020 Black and White Awards! Discover the 39 remarkable photographers making work that plays with the dynamic relationship between light, dark and all the tones in between.
This is the photo book that redefined what a photo book could be — personal, poetic, real. First published in 1959, Robert Frank’s masterpiece still holds up — the selection of photos, and their sequence and pacing is fresh, rich, generous, and...
26 Black-and-White Photography Favorites from LensCulture
LensCulture’s editors revisit 26 of the most popular recent articles that feature black-and-white photography – portfolios, essays, interviews, exhibitions and book reviews.
Midnight La Frontera
Photographed over thirty years ago, Ken Light’s nighttime pictures of migrants captured along the US-Mexico border pose some uneasy questions.
Portraits of my Mother
For the past 8 years, Joey Solomon has been photographing his mother. In the process of taking these monochrome portraits, he attempts to unpack their shared and hereditary mental illness.