SPOTLIGHTMaking Room, A Trailblazer in DocumentarySince the 1980s, British artist Anna Fox has challenged power structures both in her work and the space in which she makes it, paving the way for women in a male-dominated documentary tradition.Read More
Making Room, A Trailblazer in Documentary
Since the 1980s, British artist Anna Fox has challenged power structures both in her work and the space in which she makes it, paving the way for women in a male-dominated documentary tradition.
Measure and Middle
Exploring our ‘new normal’ with a tender and stoic eye, Ingmar Björn Nolting’s delicate vignettes of daily life take us on a journey around Germany during the Covid-19 crisis.
Cinematography: From Still to Movie
The award-winning Polish cinematographer talks about the tremendous importance of still photography in creating his movies — especially his film, Ida, shot in luscious black-and-white.
No Memory is Ever Alone
Catherine Panebianco gives life to pictures from the past by photographing them in new settings, refreshing the ritual and recycling her family’s memories.
appa and other animals
Disrupting the photographic gaze through drawing, text and digital manipulation, Madhavan Palanisamy creates an offbeat tribute to his father that is brimming with wonder.
A sharp new take on ‘street’ photography, Jeff Mermelstein’s new book captures the dazzling highs and lows of everyday life in New York through the phone screens of its citizens.
Call for Entries! LensCulture Black & White Photography Awards 2020
We’re seeking talented photographers around the world making remarkable black and white photography. Submit your interpretation of the theme for a chance to be exhibited New York in April 2021. Free entry for single image submissions.
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Martine Fougeron documents the delicate, turbulent stages of adolescence through intimate portraits of her own children’s lives.
Announcing the Winners of the Inaugural LensCulture Critics’ Choice 2020!
Meet all 48 photographers recognized through our inaugural Critics’ Choice Awards 2020, and discover why their work caught the eyes of our international panel of experts.
Don’t Lie to Me
Through layers of mind-bending work, Brazilian artist Paulo Coqueiro weaves a photo-based approach to writing — revealing mysteries and mistruths surrounding the disappearance of photojournalist Tito Ferraz.
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.
this archive has no legs
Inviting strangers to go through his photographs, Srinivas Kuruganti’s five day experiment turned the personal public, exploring the fluidity of narrative and the boundaries of the archive.
Myth of a Woman
Agnieszka Sosnowska’s striking self-portraits chronicle rural life in the volatile landscape of her adopted homeland, East Iceland.