SPOTLIGHTThink Like a Street PhotographerThis new book by award-winning street photographer Matt Stuart is filled with insights and advice garnered over decades of making stunning street photographs on a daily basis.Read More
Think Like a Street Photographer
This new book by award-winning street photographer Matt Stuart is filled with insights and advice garnered over decades of making stunning street photographs on a daily basis.
The Golden City
Californian native Mimi Plumb gives us a slow-burning view of San Francisco from the moment she first encountered it, leading us through the people and places that she met across four decades of a life lived in and around the “Golden City.”
Announcing the 2022 LensCulture Critics’ Choice Winners!
Discover all 40 Critics’ Choice 2022 Award-winning photographers and find out what made their images and series stand out to the jurors.
In Search of Brilliant Moments: Street Photography’s Heightened Existence
“You are looking for a single, brilliant moment and 99% of the time, you won’t get it. But remember this: when at last you get that shot you’ve been looking for, in a thousandth of a second, all...
Svitlo — Images of Light for Ukraine
Named after the Ukrainian word for light, this group exhibition and fundraiser in Amsterdam explores the work of artists that use light as their medium to express a collective hope for peace in times of darkness and uncertainty.
Alina Trifan’s latest project is a therapeutic act, delving back into photographs taken with her first camera to reconnect with images she made during her immigration from Moldova to Padua.
Nostalgia and Mystery
In her exhibition “Dark Cities,” Lynn Saville captures the subtle transitions of the sky as they play out against the streets of New York, showing her talent as a keen observer of the in-between.