SPOTLIGHTLost, found and seenUsing photographs from various archives, German artist Peter Franck’s meticulously-crafted digital landscapes build a sense of indeterminate time, drifting somewhere between past, present and future.Read More
Lost, found and seen
Using photographs from various archives, German artist Peter Franck’s meticulously-crafted digital landscapes build a sense of indeterminate time, drifting somewhere between past, present and future.
Bre and James Forever
Through portraiture, José Ibarra Rizo explores his past as an immigrant, focusing his camera on those who share his experience and using commonality and empathy to undermine the idea of “otherness”.
Skin on Skin
From temporary tattoos to action figures, this inventive young artist blends fashion and art to explore the commodification of the body through a truly weird and wonderful post-Internet lens.
Call for Entries! LensCulture Portrait Awards 2022
Seeking talented photographers from around the world who are making remarkable work that challenges and delights. Awards include an exhibition in Paris + massive international exposure!
Extreme Pain, but Also Extreme Joy
Casting an unflinching eye onto the realities of giving birth during the pandemic, LA-based photographer Maggie Shannon’s award-winning project is an important document of an often-unseen yet universal experience.
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Using a custom-built camera obscura, Oliver Raymond Barker communes with the elements to build an alchemical portrait of Scotland’s Rosneath Peninsula, excavating its many histories in the process.
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Announcing the Winners! LensCulture Black & White Photography Awards 2021
Announcing the winners of the 2021 Black & White Awards! Discover the 38 remarkable photographers making work that plays with the dynamic relationship between light, dark and all the tones in between.
7 Days of Garbage
Inviting his subjects to his Californian backyard with a week’s worth of their trash in tow, Gregg Segal’s confronting portraits draw attention to our careless relationship to waste.
The Class of 2021
Across the world, students are graduating after an unimaginable year. With help from their fellow classmates, artist and writer Dylan Hausthor reflects on the wild ride of completing an MFA amidst the chaos of 2020.
Street Photography Guide
Download our free 86-page PDF, filled with advice, inspiration and recommendations from photographers like Matt Stuart and Arko Datto, photobook publisher Dewi Lewis, and top photo editor Olivier Laurent.
Homebound with my Parents
During Covid isolation, this Irish street photographer shifted his focus to staging irreverent cartoon-like tableaus starring his parents.