Growing in Darkness
Against great adversity and inhuman hardships, Mozambique’s street children carry on living, thanks to their resilience and “the immensity of their hearts.”
La Fabrique d’Exils
An exhibition in Paris includes 12 never-before-seen self-portraits by the great Josef Koudelka—as well as a reflection on the strength and vulnerability that marked his personal vision.
Masterfully shot and printed landscape photographs pose important questions about our relationship to the earth and silently ask of us—”what’s next?”
Snag: Impermanence on the Vast Alberta Prairie
Delicate shreds of fabric caught in barbed wire fences take on new significance in light of the photographer’s personal loss.
Memory Unearthed: A Photojournalist in the Holocaust
Heartrending shots from inside the Lodz ghetto—taken by a Jewish photojournalist who took extraordinary measures to ensure that his negatives would survive the atrocities of war.
Brave Beauties: Zanele Muholi on Self-Portraiture
Zanele Muholi teases apart one of her favorite images from her recent series of self-portraits in an exclusive conversation with LensCulture.
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Winners: LensCulture Exposure Awards 2017
Discover the diverse and talented group of photographers recognized in this year’s LensCulture Exposure Awards—a delightful, surprising, inspiring range of work that showcases the vibrancy of contemporary photography being made all over the world!
Simply Paying Attention With Alec Soth
For well over a decade, the distinctive voice and eye of Alec Soth have inspired photographers all over the world—discover his spare, poetic wisdom in this enlightening interview.
In My Backyard: Iceland
Set against the grand, wild majesty of the eastern Icelandic landscape, these searching self-portraits are one woman’s attempts to connect with herself and forge a basic understanding with her environment.
Winners: Sony World Photography Awards 2017
Awardees were selected from 227,000 entries from more than 180 countries—explore the award-winning imagery.
Surfaces in the Street
Colorful street photography that celebrates delightful visual compositions found by chance (or choice) out in the world — overlapping planes of color, juxtapositions, lines, geometries, visual tricks and treats.