SPOTLIGHTTokyo: City of StrangersCan technology—especially ubiquitous dating apps—help relieve the anonymity that comes from living in a city of 9 million people? A photographer searches for connection in Japan’s capital.Read More
Tokyo: City of Strangers
Can technology—especially ubiquitous dating apps—help relieve the anonymity that comes from living in a city of 9 million people? A photographer searches for connection in Japan’s capital.
America: Relax, Everything Is Fine!
Tapping into an outdated, almost mythical image of the USA, a French photographer captures a mood and a moment that he believes may be the final, dramatic act of the American Dream.
All That Glitters…
We are slowly being conditioned to expect (economic) disparity as the norm—this series offers a visual challenge to such a quiet, insidious acceptance.
Photography Today at National Geographic
A senior photo editor reveals what it takes to land an assignment for the iconic magazine—passion, dedication, research, a sense of history, an eye for poetry, and more.
Looking for Identity, Looking for Lenin
As Ukraine struggles to establish its national identity, there is no more potent symbol through which to understand this process than the disappearance of Lenin statues all over the country.
In a new exhibition at SF Camerawork, artists interpret the titular theme in a multitude of ways. Expect to see acrobats and trained animals—but also a sharp critique of our contemporary media environment and the everyday spectacle that is...
A Picture of What is to Come: Our Drowning World
A globally-minded “struggle photographer” takes on the most pressing issue of our day—climate change—in this stirring installation of portraits, landscapes and found photographs.
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Mother—The Images I Still Love.
“Photographs are like your own children…” An internationally regarded portrait photographer reveals a hand-picked selection of previously unpublished works, alongside a few words to accompany her choices.
Announcing the Winners and Finalists—Magnum Photography Awards 2017
We are very pleased to present the 41 award-winning photographers selected by Magnum and LensCulture for the second annual Magnum Photography Awards! Discover a remarkable range of inspiring work from this talented, accomplished group of...
What do children in different countries around the world eat in the course of a week? An investigation of eating habits in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and beyond.
In Search of the Poets and New Masters of Street Photography
Who are the next great street photographers? Where will we find them? Photo editor Olivier Laurent shares his insights.
After a chance encounter, a young photographer forges a close bond with two artists who have been married for over half a century. A tender and intimate portrait of friendship and family.
An intimate family album documents the freedoms of childhood among six siblings “at the edge of the world” in rural France.