SPOTLIGHTWhen the Dust SettlesContemporary landscapes in photography: imprints of human activity and presence in the midst of absence.Read More
When the Dust Settles
Contemporary landscapes in photography: imprints of human activity and presence in the midst of absence.
Known by Sight (Only)
In Brazil’s densely populated Porto Alegre, urban dwellers know the intimate details of the neighbors they see every day from their windows, but they rarely meet, or know each other’s names.
“Everything she does as a dancer is so beautiful, so I asked her to not be too beautiful.”
The Endless Draw of Portraiture
What makes a great portrait? Photographer Richard Renaldi offers his insights and perspective.
Cross Road Blues
This light-soaked street photography spotlights passersby as main characters in a classic theatrical performance.
City of Gardens
Journey across the many layers of Katowice’s visual landscape through the joint vision of two photographers.
The Anarchist Citizenship
Rejecting offensive stereotypes related to piracy and terrorism, this project collaborates with the people of Somaliland to show off their vibrant visual culture, fashion and architecture.
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Photography As An Expression of Indulgence
Merging cinematic portraits with achingly-honest subtitle text, Sarah Bahbah’s photography explores emotive narratives of love, sex, and relationships from a woman’s perspective.
Announcing the 2019 LensCulture Visual Storytelling Award Winners!
Discover 36 remarkable photographers weaving compelling narratives with photographs and words, ranging from documentary and imaginative storytelling to fiction.
Call Me Heena: Hijra, The Third Gender
“I feel like a mermaid. My body tells me that I am a man but my soul tells me that I am a woman…” A penetrating, multi-year report on a unique group of people—who fall outside of Western notions of gender—trying to carve out a...
Where There Is No Room For Fiction
Take a look at the dystopian underbelly of Guangzhou, where big city development leaves modern ruins in its wake.
Pixy Liao started using her boyfriend as a “prop” in her photos, but that evolved into an ongoing 12-year project documenting their unconventional relationship, resulting in some eye-opening images.
Old Father Thames
An epic ode to London’s River Thames, Julia Fullerton-Batten’s meticulous cinematic tableaux reimagine the many people, tales and legends that have washed up on its shores.