SPOTLIGHTPhotos that Should Not be PossibleIn “Wee Muckers – Youth of Belfast”, Toby Binder captures the ebbs and flows of teenage life across the divided communities of Northern Ireland.Read More
Photos that Should Not be Possible
In “Wee Muckers – Youth of Belfast”, Toby Binder captures the ebbs and flows of teenage life across the divided communities of Northern Ireland.
Cross Road Blues
This light-soaked street photography spotlights passersby as main characters in a classic theatrical performance.
A Photography of Gestures
A new book shows Shirley Baker’s documentary work from a different perspective, shedding light on her playful and tender street photography.
Afuera: Rooftops and Balconies in Times of Isolation
Lovely short video — Bathed in the brilliant warm Spanish sun, the residents of Barcelona are limited to rooftops and balconies for solitary exercise and fresh air during the covid-19 lockdown.
Adapting to Covid-19 in London’s Supermarkets
A London-based street photographer gives us an intimate look inside UK supermarkets during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ready for Surprise: Joel Meyerowtiz Interview 2020
The pioneering master of color street photography talks about his passions and the energy of the street in this wide-ranging audio interview.
Tokyo Connection: Ihiro Hayami
The founder of the T3 International Photo Festival in Tokyo, and a juror for LensCulture’s Street Photography Awards, talks about creating opportunities for photographers around the globe.
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Martine Fougeron documents the delicate, turbulent stages of adolescence through intimate portraits of her own children’s lives.
Announcing the Winners! 2020 Street Photography Award Winners
Discover the 39 remarkable photographers making the best new photography from around the world.
A riot of garish colors and plastic (or sad-looking real fast food burgers), Jonathan Blaustein’s still lifes subvert the visual language of product photography to explore the themes of American consumption and consumerism.
This is the photo book that redefined what a photo book could be — personal, poetic, real. First published in 1959, Robert Frank’s masterpiece still holds up — the selection of photos, and their sequence and pacing is fresh, rich, generous, and...
When Bodies Misbehave
Can photography be used as a tool of healing? Here’s a look at how seven very different artists have responded to the experience of ill-health.
A Life’s Work
In his long term exploration of masculinity, Bharat Sikka intertwines the personal and the collective by continually finding new ways to investigate and represent his homeland, India.