SPOTLIGHTThe Anarchist CitizenshipRejecting 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.Read More
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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Drawn to restricted areas and quirky subject matter, photographer Daniel Terna offers a different approach to travel photography.
Oh, But Could It Be True…
This photographer playfully questions the role of text in defining the bounds of street photography.
Yo Soy Fidel: Crossing Cuba with Michael Christopher Brown
Following the “Freedom Caravan” that carried Fidel Castro’s remains across Cuba after his death, photographer Michael Christopher Brown offers a revealing portrait of the island nation.
Inspired by Japan’s popular three-tiered dessert, these colorful triptychs capture snippets of vibrant street life during the country’s busy flower season.
Mesmerized by the raucous energy of city-wide festivals in Spain, this photographer ducks into side streets in order to capture the quiet moments that surround these boisterous events.
Alexander Krohmer’s unique take on street portraiture offers an alternative, humanizing view of everyday people from all walks of life around the world.
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By combining photography with intricate drawings from her personal sketchbook, artist Sara S. Teigen creates intimate work that is simultaneously wondrous and familiar.
Announcing the LensCulture Art Photography 2018 Award Winners!
Discover 38 award-winning artists who are making remarkable art photography from cultures around the world right now.
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.
New York Noir
Moody, cinematic, timeless — these black and white photos of New York evoke another era and a noirish sensibility, but they were all made within the past two years.
It’s All Dreaming: Essential Writings about Photography from Aperture
Download our free 50-page PDF from Aperture, filled with incredible insights, advice and inspiration from photographers who are pushing the boundaries of the medium and embracing experimentation.
Flowers for Lisa
In his latest series, Abelardo Morell takes a traditional still life subject — a vase of flowers — and pushes and pulls it well beyond the typical boundaries of that genre, with endlessly delightful results.