Where Children Sleep
Our childhood bedrooms are central to defining who we are. This new book—consisting of 56 diptychs from around the world—shows us the stark inequalities but also deep universals shared by children in every corner of the globe.
Through thoughtful, deliberate sequencing, seemingly unrelated photographs take on fluid, open-ended meanings which come to life in the imaginations of each viewer.
Clearing a Space: Understanding the Many Indias Through the Home
Much has been said about the colonial gaze on India—but what does the country look like from the inside, especially from the space of the home? This interview presents five deeply personal and...
The Transnistrian Patriot
Unrecognized by any UN state — these Transnistrian separatists remain caught between Soviet history, current isolation and a dream of annexation by Russia.
A Place Called Home: The Squatter Communities of London
A multi-faceted group portrait of London’s squatter scene. From an old greenhouse to the 5-story “Castle,” this project shows how communities are capable of transforming almost any space into a “home.”
Cathedral of the Pines
Utilizing his signature cinematic aesthetic—but applying it to a smaller, more personal scale—Gregory Crewdson’s latest work is as enchanting as ever.
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The North Fork
This intimate series is the result of the photographer’s decades-long fascination with a remote valley, its idiosyncratic inhabitants and a long, personal history of family strife.
Announcing the Winners & Finalists—LensCulture Portrait Awards 2017!
Portraits are unique in their power to captivate our gaze and show us something new and unexpected about each other and the world we live in—discover the 44 international photographers who were selected for this year’s award, an inspiring showcase...
Life in the City: Michael Wolf’s Major Retrospective at Les Rencontres d’Arles 2017
The phrase “street photography” comes loaded with expectations—which is what makes Michael Wolf’s always-original bodies of work an important reminder of why the world’s streets continue to captivate our attention.
Children of the Deer: Life and Legend in “Spanish Siberia”
Just two hours from Madrid lies one of the least populated regions in Europe. Wander amidst the dense forests and you might encounter the ancient Celtic gods that once presided over this land…
A newly published interview with the young, talented photographer behind this award-winning work about the Soviet (or human) impulse towards utopia and technologically achieved perfection—dreams of progress that came to a crashing, frozen halt.
Nobody Important, No One Else
Growing up, moving on, and grappling with change—“When I meet my old friends, I suddenly see very clearly the changes that happened inside of us, the transformations, the quiet and subtle movements of the tectonic plates within ourselves…”