SPOTLIGHTAll-Americans: Coming Together at Standing RockOpposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline united hundreds of tribes and non-indigenous groups across the United States. In this video interview, Amber Bracken speaks about photographing everything from riots to sacred dances in the Standing Rock resistance camps.Read More
All-Americans: Coming Together at Standing Rock
Opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline united hundreds of tribes and non-indigenous groups across the United States. In this video interview, Amber Bracken speaks about photographing everything from riots to sacred dances in the Standing Rock resistance camps.
Revealing the Cracks in the European Union
Photographer Carlos Spottorno portrays one of the most pressing issues of our time—the European migrant crisis—using an unexpected and fresh form of storytelling with the hope of reaching more...
Cuban Muslims, Tropical Faith
The number of Muslims in Cuba was once counted in dozens—now, there are more than 9,000 devotees on the island. In this exclusive video interview, learn how a photographer documented the budding...
Like a Bird: The Freedom of the Circus in Muslim Countries
Afghanistan or Iran are not the first places you would expect to find active circuses—but as a young German photographer discovered, these spaces for playful performance provide a much-needed...
Through Their Eyes: Portraits of War Photographers
“It all started in Sarajevo…” In this exclusive video interview, Alizé Le Maoult recounts how she was compelled to create an archive of portraits of photojournalists after a life-altering...
The Impossible Task of Photographing Afghanistan
Two decorated photographers—Steve McCurry and Paula Bronstein—separately take on the immense challenge of representing Afghanistan in a pair of arresting, yet problematic, retrospective books.
The International Language of Photography
Sit down with the photo editor of the beloved Italian magazine Internazionale and learn what it takes to launch a print publication—and keep it running for 25 years and counting.
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Photo London 2018: Editors’ Preview
DON’T MISS OUT: A fresh and selective early preview of the wide-ranging array of photography that will be on display at Photo London, running from May 17-20, 2018 at Somerset House.
Announcing the Winners & Finalists—LensCulture Portrait Awards 2018!
Portraits have a unique and captivating power to spark our curiosity and connections with other people—discover outstanding work by 39 talented photographers who offer us a fresh and inspiring array of the best of contemporary portraiture from...
The small poetic photographs of Masao Yamamoto seem to come from another era, filled with lost memories and nostalgia. In a great interview, the photographer talks about his work and passions.
Every Body Has a Story to Tell
“If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, why are we fed so much imagery about what we are supposed to look like?” A series that challenges traditional notions of beauty and revels in the supple forms of the human body.
Grieving Through the Absurd
A photographer gathers with her family to clean out their grandparents’ house that had served as a meeting point for over 60 years. Amidst the difficult process of letting go, performing and posing for the camera becomes a way to express their...
The Importance of Being More Than a Fashion Photographer
Legendary photographer Peter Lindbergh—credited with revamping the standards of fashion photography in the 1990s—offers his seasoned point of view in this exclusive conversation covering his early years, authenticity as an artist, and more.