SPOTLIGHTIf I Could Only RememberAnchored in the real world—and yet represented as if in a dream—a series that tries to catch the fading memories of a childhood marked by flight from Communist Poland to Canada in the final years of the Berlin Wall.Read More
If I Could Only Remember
Anchored in the real world—and yet represented as if in a dream—a series that tries to catch the fading memories of a childhood marked by flight from Communist Poland to Canada in the final years of the Berlin Wall.
It’s Hard to Kill: Searching for the Remains of Iran’s Revolution
“It’s hard to kill history. The beliefs and thoughts of other people, no matter how obscured, can never be erased.” A powerful look at the stubborn nature of memory, even in the face of repression, censorship, or death. Photos by Fatemeh Baigmoradi.
Simple subjects—thread and thin paper in a myriad of shades—set the stage for a series that considers light an active participant in every photograph, sometimes falling softly, sometimes bursting brightly into the scene.
Fragments of Machismo: Confronting Latin American Masculinity
Using archival photographs and a personal connection to two charged sites of masculinity—the military and prison—this series explores and confronts the long-entrenched notion of Latin American “Machismo.”
How Do Emerging Talents “Emerge”?
The idea of an “emerging talent” is an enticing but nebulous concept. Who are these talents? How are they discovered? How do they emerge? By following the arc of two very different artists, some...
Chroma: An Ode to J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere
Taking inspiration from an iconic Nigerian photographer, this playful series pays tribute to the rich history of local hair culture.
Relying exclusively on the transformative power of the analog camera, this series shuffles nature, geography, and physics into familiar yet fantastical environments.
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Poverty runs rampant on Chicago’s West Side, and yet its residents are largely ignored by the media—as well as those around them. A series that looks closely at the individual people who make up this community rather than considering them as a whole.
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...
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.
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.
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.