SPOTLIGHTBittersweet on Bostwick LaneA poignant photographic examination of loss, grief, nature and healing — the top series winner in this year’s LensCulture Art Photography Awards.Read More
Bittersweet on Bostwick Lane
A poignant photographic examination of loss, grief, nature and healing — the top series winner in this year’s LensCulture Art Photography Awards.
Favorite Photobooks of 2020
Personal favorites and recommendations from 36 people who know and love photobooks — lots of inspiring discoveries from around the world.
Measure and Middle
Exploring our ‘new normal’ with a tender and stoic eye, Ingmar Björn Nolting’s delicate vignettes of daily life take us on a journey around Germany during the Covid-19 crisis.
Cry Sadness into the Coming Rain
After four decades of living abroad, Margaret Courtney-Clarke returned home to Namibia, prompting a sprawling photographic investigation into a radically altered landscape and the lives of those...
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.
In this beautiful monograph, Mark Steinmetz distills the timeless adventure of American summer camp into a series of tender observations on the nature of adolescence.
A quirky book that celebrates strange, unusual and random sightings in everyday life.
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Meet the ‘Climbing Cholitas’ or ‘Cholitas Escaladoras Bolivianas’ — a group of Aymara indigenous women who are breaking stereotypes, scaling mountains, and shifting perceptions.
Announcing the LensCulture HOME ‘21 International Photography Prize Winners!
Discover 37 photographers recognised for their unique interpretation of the theme and remarkable creative vision.
The Truth is in the Soil
Prompted by personal loss, Ioanna Sakellaraki embarked on a photographic journey back to her native Greece to immerse herself in the culture of grief and explore its liminal space with her camera.
“This project is about the transformation of our souls in times of crisis, when life stops like a sleeping garden.”
The Earth Will Come to Laugh and Feast
In his latest offering, the unnerving universe of Roger Ballen’s photographs grows another dark layer through the words of Italian poet Gabriele Tinti.
Curated by Efrem Zelony-Mindell, this book surveys the rich and elastic world of black-and-white photography via the works of over 140 artists and essays from Zelony-Mindell, David Campany, and Gregory Eddi-Jones.