SPOTLIGHTFirefliesThe memory of fireflies whirring around a tree at his old family house sparked the beginning of Anupam Diwan’s nighttime odyssey around his new hometown of Dhaka, in search of fragments of his childhood. Read More
The memory of fireflies whirring around a tree at his old family house sparked the beginning of Anupam Diwan’s nighttime odyssey around his new hometown of Dhaka, in search of fragments of his childhood.
The Sound of the Seen: Morgan Aschom’s “What the Living Carry”
Through exhibitions and an accompanying photobook, this artist tells the story of Hoys Fork, an imagined American town full of rich and memorable characters.
Curious about the man behind the myth, Daria Garnik set off in search of her childhood hero Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, journeying to Gagarin—the town that keeps his memory burning brightly.
In his latest photobook, Gary Briechle compiles intimate snapshots of the peculiar characters who entered his life since he moved to Maine some 20 years ago.
Otsuchi Future Memories
A haunting reflection on the dynamic relationship between family photographs and community memory in the aftermath of tragedies. In this case: Japan’s still painful earthquake and tsunami disaster.
Inspired by the passing of her elderly grandmother, this photographer spotlights heroic women who have been silenced into minor roles throughout history.
Hyperinflation and increasing economic disparity in Venezuela has led to a new wave of crime, motivated by the need to satiate hunger and avoid starvation.
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Call Me Heena: Hijra, The Third Gender
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Announcing the 2019 LensCulture Portrait Award Winners!
Announcing the winners of the 2019 Portrait Awards! Discover 39 remarkable photographers who are photographing people using a variety of methods, from innovative new approaches to stunning traditional work.
I Know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating
After abandoning portraiture for an entire year, Alec Soth returns to the genre with a new photobook, emphasizing the importance of collaboration while photographing his subjects.
Portraits and Windows
After discovering a lost box of photos made by her grandfather in the 1930s, this photographer constructed new visual composites by integrating her own contemporary images, printing everything on traditional handmade Korean paper.
Enter the mysterious world of Maja Daniels’ “Elf Dalia,” a striking photobook about the town of Älvdalen, where an ancient form of Vikings’ Old Norse is still spoken today.
The Map and The Territory
A vast retrospective at the Jeu de Paume maps out constellations of photographs by pioneer of colour photography Luigi Ghirri, whose thoughtful approach to photography provides ample lessons to live by in our age of distraction.