SPOTLIGHT“It’s a Bit Like a Marriage”—Navigating the Artist-Gallery RelationshipArt advisor and gallery owner Dina Mitrani speaks about the process of selling to collectors, creating an eye-catching CV, and the unique bond that ties photographers with their representatives.Read More
“It’s a Bit Like a Marriage”—Navigating the Artist-Gallery Relationship
Art advisor and gallery owner Dina Mitrani speaks about the process of selling to collectors, creating an eye-catching CV, and the unique bond that ties photographers with their representatives.
In a society where broken things are discarded almost instantaneously, an artist takes inspiration from Kintsukuroi, the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold, which highlights the beauty of imperfection.
One of Latin America’s most respected photographers speaks with LensCulture about his personal history and its effect on his work—as well as making images that “come alive inside the viewer’s being.”
Tin Tribes in the Garden of Ether
The 19th-century technique of wet-plate collodion is used to great effect in this series that exposes contemporary “tribes” which express their political, social, personal causes through distinctive fashions.
The Photographer’s Touch: Photograms and Alchemy
“It felt like a discovery that I could make an image that was photographic but made through touch rather than through the sight of a camera.”
Locked-In: Mind/Body Disconnection
The trapped feeling that follows a migraine can be terrifying—this series explores the sensation of being “locked-in” at those moments when one’s mind and body are no longer communicating.
Post-Tsunami Photos of Loss and Mourning
Using long time exposures, painting with light, and appropriating the faded and cracked colors of old water-damaged snapshots, a new series of photographs conveys complex feelings of loss in profound new ways.
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Days of Night/Nights of Day
Daily life, work and play, in the northernmost city in the world, Norilsk, Russia (also the 7th most polluted city in the world) — a fascinating, detailed photo report with 45 exquisite images.
16th-Century Tube Passengers
A unique street series filled with timeless images hearkening back to Renaissance portraits from the 16th century—all created, edited, and sent from the photographer’s phone during his daily commute.
Tokyo Street / Vision and Fascination
Sometimes cruel, sometimes seductive, but always buzzing with vitality and humanity, Japan’s capital city is viewed here through a photographer’s lens.
Hillbilly heroin, honey
Rural Appalachia is known for its poverty and social problems—instead, these still, atmospheric photographs focus on the locals’ unique bind to their fading community. In the photographer’s words, “The crack in the soul is more...