A 3-minute video interview with David Favrod, the top-prize winner of the LensCulture Exposure Awards 2013, during the exhibition at London College of Communication in April 2014. Very interesting story behind the concept for his award-winning work.
See Favrod's full project on LensCulture, too: Hikari
Imaginary and impossible, strange yet beautiful: these photographic visions yield quietly convincing representations of our future—while also offering a piercing look onto our present condition.
Collaborative artists(in Toronto) and Paul Collins (in Paris) paint over parts of each other's photographs using kitschy styles of old-fashioned advertising illustration (and other motifs) to create pleasantly jarring juxtapositions.
This year, four winners and 25 honorable mentions were recognized at the 2009. The prize-winners, coming from all over the world, represent some of the best work in contemporary photography. See examples here, along with direct links to each winner's website.
An iconic series of portraits that captures Spain's leading figures in the arts and government since the renewal of democracy after Franco's death.