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
Irish photographer Richard Mosse documents violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo using expired military infrared film, creating dis-orienting images that vibrate with psychedelic colors to highlight photography's inability to fully communicate the depth of the tragedy.
Awards for the best photojournalism from 2012 were just announced by. Samuel Aranda’s compelling photograph from Yemen (above) was declared the Photo of the Year. Read more about this and other winning images from around the globe, and view them here in Lens Culture’s high-resolution slideshow.
How does the non-stop, daily flood of images impact our thoughts, memories, desires, dreams—and our very conception of reality? A fascinating, and challenging, video interview (& book review).
By altering and embellishing family photographs, the artist confronts disturbing childhood memories and the gravity of her parents' early death.