Lens Culture is pleased to present this year's winning photographs from thecompetition. The photo, Rainbowland, New Mexico, by Canadian photographer Kitra Cahana, won 1st prize for Arts and Entertainment Stories. Most of the other winners focus on areas of conflict. All of the photos are remarkable this year.
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.
This book, created to accompany the exhibit at ICP, provides a subjective and lively overview of contemporary Japanese lens-based art. The work of 13 artists is presented, along with personal and insightful interviews with each artist.
From Civil War re-enactors who have faced hundreds of deaths to extraordinarily imaginative Fruit Loop landscapes to a dark, dreamy Night Journey—these three prize winners present a dazzling array of work that's well worth diving into!