InterviewOf Poetry and MagicMunem Wasif has honed his monochromatic way of visually interpreting the world. This juror for LensCulture’s Black and White Awards reveals the details that affect him most through the language of photography.Read More
Of Poetry and Magic
Munem Wasif has honed his monochromatic way of visually interpreting the world. This juror for LensCulture’s Black and White Awards reveals the details that affect him most through the language of photography.
Pace and Patience
Owner and director of the venerable gallery Jackson Fine Art, Anna Walker Skillman draws on 17 years of being a gallerist to share her wisdom for navigating the art world. Tip one: trust your...
Senior Photo Editor of TIME Magazine, Thea Traff has an empowering message for photographers. Drawing on her work as an editor and photographer, she shares her top tips for making work that gets...
Making Room, A Trailblazer in Documentary
Since the 1980s, British artist Anna Fox has challenged power structures both in her work and the space in which she makes it, paving the way for women in a male-dominated documentary tradition.
Cinematography: From Still to Movie
The award-winning Polish cinematographer talks about the tremendous importance of still photography in creating his movies — especially his film, Ida, shot in luscious black-and-white.
After the Fact
Canadian photographer Tony Fouhse traces the fascinations that have fueled his long and varied career, leading him to his latest project: a dystopian take on his familiar surroundings.
Avenue of Roses
Cinematographer Kevin Fletcher stepped into the shoes of a photographer and took to the streets for this year-long project: a love letter to the complexities of his hometown, Portland.