InterviewMADREWeaving together Andean folklore and Catholic iconography, Marisol Mendez’s bold and beautiful portraits celebrate the syncretic culture of her home country, Bolivia, through its womxn.Read More
Weaving together Andean folklore and Catholic iconography, Marisol Mendez’s bold and beautiful portraits celebrate the syncretic culture of her home country, Bolivia, through its womxn.
Picturing the Environment
In her project “FloodZone,” Anastasia Samoylova explores the steady decay of her adopted-home of Miami, searching for a new photographic language to depict climate change.
Lewis Khan’s latest project transports him to a desert city, thousands of miles away from his London home and locally-based projects. In this unfamiliar terrain, he discovers community among...
Responding to the wave of destruction unfolding around him, Ukrainian photographer Evgeniy Zaets’ new project searches for order in his everyday surroundings.
In Search of Brilliant Moments: Street Photography’s Heightened Existence
“You are looking for a single, brilliant moment and 99% of the time, you won’t get it. But remember this: when at last you get that shot you’ve been looking for, in a thousandth of a second, all...
Alina Trifan’s latest project is a therapeutic act, delving back into photographs taken with her first camera to reconnect with images she made during her immigration from Moldova to Padua.
Have Something to Say: 30 Years of Photobooks with Dewi Lewis
The renowned publisher offers his advice to street photographers hoping to publish their first photobook—and reveals the questions that all photographers should ask themselves before they seek to...