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- “Whatever you think, think the opposite” is an expression that is often heard in Japan—this series looks at the country’s modern beauty while exploring its lasting influence on Western art.
- In one of the least densely populated places on earth, the delicately colored landscape stretches for miles; the slow passage of time is marked by the hypnotic rise and fall of the native animals’ unhurried gait…
- In Seoul, the social pressure to look beautiful is overwhelming—a good nose job can mean a good-paying job. These documentary photos explore this current trend among the youth culture of Korea.
- Maroesjka Lavigne was fascinated by the light in Iceland — brilliant, vivid colors during the summertime when the sun rarely sets, contrasted with the dusky blue that hangs like a veil over the country in the dark monochromatic wintertime. Her poetic visual essay is the grand prize winner in the LensCulture Student Photography Awards 2013.
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