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  • Rebecca Morse
    How have painting and photography intersected throughout history? A curator at the largest art museum in the western United States shares a few examples (and picks her favorite portrait photographs) in this exclusive interview.
  • Siobhán Bohnacker
    What makes a portrait powerful? How do you create editorial work while maintaining your personal vision? A conversation on these topics (and more) with Siobhán Bohnacker, senior photo editor at The New Yorker.
  • LensCulture Editors
    Now open—the LensCulture Portrait Awards 2018! We are seeking compelling, unique portraits from around the world. This international competition is dedicated to discovering the best portrait photography being made today. For the first time ever, selected photographers will be exhibited at Photo London in May and in Arles this July. All types and genres of portraiture welcome—enter today!
  • Leonardo Magrelli
    At first glance, these images seem straightforward—and yet, they could never exist in reality. A meditation on the cunning nature of photography and the thin line between portraiture and still life.
  • Rania Matar
    Lebanon and America are a world apart—or are they? Portraits of young women that traverse perceived boundaries of nation, religion, status, and more.
  • Matt Crabtree
    A unique street series filled with timeless images hearkening back to Renaissance portraits from the 16th century—all created, edited, and sent from the photographer’s phone during his daily commute.
  • Ken Hermann
    Visit the renowned Malik Ghat Flower Market in Kolkata through a series of portraits that capture the proud vendors posing alongside their spectacular, delicate flora.
  • Nadav Kander
    A relentless drive combined with a thoughtfully cultivated humanness—according to the sought-after photographer Nadav Kander, that is what it takes to make your mark in our age of visual glut. 
  • Tbilisi Photo Festival
    From fashion in the depths of Stasi Germany to the hidden portraits of Taliban fighters, this eclectic exhibition reminds us how the camera’s capacity to reveal our identity lies at the heart of the medium’s fundamental expressive power. 
  • Alexandra Polina
    Cultural identity is immensely important to many of us, but as these portraits show, the visible markers of difference can become as much an external imposition as a source of strength.