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L’Indifférence des Étoiles

Grappling with the overwhelming thought of our fleeting, inconsequential existence, this photographer looks to the stars for answers and momentary shelter.
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L’Indifférence des Étoiles

Grappling with the overwhelming thought of our fleeting, inconsequential existence, this photographer looks to the stars for answers and momentary shelter.

Making Voices Heard: Jurying the 2018 World Press Photo Contest

How does the jury for the world’s top prize for visual journalism makes its decision? Jury chair Magdalena Herrera spoke to LensCulture about the process of choosing the “best” photos (and what “best” really means).
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Making Voices Heard: Jurying the 2018 World Press Photo Contest

How does the jury for the world’s top prize for visual journalism makes its decision? Jury chair Magdalena Herrera spoke to LensCulture about the process of choosing the “best” photos (and what “best” really means).

The Stirring of Change in Mogadishu

In Somalia, long seen from the outside as a place of conflict and strife, a new desire is swelling. After enduring decades of bloody civil war, the country’s people are ready to forge a different way of life.
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The Stirring of Change in Mogadishu

In Somalia, long seen from the outside as a place of conflict and strife, a new desire is swelling. After enduring decades of bloody civil war, the country’s people are ready to forge a different way of life.

The Stirring of Change in Mogadishu

In Somalia, long seen from the outside as a place of conflict and strife, a new desire is swelling. After enduring decades of bloody civil war, the country’s people are ready to forge a different way of life.
LensCulture

The Stirring of Change in Mogadishu

In Somalia, long seen from the outside as a place of conflict and strife, a new desire is swelling. After enduring decades of bloody civil war, the country’s people are ready to forge a different way of life.

Ombre et Lumière

Shadow and darkness playfully vie against powerful, clarifying light in this series of street photographs made around the world.
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Ombre et Lumière

Shadow and darkness playfully vie against powerful, clarifying light in this series of street photographs made around the world.

On the Shores of a Melting Ice Country

90% of Greenland is covered in ice. While its southern settlements are adapting to modernity (and modern tourism), in the remote north, life goes on as it has for hundreds of years. But something dark looms on the horizon…
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On the Shores of a Melting Ice Country

90% of Greenland is covered in ice. While its southern settlements are adapting to modernity (and modern tourism), in the remote north, life goes on as it has for hundreds of years. But something dark looms on the horizon…

Geometry and Color: On the Streets of Wroclaw and Kuala Lumpur

Even though these two cities are thousands of miles apart and home to vastly different cultures, they are united by one trait: eye-catching hues set into satisfying patterns, unified through the eyes of the photographer.
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Geometry and Color: On the Streets of Wroclaw and Kuala Lumpur

Even though these two cities are thousands of miles apart and home to vastly different cultures, they are united by one trait: eye-catching hues set into satisfying patterns, unified through the eyes of the photographer.

Human Nature

Research suggests that time spent outdoors in nature is integral to a life well lived. And yet, humans have impacted (and in some cases destroyed) natural habitats worldwide. A series that investigates the “science” of our relationship to the natural worl
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Human Nature

Research suggests that time spent outdoors in nature is integral to a life well lived. And yet, humans have impacted (and in some cases destroyed) natural habitats worldwide. A series that investigates the “science” of our relationship to the natural world.

Photographing Epiphanies Across Crete

Renewing a tradition that stretches back to ancient times, the Greek Orthodox Epiphany is a celebration of renewal, purification, and a refreshed power for the new year.
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Photographing Epiphanies Across Crete

Renewing a tradition that stretches back to ancient times, the Greek Orthodox Epiphany is a celebration of renewal, purification, and a refreshed power for the new year.

Minotaur Island

Crete is an idyllic place, rich in mythology, nature, and hospitality. Yet something dark lies within. A series that seeks to reveal the core of this “dark energy.”
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Minotaur Island

Crete is an idyllic place, rich in mythology, nature, and hospitality. Yet something dark lies within. A series that seeks to reveal the core of this “dark energy.”

Fragments of Machismo: Confronting Latin American Masculinity

Using archival photographs and a personal connection to two charged sites of masculinity—the military and prison—this series explores and confronts the long-entrenched notion of Latin American “Machismo.”
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Fragments of Machismo: Confronting Latin American Masculinity

Using archival photographs and a personal connection to two charged sites of masculinity—the military and prison—this series explores and confronts the long-entrenched notion of Latin American “Machismo.”

Out of Breath

“Maybe more than the place I live, the place where I will be buried will define who I am, in the end…My chosen photographs are flashes about myself—and my death…” An award-winning series on childhood, memory, identity, and ephemerality.
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Out of Breath

“Maybe more than the place I live, the place where I will be buried will define who I am, in the end…My chosen photographs are flashes about myself—and my death…” An award-winning series on childhood, memory, identity, and ephemerality.

Photobooks 2017—25 Personal Favorites

What photobooks stood out to fellow photographers, book publishers and editors over the past year? We’ve gathered a diverse, eclectic list of 25 “personal favorites” from 2017—filled with inspiration and discovery for the new year!
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Photobooks 2017—25 Personal Favorites

What photobooks stood out to fellow photographers, book publishers and editors over the past year? We’ve gathered a diverse, eclectic list of 25 “personal favorites” from 2017—filled with inspiration and discovery for the new year!

Brave New Turkey

In recent years, the number of mosques in Turkey has increased dramatically. These photos investigate the ideologies behind this surge and get at one key question: what is Turkish identity?
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Brave New Turkey

In recent years, the number of mosques in Turkey has increased dramatically. These photos investigate the ideologies behind this surge and get at one key question: what is Turkish identity?

Best of 2017: Five of Our Favorite Video Interviews

Step into the studios, homes, and exhibitions of some of your favorite photographers through these exclusive video interviews. This is a selection of our favorites from the past year. 
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Best of 2017: Five of Our Favorite Video Interviews

Step into the studios, homes, and exhibitions of some of your favorite photographers through these exclusive video interviews. This is a selection of our favorites from the past year. 

Zurumbático

Taking his cues from the magic realism of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s most famous novel, One Hundred Years of Solitude, Venezuelan photographer Luis Cobelo captures photos of real people and places in South America to create his own mythical mindset, Zurumb
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Zurumbático

Taking his cues from the magic realism of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s most famous novel, One Hundred Years of Solitude, Venezuelan photographer Luis Cobelo captures photos of real people and places in South America to create his own mythical mindset, Zurumbático.

California

Using huge hand-built cameras, and printing directly from life onto photo paper, John Chiara creates unique sculptural images that are stunningly beautiful and surprisingly intimate.
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California

Using huge hand-built cameras, and printing directly from life onto photo paper, John Chiara creates unique sculptural images that are stunningly beautiful and surprisingly intimate.

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