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).
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.
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.”
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.
Presenting our favorite features from the entire year. The photographs in these stories are worth another look—dive in and enjoy.