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Banned Beauty - Heba Khamis | LensCulture Photographer Heba Khamis traveled to Cameroon to explore the secretive tradition of breast ironing in her latest project Banned Beauty. #HebaKhamis ...
Destination Europe - Jason Florio | LensCulture With 35 heart-breaking and riveting photographs, and his own personal account of 18 months on rescue ships, photojournalist Jason Florio provides an ...
Mukono - Bastiaan Woudt | LensCulture As his earlier work already showed, Bastiaan Woudt (1987) has a longstanding fascination for the African continent and photographing the Ugandan countryside ...
Randy - Robin de Puy | LensCulture On an 8000 mile road trip across the United States, photographer Robin de Puy met a boy living in the small town of Ely, Nevada who became her photographic ...
Photographing The Victims of Boko Haram - Adam Ferguson | LensCulture Portraits of resilience and strength—these young women were captured by Boko Haram and forced to carry suicide bombs. But instead of succumbing to their ...
Topophilia - Peter Braunholz | LensCulture Traveling 20000 miles across Europe's countless towns and villages, this series captures an unsettling view of the constructed environment. #PeterBraunholz ...
Finisterrae - Michele Palazzi | LensCulture With Finisterrae, Michele Palazzi, uses symbols and allegories to show the meaning of crisis, and what it means to lose hope and lose connection with your ...
Standing Rock - Amber Bracken | LensCulture All-Americans: Coming Together at Standing Rock Opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline united hundreds of tribes and non-indigenous groups across the ...
Cuban Muslims, Tropical Faith - Joan Alvado | LensCulture The number of Muslims in Cuba was once counted in dozens—now, there are more than 9000 devotees on the island. In this exclusive video interview, learn ...
The Crack - Carlos Spottorno | Lensculture Revealing the Cracks in the European Union Photographer Carlos Spottorno portrays one of the most pressing issues of our time—the European migrant ...
A Myth of Two Souls - Vasantha Yogananthan | LensCulture Love, Family, Brotherhood: Ancient Themes in Contemporary India This photographer's seven-year-long project takes an ancient Indian epic—The ...
The Island of the Colorblind - Sanne de Wilde | LensCulture Visiting “The Island of the Colorblind” A gorgeous, inventive and challenging project, which allows us to embrace “the diversity of vision” and immerse ourselves ...
The Parallel State - Guy Martin | LensCulture Life in contemporary Turkey exists in two parallel, increasingly fraught worlds. Walk through an exhibition with this award-winning photographer in our exclusive ...
The Continuity of Man - Nick Hannes | LensCulture The Mediterranean and the Continuity of Man History and crisis, beauty and desperation: from mass migrations to toppled governments, failed revolutions and ...
With and Without You - Jacob Aue Sobol | LensCulture The latest book by Jacob Aue Sobol is a tribute to his father who died when he was 20 years old. Printed on Jacobs 40th birthday it is a compilation of all the ...
Living in Africa - David Pace | LensCulture David Pace uses photography to discover and show what it is really like to live in Africa. #DavidPace #Interview #LensCulture #Photography #LivinginAfrica.
Photographic Rubbings - Klea McKenna | LensCulture Contact: Direct Reflections of Landscape Each of these unique photograms seems to hold a silent secret, pulling us in deeper with each passing moment.
A Conversation with Phillip Toledano | LensCulture Phillip Toledano (b. 1968) is a British photographer living and working in New York City. As an artist, he works across mediums from photography to installation.
Terra Nostra - Mimi Mollica | LensCulture What drives us to leave our homes and seek our fortunes abroad? Sicilian photographer Mimi Mollica returned to his roots to confront the suffocating ...
Crossing Europe with Poike Stomps | LensCulture Poike Stomps works as a social documentary photographer in Amsterdam, exploring human behavior / interaction, doing long term projects and assignments.
Renée C. Byer on the Art of Photojournalism | LensCulture All photos copyright of Renee C. Byer and The Sacramento Bee Renée C. Byer is an award-winning American documentary photojournalist best known for her ...
Everything We Touch - Paula Zuccotti | LensCulture Making sense of someone's life by only viewing the objects they touch throughout a day—indirect snapshots, each offering an accumulation of moments and ...
Careful - CY Frankel | LensCulture CY Frankel is particularly fascinated by the ways in which documentary photographs are used to try to accurately describe the world or tell a "truth," his current ...
Digging the Future - Matjaz Krivic | LensCulture Matjaz Krivic is a documentary photographer specialising in capturing the personality and grandeur of indigenous people and places. For 20 years he has ...
Lensculture Interviews Our series of interviews with some of the world's top photographers.
Talibes, Modern Day Slaves - Mário Cruz | LensCulture Talibé” is an Arabic term for disciple. What tries to pass as a form of education is only a way of business for exploiting children every day in Senegal.
LensCulture LensCulture is one of the largest destinations for curated, contemporary photography from around the world. We are committed to discovering and promoting the ...
A whisper from Sicily - LensCulture Street Photography Award 2015 Trama Siciliana - Lorenzo Zoppolato A whisper from Sicily - LensCulture Street Photography Award 2015.
Lens Culture: Conversations with Photographers -- Roger Ballen Psychology, metaphor and controversy in the art of photography. American photographer Roger Ballen has been living and photographing in South Africa since ...

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