Landscape Photography Through the Female Gaze An exhibition explores how women photographers are upending gendered views of the landscape—and reveling in the sublime.
Guy Tillim – Museum of the revolution These photographs were made on long walks through the streets of the African cities of Johannesburg, Durban, Maputo, Beira, Harare, Nairobi, Kampala, Addis Ababa, Luanda, Libreville, Accra, Abidjan, Dakar and Dar Es Salaam between 2014 and 2018.
The Female Eye The Australian exhibition, The Female Eye, recognises the unique visual signatures that mark the documentary photography of four female photographers: Nicola Dracoulis, Kerry Pryor OAM, Ilana Rose and Helga Salwe.
65 Block Parties, 5 Boroughs, 20 Photographers: See What They Found – The New York Times We sent 20 photographers to 65 parties across the city to capture New Yorkers eating, dancing and playing in the streets.
The English – The Leica camera Blog He cleverly combined social documentation with psychological intensity: exploring the work of Ian Berry
Gavin Watson Looks Back on His Childhood as a British Skinhead – Feature Shoot Long before the UK skinhead scene was co-opted by right-wing movements it was a culture created by the working class looking to forge a connection across the races. If first emerged on the streets of London in 1969 in response to […]
Michael Jang’s American Dream The photographer revisits his deeply funny and idiosyncratic images of suburbs, celebrities, and California in the 1970s.
Adam Jahil: The States Project: Wyoming | LENSCRATCH Adam Jahiel is an internationally recognized photographer who lives and works in the American West. Mostly known for his photography of the American Cowboy, his photography has taken him all over the world. His poetic and dynamic images have been exhibited and published across the globe. In […]
Mark Power: Good Morning, America Volume II – AMERICAN SUBURB X “From there it is all ticker tape and pumpkin pie. From the position in front of its double, it’s the smell of Baltimore’s burning brownstone wires and antiseptic hand sanitizer ironically left on the church pew”.
Scenes from a crowd: Americans Parade by George Georgiou – British Journal of Photography In his latest project and soon-to-be book, George Georgiou finds anonymity and intimacy along the roadside of American parades
Hiding from Baba Yaga – The Leica camera Blog Nanna Heitmann wins the 2019 Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award with her series “Hiding from Baba Yaga”
Oskar Alvarado – Where Fireflies Unfold « burn magazine The majority of those born in the cities resulting from rural emigration in the 60s and 70s have a common place that unites us: our parents’ village. Deleitosa is my village.It is located in the province of Cáceres, in the region of Extremadura in Spain. Here my parents, […]
OpenWalls Arles 2020: Daily Life on the remote island of Eigg – British Journal of Photography Danny North’s series, As I Found Her, explores one of the most isolated communities in the UK
STREET / FORM: photography’s relationship with the urban landscape – British Journal of Photography 100 large-scale newsprints in Rotterdam will present the work of 70 photographers who find inspiration in urban form
Fragments of Papua – Witness A series of diptychs about the recurring discrimination and violence towards indigenous Papuan in Indonesia
Juxtapoz Magazine – Masahisa Fukase’s Family Photos For three generations the Fukase family ran a photography studio in Bifuka, a small provincial town in the northern Japanese province of Hokkaido. In August 1971, at the age of 35, Masahisa Fukase returned home from Tokyo, where he had moved in the 1950s. He realised that the […]
Shannon Davis: I Got Somethin’ To Show You | LENSCRATCH Shannon Davis is a photographer, design director and has been an adjunct professor at the Savannah College or Art and Design since 2008. She currently has an exhibition, I’ve Got Somethin’ to Show You, Images from The Old First Ward, at the Buffalo History Museum, […]
A Photo Trip to Washington State, Dedicated to My Parents – The Atlantic This summer has been a difficult one for me personally. In the past month, both my mother and my father passed away. I will miss them immensely, and will be remembering their lives among family and friends, but here, on these pages, […]
Seunggu Kim: Better Days | LENSCRATCH As summer draws to an end, it’s a great time to consider how we spend our free time and explore the idea of what connotes a vacation. South Korean artist Seunggu Kim has done just that with his project Better Days, currently on exhibition at the Filter Space running […]
The Photography of Margaret Bourke-White – The Atlantic Margaret Bourke-White was born in New York City in 1904, and grew up in rural New Jersey. She went on to study science and art at multiple universities in the United States from 1921 to 1927, then began a successful run as an industrial photographer, making notable […]