Born in America and raised in Juárez, Mexico, photographer Claudia Lopez charts the narratives that trace back and forth over the border that separates Lopez and her family from the city that will always be her first home. Like many others, Lopez and her
"In contrast to the concrete metaphors in the urban architecture and the materiality of construction, the bodies and flesh of the workers on the beach refer to something humane: of the flesh, tactile and intimate, something that is deeply lacking in these
Photographer Earlie Hudnall Jr. has spent more than 40 years documenting the resilient communities which make up Houston's Third and Fourth Ward, a place where former slaves settled after the Civil War.
Juan Cristóbal Cobo and I were paired together for a Leica talk on photographing at home during a pandemic. I had never seen his work before, and I was blown away that someone so new to self-portraits could be so inventive. Many of us dip our toes in the
Before I introduce the last photographer of this series, I want to let the Lenscratch readers know how much it’s been an honor and joy to showcase the various works and personalities of Korean photographers through Lenscratch. Personally, this opportunity