“In my neighbourhood, life passes slowly and calmly. We’re surrounded by countryside and sometimes you can hear the birds singing more than the sound of cars. Time is marked by the tolling of church bells. Before everyone worked and in the afternoon the k
Saturated colours, intense light, happy people, blue seas, clouds: the Australian photographer won the 2002 LOBA for her lively picture series dedicated to beach life. Her complex compositions represent a great homage to the beauty of the Australian coastal landscape and convinced the jury, with their content and form, that the series best captured the competition’s theme of humanity’s relationship with the environment.
Between 2008-2018, seventeen emerging photographers from across sub-Saharan African completed the “Photographer’s Masterclass,” a decade-long mentorship program curated by Simon Njami and the Goethe-Institut, which has resulted in the publication…
"We felt the weight of the responsibility of our children for decades. Now we are on our own. The empty nest has reawakened the joy of freedom we had as youths" I was thrilled to feature Barbara Peacock's 30-year project, Hometown, some time back as I so
Polish photographer Kaja Rata whose work was recently celebrated as a Top 50 portfolio in Critical Mass, has a metaphorical project that considers home. Who we are is not always defined by where we live or grow-up , it is truly formed by the limits of our
Projects featured this week were selected from our call-for-submissions. I was able to interview each of these individuals to gain further insight into the bodies of work they shared. Today, we are looking at the series Cousins by Kristen Emack. Kristen E
Projects featured this week were selected from our call-for-submissions. I was able to interview each of these individuals to gain further insight into the bodies of work they shared. Today, we are looking at the series On the Mormon Trail by Marcus Journ
With Italy reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic and 60 million people across the nation ordered to remain indoors, documentary photographer Alex Majoli ventured out to record the quiet desolation of a modern plague.