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<i>“I believe the power of seeing the world as fresh and strange lies hidden in every human being.”—Bill Brandt (b.1904-d.1983)</i><p>Bill Brandt is rightly …

Postcards to Charles Lynch - Photographs and text by Garapa Collective | LensCulture

“Postcards to Charles Lynch” is a visual essay on the subject of contemporary lynchings, specifically those which took place in Brazil in 2014. Over the past 60 years, around one million people participated in such events throughout the country, according to José de Souza Martins, an expert on the …

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The Crossing - Photographs and video by George Kurian | LensCulture

In 2012, George Kurian was ducking bullets in Syria while buildings around him were being reduced to rubble. Kurian considered himself a photojournalist “partial to stories that affirm life” rather than a war journalist. But being in Syria showed him how “every conflict is hydra-headed.” Regardless …

Kuwait City — Friday Gathering - Photographs and text by Faisal Al Fouzan | LensCulture

“Friday Gathering Project” is an in-depth exploration of the living conditions of low-income migrant workers in their humble accommodations in Kuwait, bordering on high-end neighborhoods and landmark architecture. These workers are living on the margins of society though they play a key role in …

Photography Opens Eyes—and Changes Laws - Interview with Vlad Sokhin | LensCulture

<i>Panos (and Blink) member Vlad Sokhin describes himself as a human rights photographer. A recent recipient of the Humanity Photo Award for a series of stories from Papua New Guinea, Sokhin is determined to bring about change through his photography. His work on violence against women on the island</i> …