Mayerly Ferrucho Garcia

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Exposure Awards Juror Profiles and Advice, Part I - Interviews with the members of The Exposure Awards Jury | LensCulture

<i>As part of the LensCulture Exposure Awards 2015</i><i>, we will be interviewing the members of our international jury to learn more about their perspectives on photography as well as to get them to offer some advice to up-and-coming photographers looking to break through in their careers.</i><p><i>[Don’t miss Part</i> …

Street Photography

Chai Wan Fire Station - Photographs by Chan Dick | LensCulture

<i>Chan Dick (陳的) is a commercial photographer whose personal works have received as much as, if not more, public attention than his commercial works. In 2014, his photo series “No Compromise” portrayed student activists who were aspiring to make social progress in Hong Kong’s political scene. And in</i> …

Hong Kong

Imagination - Photographs and text by Jean-Jacques Bernard | LensCulture

Through its particular relationship with reality, I like the idea that photography is an exploration of the moment from within.<p>Moreover, French philosopher Jacques Rancière defines some photography as “pensive images”, when the representation is suspended, when the image leaves us in uncertainty, …


Post - Photographs and text by Marta Zgierska | LensCulture

<i>Marta Zgierska is one of the 50 best emerging photographers for 2015, as voted by the eight-member international jury for the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2015. Here is her winning entry and artist’s statement. View her profile to learn more about her and to see more of her great work.</i><p>In …

Time I

ensemble seul

Project info<p>Here are some of the photos that will be featured in the upcoming "ensemble seul" book. You can order it here until July 2nd:<br>

A escala: Scenes From The Suburbs

El hilo fantasma <br>Phantom Thread es, antes que todo, una historia de amor. Retorcida, sí, cómo negarlo, pero historia de amor, de uno memorable.<p>La …

Poolscapes - Photographs by Karine Laval | LensCulture

<i>While visiting Photo London 2015, the otherworldly “poolscapes” of photographer Karine Laval caught our eye. Her vibrant but enigmatic work prompted managing editor Alexander Strecker to reach out by email. Here is an edited transcript of their exchange.</i><p><b><br>LC: How did you begin making the pictures in</b> …

Dominican Republic

​Suspending Time: Miniature and Landscape Photography - Photographs by Yoav Friedlander | LensCulture

<i>I base my thesis on the recognition that our world is informed by images. Photographs represent and replace experiences, memories, landscapes and objects. Our past still exists in the form of photographs, and we will move on to a future which be is based on those photographs and the context through</i> …

Street Photography

Mobile Street Stories: H-artcollective - Photographs by members of the H-artcollective | LensCulture

Mobile photography is becoming a global movement. Supported by expanding technological advancements, and fed by continuous, impressive production, mobile photography is quickly establishing itself as a distinct and respected aesthetic all on its own. While the ease of using a mobile device opens …

Street Photography
Gisele Bündchen

Photo Csilla Klenyanszki - - #CurrentMood

The Self and the Shadow: Photographic Self-Portraits - Photographs by Giacomo Brunelli | LensCulture

<i>As I took the project forward, I wanted my shadows to be projected on natural surfaces and not in an urban</i> <i>environment. Along with this, a natural landscape was crucial to the entire setting. I wanted to give depth to my shadows with things like soil, tree bark, rocks, plants and so on. In a way, I</i> …


Exodus - Photographs and text by Marcus Lyon | LensCulture

My early work took me to the slums and ghettos of the developing world to explore issues surrounding street children and child labour. I was then, and remain now, inspired by the resilience and adaptive skills of humanity at the edge of existence. The ability—en masse, against all odds—to negotiate …

Developing Countries

Rise and Fall - Photographs and text by Yvonne Boyd | LensCulture

Working on a small island off the coast of South Carolina, my intention making these images was not about depicting the landscape in a typical way, and not about being at the right place at the right time. It was about creating captivating images from a place that I love and about being able to let …

South Carolina

Still Here - Photographs by Lydia Goldblatt | LensCulture

“Still Here” takes as its point of departure the family home, focusing on the transitional experience of the artist’s parents as they age. The work stems from a desire to address the inevitable changes wrought by her elderly father’s approaching death. Her image-making combines close observations …


Celebrating International Women’s Day — 21 Great Female Photographers | LensCulture

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2016, the editors of LensCulture would like to honor and thank the following 35 female photographers for inspiring us with their remarkable dedication, creativity and vision.<p>These 35 are at the top of our most popular features about contemporary photography in …

Street Photography

No. IX

Project info<p>In the midst of anti-government protests, military coups, and a palace that does not seem united, I was deeply intrigued by the shrines dedicated to the Thai royal family that adorned public spaces, commercial and government buildings, and almost every home I encountered. Growing up in …


Ralph Gibson Retrospective - Exhibition at the Goeun Museum of Photography | LensCulture

This retrospective exhibition (and catalogue) presents the works of Ralph Gibson, a distinguished and distinctive American photographer and a key figure in the history of 20th century photography.<p>Following in the legacy of Robert Frank (whom Gibson once assisted) and William Klein, Gibson helped …


Tepito: Mexico City’s “Fierce Neighborhood” - Photographs by Adriana Zehbrauskas | LensCulture

<b>Tepito, Barrio Bravo</b><br>By William Brandt<p>One vast market-place, ten city blocks of color, commerce, crime and contradiction packed into the heart of Mexico City—this is Tepito. Known as the “Barrio Bravo,” Tepito has a long-standing tradition of defiance of external authority, but today it has a less …

Mexico City

Tokyo Blur - Photographs and text by Cesar Ordoñez | LensCulture

“Tokyo Blur” shows a mysterious, sensual, rainy and blurred Tokyo — photographed in black and white, mostly at night, in spring during the cherry blossom time.<p>On a metaphorical level, this series of photographs attempts to capture those moments when we are out of our regular environment, “out of …



Red String - Photographs by Yoshikatsu Fujii | LensCulture

The first time that we open <i>Red String</i>, we are confronted with two snapshots. On the left, a young father, sitting on a concrete embankment by the water, gives us an inquisitive look while holding what appears to be his newborn child. On the right, a smiling mother, sitting on the same embankment by …

Publication Design

Beautiful Chaos: Poetry, Feeling and the Human Form - Photographs and text by Josephine Cardin | LensCulture

I have been asked many times what it is that I “look for” when I look through my lens. I do not look <i>for</i> something, rather, I look <i>at</i> something, someone, some place or event, and attempt to capture the essence, the emotion and the soul of the subject, whether a person or a building.<p>There is so much …

Street Photography

Insta Fav #97: Teresa Freitas

Our Insta Fav of the week is Teresa Freitas, a girl from Portugal, whose biggest source of inspiration is the sea. She's living quite close to the …

Mobile Photography

Manifesting Infinity - Photographs and text by Michael Donnor | LensCulture

There is a certain fascination we have always had when questioning our existence and relation within the universe. It is the pursuit of those ultimate answers, such as, time, space, and impermanence that both science and art are in constant search of.<p>The mind is whatever we want it to be; we can …

Carl Sagan


Project info<p>As human beings we have the innate desire to dissect our surroundings in order to better define the unknown. Historically, we have searched for our answers in religion, the stars, and in the observable phenomena of our natural world. In modern times, the scientific method aids us in …

Scientific Method


Project info<p>Katerina Belkina’s works can be interpreted as one giant statement of mankind looking for its place in the whole of social and cultural reality. The fact that Belkina nearly always is her own model in the various series she exhibits indicates that she fully identifies with this …

Edgar Degas

Diseños en azul, el color de la temporada

Sofisticadas piezas francesas combinadas con lo mejor del diseño contemporáneo y el vintage siempre presente en tres rincones y dos mesas audaces


Project info<p>Cyanohoops<p>Throughout my career I have explored the female figure, family narratives and contemporary issues of being a woman. My intent is to create works of art that are approachable in form and content, are interactive, yet fragile. For this recent body of work, I call Cyanohoops; I …