Anne Schreutelkamp

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En Sombra // In Shadow - Photographs and text by Jose Luis Barcia Fernandez | LensCulture

<i>Jose Luis Barcia Fernandez is one of the 31 winners and finalists of the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2015! LensCulture is proud to present the work of these photographers who show us, each in their own way, why street photography today remains as fresh and vibrant as ever!</i><p>I focus my …

Street Photography

Souvenir d'un Futur

<i>These poetic visions of the Parisian suburbs were selected as a finalist in the</i> <i>LensCulture Exposure Awards 2015</i>. <i>Discover more inspiring work from all 31 of the winners and finalists.</i><p>"Souvenir d'un Futur" documents the life of senior citizens living in the "Grands Ensembles" (large housing projects) …

France

Bihari, Stranded Pakistanis

Project info<p>Biharis are Urdu speaking Muslim migrated from Bihar province of India to East Pakistan which is now Bangladesh in 1947 at the time of The Great Partition. During the independence war in 1971 between East Pakistan and West Pakistan, they sided with West Pakistan army and opposed the …

ManMadEversum

Project info<p>Collection of urban, faceless photographs of a man made habitat, cityscapes we live in.<br>Sometimes mad, sometimes sad, many times creative, beautiful and rad.<br>Love it or hate it, here it is.<br>When it is made with care and vision,<br>I adore it.

Welcome to the Future: 23 Photos of Vertical Living Around the World

For our latest group show, to be exhibited in person at PIX 2015 in Seattle this October 6-7 as well as online at DPReview, we asked to see your …

Danger zone

Project info<p>It has now been over a year since the Supertyphoon Haiyan, the most devastating storm in the history of the Phillippines, swept across Tacloban. Though a year has passed, debris still remain.<p>Typhoon Haiyan was the strongest cyclone ever recorded, with an estimate of 4.1 million people …

Natural Disasters

After Lights Out

Science

Wild in the City: Unsettling Photos Show Zoo Animals in Urban Environments

Spanish artist Pàtric Marín’s composite photographs depict exotic animals in dingy urban environments. The images in <i>The Rough Skin of the Elephant</i> …

Wildlife

74: The Yazidis’ Plight - Photographs and text by Christian Werner | LensCulture

Christian Werner <i>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 his profile to learn more about her and to see more of her great work.</i><p>The …

Mesmerizing Environmental Sculptures in Nature by Martin Hill

I imagine it is difficult to make environmental art of this type without being compared to Andy Goldsworthy. However, I believe Martin Hill’s work is …

Days of Night/Nights of Day - Photographs and text by Elena Chernyshova | LensCulture

“Days of Night/Nights of Day” is about the daily life of the inhabitants of Norilsk. Norilsk is a mining city, with a population of more than 170,000. It is the northernmost city (100,000+ people) in the world. The average temperature is -10° C and reaches lows of -55° C in the winter. For two …

Unique

‘The First Celebrity Chef’: Photos Take Us Inside the Kitchen of Marco Pierre White

When chef Marco Pierre White, famously recognized as the original celebrity chef, released his cookbook and memoir <i>White Heat</i> twenty-five years ago, …

Marco Pierre White

Sebastian Liste – An Intimate Pandemic

SALVADOR DE BAHIA, BRAZIL – DECEMBER 10, 2009: Children playing in the stairs in one of the buildings of the abandonated chocolate factory, on …

Venezuela

La Famille 2015 - Photographs and text by Alain Laboile | LensCulture

I’m a father of six. Through my photographic work I celebrate and document my family life : a life on the edge of the world, where intemporality and the universality of childhood meet.<p>Day to day I create a family album that constitutes a legacy that I will pass on to my children. My work reflects …

Surfaces in the Street - Photographs by Siegfried Hansen | LensCulture

There are many kinds of street photography, yet almost all rely on “seeing” ordinary things and events in a special way, and then capturing that extraordinary image in a photograph so others can appreciate the original vision of the photographer.<p>Siegfried Hansen is a master at discovering …

The Dark Room of My Mind - Photographs by Lidia Giusto | LensCulture

In black and white pictures, contrast is one of the most powerful instruments at the artist’s disposal—a skilled practitioner has in her hands the very substance that is the mystery of light. This quality is wonderfully captured by the young photographer Lidia Giusto. In this series, she uses light …

Books

Apart Together - Photographs and text by Inés Duemig | LensCulture

<i>Inés Duemig 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>According …

Sasha Maslov: Veterans

Urszula Hoffmann, Poznan, Poland ©Sasha Maslov<p><b>Sasha Maslov</b> has created an elegant environmental portrait series that focuses on veterans from around …

St. Petersburg

Karabash: The Russian Ghost Town - Photographs and text by Pierpaolo Mittica | LensCulture

Karabash, in Russia’s Chelyabinsk region, is one of the most polluted cities on Earth. The site of a copper-smelting plant built more than a 100 years ago, extreme levels of toxic waste have caused enormous pollution and dire health problems for the region.<p>Since 1910, when the plant first opened, …

Finding Dakar - Photographs and text by Emmanuelle Andrianjafy | LensCulture

<i>Walking…is how the body measures itself against the earth.</i><p>—Rebecca Solnit<p>In 2011, I moved to Senegal, in West Africa, to follow my husband, who had been relocated for professional purposes. We settled in Dakar, the capital city, a dense populated urban hub with millions of people.<p>We are both …

The Playground - Photographs and text by Felicia Simion | LensCulture

At 19-years-old, I find myself confronting the end of my childhood, and staring down the beginning of adulthood. I watch my cousin Felix growing up in a small village in Romania, which many generations of my family have called home throughout their lives.<p>In this quiet corner of Romania, …

Laos: The CIA’s Secret War - Photographs and text by Lars Just | LensCulture

<i>We first discovered this work after it was submitted to the Visual Storytelling Awards 2014. Although it was not chosen as a finalist by the jury, the editors of LensCulture were impressed and decided to publish this feature article about it. Enjoy!</i><p>In Laos, some 80 million unexploded bombs, or …

2015 LensCulture Portrait Awards: Single Image Winners - Photographs by the single image winners of the LensCulture Portrait Awards | LensCulture

<b>First Prize:</b> Tom Vani, United States<br>From the series ” For Now”<p>These portraits came about after listening to a presentation by Duane Michaels and attending a workshop by Todd Hido. One point that Duane Michaels made is that there is only “now.” In other words: the past was now, yesterday was now, …

From the Streets to the Gym: Photographing ex-Gang Members Lifting Weights

Ever since I photographed basketball in Rwanda, I have been fascinated and almost obsessed with ways sport and fitness can improve culture and …

Criminology

Encerrados: Latin American Prisons - Photographs by Valerio Bispuri | LensCulture

Italian photographer Valerio Bispuri spent ten years in South America photographing 74 different prisons. Although he has worked all over the world, Bispuri has spent the most time in South America, living in Buenos Aires for more than ten years. His astonishingly ambitious project, entitled …

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Township: Life after South African Apartheid - Photographs and text by Anne Rearick | LensCulture

My work in South Africa serendipitously grew out of a photographic exploration of the culture of amateur boxing in the U.S. and abroad. This work led me to the Luyviso Boxing Club in Khayelitsha, a township approximately 40 kilometers outside of Cape Town.<p>There, I was taken by the determination and …

South Africa