Pieter Hugo: Kin
Pieter Hugo’s self-reflective project 'Kin' is a confrontation of roots and a discourse on the politics of family. Shot over the course of a decade, 'Kin' focuses on Hugo’s life experience in his native country, a place defined by centuries of cultural and racial tensions.
Top 10 • February 12, 2019
Cuba in 10 Iconic Images
Cuba, “Pearl of the Antilles,” a small country with a complicated backstory. Artists of all disciplines have been drawn to its shores, some of…
Profile • February 7, 2019
Michal Chelbin: A Life full of contradictions
Blurring the lines between childhood and adolescence, between fact and fiction, Michal Chelbin's work attempts to "exist in the space between the odd and…
Profile • February 2, 2019
Portrait of a humanistic photographer
For over half a century, the iconic Moroccan-born French photographer has traveled all over the world and found his voice both as an artist…
THEME: STREET PHOTOGRAPHY Deadline: 28 February 2019
Street photography has been one of the most exciting and influential form of the medium of photography since its creation.
Whether the subject is your own urban environment or as you explore other territories and cultures: Street photography can take many forms - Show us your streets!
1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400
Winning Photographer Jessica Bizzoni
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- Ernst Haas