Photography and Money
Since Dorothea Lange captured the suffering of depression-era Americans, poverty has been a well-documented subject within photography, but in contrast, money, and those who have it, is a theme rarely explored.
Book Review • September 17, 2020
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…
Book Review • September 9, 2020
Issei Suda: “78”
From Tokyo to its surrounding prefectures, a book recently published by Chose Commune reveals the Japanese photography master’s striking world, immersed in urban energy…
Editorial • September 1, 2020
A brief History of Color Photography
Since the inception of the medium, photographers have yearned to colorize their monochrome images, and the invention of color photography has been a much-debated…
Profile • August 23, 2020
German photographer Tom Hegen captures the human impact on natural landscapes through spectacular aerial shots depicting the surface of the Earth from above.
Profile • August 14, 2020
Widely regarded as one of the finest photographers of our time, Nadav Kander is renowned for his uncompromising and evocative images which cut to…
Editorial • August 6, 2020
Richard Kalvar and the everyday
For over five decades, New York born photographer Richard Kalvar has been capturing the intriguing theatre of quotidian life across the globe with remarkable…
THEME: STREET PHOTOGRAPHY Deadline: 30 September 2020
Street photography has been one of the most exciting and influential forms of photography since its creation.
Whether the subject is your own city or as you explore other territories and cultures: this month we want to discover the streets through YOUR lens!
1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400
Winning Photographer Sandra Morante
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- Mary Ellen Mark