André Kertész: between poetry and geometry
André Kertész: a roamer for much of his life, his feelings of rootlessness manifest in his work and often convey a quiet mood of melancholy.
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Russia in 10 iconic images
The largest country in the world, Russia stands as a fierce and proud nation, extending across Northern Asia and eastern Europe, almost like a…
Profile • November 28, 2019
Forced to leave Germany because of his Jewish heritage, photographer Herbert List was a lover of classicism with connections to the European avant-garde movement…
Editorial • November 21, 2019
How Wing Shya immortalized Hong Kong’s cool
With a portfolio featuring some of Asia’s biggest cinematic icons, Wing Shya is one of Asia’s best-known artists with an impressive oeuvre.
Editorial • November 13, 2019
Legendary Women in Photography
All artists, regardless of gender, are attempting to shape an audience's perspective on the human experience. But these pioneering female photographers have helped shape…
Editorial • November 5, 2019
Photography and solitude
Photography and solitude - Alone with a camera, the photographer's existence is a solitary one. Though they may interact with their subjects and surroundings,…
Book Review • October 28, 2019
Bieke Depoorter: I am about to call it a day
"I am about to call it a day" - A title denoting to the end-of-day fatigue which Belgian photographer Bieke Depoorter captures in her…
THEME: OPEN CALL Deadline: 2 January 2020
Regardless of genres, this month we encourage all photographers to share with us their best images. Fine art, landscape, street, documentary, portrait, still life: there are no boundaries and you are free to submit any kind of work.
We want you to challenge us and respond to the theme in as many inventive ways as you can imagine: Edit carefully and show us what you’ve got!
1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400
Winning Photographer Angelika Kollin
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- Sally Mann