Andrea Gjestvang’s intimate project reflects on the intricacies of the asylum-seeking process in Norway, foregrounding the emotional toll it takes on the families involved. In some way or another, we all
From Concept to Cover - Photographs by various photographers | Interview by Alana Holmberg | LensCulture
Picture editor at The Sunday Times Magazine, Russ O’Connell, sheds light on his role at the widely-respected publication and what he looks for when commissioning photographers for the all-important cover
Capturing Intimacy - Photographs by various artists | Interview by Lodoe-Laura Haines-Wangda | LensCulture
With over 12 years experience under her belt, gallerist Dina Mitrani shares some wisdom about creating a space for photography in Miami and embracing abstract approaches to portraiture. In November 2008,
Portrait photographer Laura Stevens has achieved a great level of success since winning an Emerging Talent Award in 2014—and she shares some pearls of wisdom for others embarking on a similar journey.
How do you define excellence when so much of photography is constantly changing and reinventing itself? Manolis Moresopoulos, Director of the Athens Photo Festival, shares his insights. One of the most
The Ukrainian rail industry gets a technicolor makeover in Julie Poly’s vibrant photographs, where long train journeys are filled with fun and fantasy. In Julie Poly’s version of overnight train travel