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Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
Toronto's preeminent month-long festival will showcase public art installations by established and emerging Canadian and international artists in May 2021
Holy by Donna Ferrato
If you know Donna, she lives her art. She is angry. She is empathic. She is loving. She is committed. This book, Holy, is an encapsulation of her anger; a compendium of her empathy; a 176-page vessel of her love; a lifetime of her commitment.
The Aquatic Street by Deb Achak
Deb Achak's Aquatic Street series documents life by the ocean as a silent observer. She swims within crowds of people, looking below the surface, both literally and figuratively.
Wild West of the East by Michael Joseph
Michael Joseph is one of the talented photographers who submitted his work to the Online Solo Exhibition competition. Discover his project Wild West of the East.
Sony World Photography Awards: 2021 National Awards Winners
The World Photography Organisation is delighted to reveal the National Awards winners of the Sony World Photography Awards 2021.
Lucie Photo Book Prize and The Open Call: Portrait Project Winners
Lucie Foundation announces the fourth annual Lucie Photo Book Prize winners as well as the winners of Open Call: The Portrait Project. A portion of the proceeds from the Open Call will support World Central Kitchen, resulting in a donation of $20,973.27 to this worthy cause. Open Call is in partnership with Sony and in support of World Central Kitchen.
Playing Games Around the World by Simple-T
Tabita Pietsch is one of the talented photographers who submitted her work to the Online Solo Exhibition competition. Her series was noticed by the curator and is featured here.
Circulation(s) Festival 11th Edition
The upcoming 11th edition will take place from March 6 to May 2, 2021. It will present 33 artists of 12 different nationalities on more than 2000 m2 of exhibition space.
The Lucie Awards Announces Fabio Bucciarelli and Malike Sidibe to Receive 2020 Impact Awards
Lucie Foundation and the Lucie Board of Advisors announce that photographers Fabio Bucciarelli (professional) and Malike Sidibe (emerging) will each receive the 2020 Lucie Impact Award, given to photographers whose work has made a substantial impact during a given year. Previous winners include Pulitzer Prize- winning New York Times staff photographer Tyler Hicks (2019) and Getty Images award-winning photographer John Moore (2018).<
Bus Response by Dougie Wallace
Since the start of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Dougie Wallace has been out photographing on the streets of London, capturing the changing moods of the city and its population.
Exclusive Interview with Paul Brouns
Paul Brouns is a Dutch photographer who found his voice by capturing architecture. The urban landscape is his ideal playground for apprehending rhythm, color and geometrical elements. He is the winner of AAP Magazine 14 "Colors" with his project 'Urban Tapestries'. We asked him a few questions about his life and work.
Best Modern Photographers of January 2021
What better way to improve your own work than to be inspired by others? I am absolutely convinced that discovering new portfolios on a regular basis helps educate your eye and have a better understanding of the possibilities that photography offers. Contemplating amazing images, in addition to being a pleasure, is a very good way to develop your "photographic eye", that little extra thing that will make your photos stand out. Each month we continue to discover incredible work from photographers that live and travel all around the world. Here is a selection of some incredible images of modern photographers for this month of January 2021 you can get some creative inspiration from.
Sense of Death Amid the COVID-19 Outbreak in Iran
Today is about one year after Government announced officially the COVID-19 cases in Iran and death still is everywhere. I could see patients who were infected by the new coronavirus in COVID-19 wards of hospitals who were breathing and after two hours they were died. In fact, life seems gone, time were stoped and people were looking for an empty hospital bed for their relatives. Sense of death is covered the daily life of people who have to fight with a new invisible enemy, and it will be getting worse when a country is under International sanctions.
Istanbul: A City of Strange and Curious Moments by Timurtas Onan
As one of the key figures of contemporary photography in Turkey and known for his projects in different concepts on Istanbul, Timurtaş Onan offers us a retrospective selection of his works between 2000-2020 in his new book 'Istanbul: A City of Strange and Curious Moments'
Tavon Taylor Won the John Chervinsky Scholarship Award
The Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts is proud to announce its John Chervinsky Scholarship Award winner, Tavon Taylor. We are thrilled to honor the legacy of John Chervinsky with this award to emerging artists who share a vision and love of the craft of photography.
International Photomarathon from PHOTO IS:RAEL and Chutzpah Center
PHOTO IS:RAEL and ChutzpahCenter invite artists to take part in a unique 24 hour online International Photomarathon. The works of 20 winners will be featured in a travelling exhibition during 2021. Additional prizes will be awarded to the top 3 artists.
Cristina De Middel wins the Prix Virginia 2020
The 5th Prix Virginia was presented to the Spanish photographer Cristina de Middel during an online ceremony on Sunday January 17th 2021.
Panopticon by Riccardo Dogana
To watch, to see everything, to watch the world staying at its center. To be like God. [...] But this center has no place in a traditional geography: it is the endless, wild, mysterious Big Data electronic prairies. And this is an opportunity for everyone, through the medium of screens: getting to violate (and of letting the others violate) the intimate vestibule of space and time, with a look.
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