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  • LPA/Student Challenges is back!

    Date
    31st Oct 2014

    The first of the LPA Student Challenges competition 2014/2015 is now open for entries.

  • Scattered Waters, Sources Streams Rivers

    Date
    30th Oct 2014

    Ingleby Gallery presents an exhibition of one of the most distinguished and celebrated landscape photographers alive, Thomas Joshua Cooper. Scattered Waters, Sources Streams Rivers is now showing until November 29th, 2014.

  • LensCulture Weekly: Nancy Borowick

    Date
    30th Oct 2014

    LENSCULTURE - Nancy Borowick brings us into her life through her series “Cancer Family” that won her recognition in LensCulture Emerging Talents 2014.

  • National Geographic Traveller: Duncan Longden

    Date
    29th Oct 2014

    NATGEO (UK) - In our second week, we introduce the work of photographer Duncan Longden. National Geographic Traveller spoke with him to learn a bit more of how he captured his shots, his most challenging shoots and more...

  • Bratislava's Month of Photography 2014

    Date
    29th Oct 2014

    The World Photography Organisation is pleased to announce its inclusion in the 2014 Bratislava Month of Photography, with a full curation of the Open and Pro winners/finalists from the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards.

  • Mariette Pathy Allen: Three Decades of Humanising the Spectrum of Gender Roles

    Date
    29th Oct 2014

    THE MAGAZINE - There’s something about long form storytelling that brings a new essence to a topic - following a single subject as the world continues turning around it.

  • THE FENCE: Nicolo Sertorio

    Date
    28th Oct 2014

    Nicolò Sertorio focuses his work on the natural beauty around us we risk loosing when nature gives way to human interference. His series “Once We Were Here” was selected as part of 2014's THE FENCE.

  • Fragments: Rachel Rom

    Date
    27th Oct 2014

    PARIS - Galerie E.G.P, established in 2009 and specialising in modern and contemporary art, is to hold a new solo exhibition by photographer and film maker Rachel Rom.

  • Pete Muller's 'A Tale of Two Wolves: Men, Masculinity and Violence'

    Date
    27th Oct 2014

    THE MAGAZINE - Pete Muller wants men to be “better than we’ve been”. The Nairobi-based photographer has spent nearly a decade examining conflict, poverty and social unrest through the lens of individuals.

  • THE FENCE: Noritaka Minami

    Date
    26th Oct 2014

    Noritaka Minami takes us inside the Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo, one of the few remaining examples of the Japanese Metabolism movement.. Minami's series was selected as part of 2014's THE FENCE.

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