We are proud to announce the GP Winner and the Finalists of ours 2020 Talent of the Year photo contest! South African visual artist Lebohang Kganye (b. 1990) has been announced as the Grand Prize Winner of the Talent of the Year 2020 Photography Grant! Tell Tale project is inspired

We are delighted to announce the Winners of our 2019 International Photography Grant! International Photography Grant awards $1000 annually to the applicant with the most inspirational photographic idea to support visual project of the artist. The 2019 International Photography Grant received 3308 submissions from which 263 were awarded with Nominee

Says Michele: Monte Terminillo is a massif in the Monti Reatini, part of the Apennine range in central Italy. It became the “mountain of rome” during the Fascism by creating a ski resort destined to the Roman bourgeoisie. At that moment began the anthropization of the mountain for tourist purposes.

Says Stepan: Simplification is a visual research in which I am discovering how do different-colored objects affect on the perception of compositions, how do spots determine emotions and how do forms work with colors. The subtle line and the smallest point can make composition static or dynamic depending on where they

The international photo contest will accept applications through Jan. 31, 2019, according to a statement from the agency. This year marks the fifth anniversary of the contest, which is open to professional photographers. The Istanbul Photo Awards aims to support the profession of photojournalism. Photographers across the world are expected

The freedom of the puppet had always allowed it to explore the dark side of humanity and the taboos that would otherwise be off limits to an actor. In his famous essay from 1810 On the Marionette Theatre, the German dramatist Heinrich von Kleist presented the puppet as a philosophical

We are proud to announce the Winners of our 2018 Annual PhotogrVphy Grant! French documentary photography duo Sébastien Tixier & Raphaël Bourelly have been announced as the overall winners of this year’s PhotogrVphy Grant. Their joint project Shan Shui brings together the view of two photographers on the same territory

An observational research on women in Accra, about their ways to survive in the lack of economical opportunities. Says Ulla: This project is the continuation of my long-term project that addresses women working as prostitutes in Western Europe. Since 2013 I am collaborating with several sex workers in Brussels, Athens,

The Royal Photographic Society launches international campaign celebrating inspirational women in photography. Nominations Open 16th July – 28th September Finalists Announced 14 December 2018 www.rps.org/100heroines Launching this summer, Hundred Heroines: Celebrating Women in Photography Today is an international campaign initiated by The Royal Photographic Society to highlight inspirational women in

Japan is famed for its ultramodern cityscapes. But what happens when the ultramodern becomes old? A New Zealand photographer has turned his lens to decaying Tokyo apartments to find out with the launch of his second international exhibition. DANCHI Dreams will launch on May 12 at a former factory turned