Daniel George - Projects featured this week were selected from our most recent call-for-submissions. I was able to interview each of these individuals to gain further insight into the bodies of work they shared. Today, we are looking at the series Summer Plates, by Jamie Tuttle.(...)
The terror of war or also known as the Napalm Girl is a Pulitzer Prize winning photograph taken by photojournalist Nick Ut, a Vietnamese American photographer who was working for the associated Press at that time. After his brother was killed in 1965 at the age of 27, Nick joined AP in 1966. First working in the darkroom, he later became a combat photographer just like his brother.(...)
The Peace Prize Foundation’s board announced: "In 2019, the Börsenverein awards the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade to the Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado, a visual artist whose photographs demand social justice and peace and lend urgency to the global debate on nature conservation and climate protection. At the same time, Sebastião Salgado has created his 'Instituto Terra,' an institution that makes a direct contribution to the revitalization of biodiversity and ecosystems.(...)
Alec Soth leads the second online course by Magnum Photos, demonstrating the different techniques and approaches he uses in his photographic storytelling. In his first ever online course, you will follow the world-renowned visual storyteller as he navigates a range of different photographic scenarios, initiated after a random act- a dart thrown at a map. (...)
By Aline Smithson - I am thankful to be part of a community that considers our earth and all who share it, shining a light on issues that are significant and important. A new exhibition, All Creatures Great and Small, curated by Lisa Pearce, the Director of Meredith College’s Frankie G. Weems Gallery, features five female artists who are dedicated to animals and activism. While they each take a different approach (fine art, journalism, video installation, and commercial work), the heart of their work explores the lives, traumas, triumphs, and most of all, the individuality and importance of a few of the many non-humans with whom we share the planet.
Joy Celine Asto - Itching to shoot the great outdoors? Scotland is a favorite location of many landscape photographers for its rugged coastlines, mountains, stunning vistas, and other natural wonders. If it’s on your list of dream destinations, we think this monochrome series from Philipp Apler will push you to making that shoot happen!
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