Brazil in 10 iconic images
In 1840, French optical scientist and aristocrat Louis Comte appeared before an expectant audience of Rio de Janeiro’s elite to demonstrate the daguerreotype process. The 14-year-old Brazilian emperor, Pedro II was immediately enamoured and so began a nation’s lifelong passion for photography.
Book Review • October 11, 2019
Alessandra Sanguinetti: The Adventures of Guille and Belinda
While American photographer Alessandra Sanguinetti was stationed in the remote farmlands of Argentina, two children followed her around, fascinated by this stranger with a…
Top 10 • October 2, 2019
Mali in 10 iconic images
Mali is a landlocked country whose northern borders reach deep into the middle of the Sahara Desert, whilst the country’s southern part is surrounded…
Editorial • September 24, 2019
Photography in 1968: Revolutionary Roads
Remembered as the year the world went mad, fifty years have passed since some of the most pivotal events in modern history, but still…
Profile • September 13, 2019
Portrait of a humanistic photographer
For over half a century, the iconic Moroccan-born French photographer has traveled all over the world and found his voice both as an artist…
Profile • September 5, 2019
Michal Chelbin: A Life full of contradictions
Blurring the lines between childhood and adolescence, between fact and fiction, Michal Chelbin's work attempts to "exist in the space between the odd and…
Book Review • August 28, 2019
Pieter Hugo: Kin
Pieter Hugo’s self-reflective project 'Kin' is a confrontation of roots and a discourse on the politics of family. Shot over the course of a…
THEME: PEOPLE Deadline: 31 October 2019
than to click the shutter.” - Alfred Eisenstaedt
From all the corners of the world, across all cultures and borders: this month we want to discover and celebrate the diversity of the human race.
Be it fashion, portrait, street, documentary or any other form of photography that tells the story of people, there are very little boundaries and we are open to all approaches.
Join the award and show us your best characters!
1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400
Winning Photographer Sasikumar Ramachandran
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- Ellen Von Unwerth