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Cinema, Photography, Pygmy Rituals, Punk Rock, Photobooks and More...

Cinema, Photography, Pygmy Rituals, Punk Rock, Photobooks and More...

Wow, it's been a wonderful, busy week at LensCulture. We've met many remarkable photographers and photography experts during portfolio reviews in San Francisco and Houston. Look for great new discoveries coming up soon as a result of all of our travels and adventures.

We're on our way to London now to hang the exhibition of 31 winners and finalists from our Exposure Awards. If you live in London - join us for the Opening Reception! 
Cinematography: From Still to Movie
Photographs by and interview with cinematographer Ryszard Lenczewski.
I am Walé Respect Me
Contemporary Congo Pygmy traditions and rituals for new mothers — photographed as scenes from an opera! By Patrick Willocq

30 Under 30: Women Photographers
Discover a new generation of international female photographers — portraiture, photojournalism, landscapes, art, architecture, fashion and war photography.

Colossi in the Countryside
Super-sized and in your face: Monumental ideological, political or religious statues dominate countrysides around the world.
By Fabrice Fouillet
(Never Quiet) on the Western Front
Before photographing wars and conflicts around the world, photojournalist Stanley Greene was on the front lines of San Francisco's punk scene. 

Don't miss the Gala Exhibition of the LensCulture Exposure Awards 2013 Winners & Finalists! It's a great venue, with a special installation. All are welcome to the Opening Reception: April 3, from 6 - 9 pm.
PA14Thank You  to all those who participated in the LensCulture Portrait Awards 2014. The judges are hard at work now, reviewing work from over 82 countries! We will announce the winners in April!  Here are more entries that caught our eye:
Entrants Grid
Other Photo Events You Should Know About
ParrMartin Parr: Paris
For thirty-five years, Martin Parr has photographed scenes of ordinary life with the gift of catching us off guard, sensing the inherent vulnerability in each of us. With this show, he invites us to follow him through Paris.

Showing at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie
KyotoKyoto International Photography Festival 
The 2nd edition of this new festival will be held in Kyoto, Japan April 19 - May 11, 2014. The theme is "Our Environments", exploring our planet, our relationships to each other and nature, how humanity impacts and influences our environments, and vice versa.

An exciting young festival in a beautiful city.
MetNow You See It: Photography and Concealment
The Met digs into its collection for this show of vintage and contemporary photos with the aim of exploring how the camera can hide as well as reveal subject matter. Including work by Taryn Simon, Diane Arbus and Weegee.

Showing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City from March 31.

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