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Discover the Best from over 100 Photo Exhibitions Happening Right Now in Paris

For one month, every two years, Paris truly becomes the world capital of photography — and this is that magic time, right now!

This week, we highlight our editors' picks from Paris Photo (the largest and most important photography art fair in the world), Paris Mois de la Photo (the biennial month of photography) with 3 distinct themes this time, and the fringe festival Mois de la Photo OFF, which is celebrating its 20th edition this year. Enjoy!
Paris Photo 2014: 20 Preview Picks 
Here are 20 photos our editors chose to highlight from the upcoming Paris Photo
art fair — PLUS links to hundreds of other cool photo events taking place
throughout Paris this November.
Over 100 preview picks from the Paris Month of Photography celebrating the richness, warmth and diversity of the Mediterranean experience.
In the Heart of Intimacy: 30 Photographers
In today's hyper-connected world, personal intimacy can be hard to come by — these photographs (old and new) remind us how a good picture can put us back in touch with our inner, hidden selves and each other.
Paris Mois de la Photo-OFF 2014
This 20th anniversary of this fringe festival in Paris promises to share many unexpected surprises and inspiration — here is a preview, with links to the full program of events.
Lost and Found: Anonymous and Famous Amateurs
Group exhibitions celebrating the hidden treasures produced by anonymous or amateur photographers—unassuming images that offer a fresh, intimate way of seeing the world.
World Photography Organisation!

LensCulture is very excited to announce a brand-new partnership with WPO! WPO is a global platform for the photographic community and runs the prestigious Sony World Photography Awards.
Every week, WPO will feature the work of a member from the LensCulture community. So far, LensCulture Emerging Talents Antoine Bruy, Andreas Olesen and Sian Davey have been highlighted. Laura Stevens' series, "Another November" was also included in WPO's Magazine, Issue XVII.
Also, the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards are open for entry! The competition is FREE to enter and open to photographers of all ages and skill levels. Youth, Open and Professional competitions— Enter today!


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