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In this issue

This month's fantastic issue is dedicated to the fascinating subject "CULTURE." In this issue, you will find unique projects of ancient cultures and 'almost lost' civilizations from around the globe.
Mark Edward Harris focuses on the Wabi-Sabi and the Japanese Aesthetic. Biljana Jurukovski exhibits her fantastic project, "Culture of the Mursi tribe." Joe Buergi presents two unique stories: Pakistan Kabaddi Wrestlers and the Turkana in Kenya.
Aga Szydlik presents her unique project, "Faces of the Inca." Paul C. Miller is exhibiting his fantastic project about the preservation and revival of the Native American culture. Meital Dor covered the unique, touching story of "Zewdi" and the Ethiopian culture. José Jeuland presents a collection of images from his travels to India, and Jeff DePonte features his project "Streets Without Borders," taken in Cambodia. All of this, along with magnificent projects by professional photographers from around the globe.
Enjoy!

Featured Photographers:

Mark Edward Harris, Biljana Jurukovski , Aljohara Jeje, Aga Szydlik, Meital Dor, Robi Chakraborty, Paul C. Miller, Joe Buergi, José Jeuland, Jeff DePonte.

Mark Edward Harris: Wabi-sabi and the Japanese Aesthetic

"From the 6th century until the introduction of the Gregorian calendar in 1873, Japan used a variation of the lunisolar Chinese calendar that was divided into 24 seasons. These mini-seasons were determined by the phases of the moon, the rise of the tides, and other natural phenomena. Living in constant contact with their surroundings - the mountains, the ocean, and their all-important rice fields - people were acutely aware of even the smallest changes in their environment and often celebrated them with "matsuri" (festivals).

Mark Edward Harris: Wabi-sabi and the Japanese Aesthetic

7 mins

CULTURE OF THE MURSI TRIBE

Mursi, or Mursu or Mun as they refer to themselves, are a Nilotic pastoralist ethnic group in Ethiopia. Their territory of around 2,000 km2 lies in the South Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Regional State (SNNPRS), roughly between the Rivers Omo (Warr) and Mago (Mako), close to the border with South Sudan.

CULTURE OF THE MURSI TRIBE

2 mins

A ROOM WITH SEAVIEW

Architecture is celebrated for recording our cultures and reflecting who we are or want to be. But what it means to represent us all could be grasped properly as a design problem. No other art form showcases more concretely how people live, work, and socialize around the world. The series 'A Room With Seaview' captures architectural feats created by mostly illiterate men.

A ROOM WITH SEAVIEW

2 mins

Faces of the Inca – Quechua and Q'ero people

Quechua was not only spoken by the Incas but also by their long-term enemies of the Inca Empire- the Quechua people.

Faces of the Inca – Quechua and Q'ero people

2 mins

"Zewdi"

Zewdi's mother, Emaneshe Kebede, was not at Zewdi's side at her wedding ceremony. Zewdi and her mother had 7 separated ten years ago in 2012, hoping that Zewdi would find a good life in the Land of Israel.

"Zewdi"

2 mins

The Holi Festival

The Holi Festival of Colors in India is a celebration of the victory of good over evil, the destruction of the demoness Holika.

The Holi Festival

3 mins

"Dancing Between Two Worlds"

"I first photographed the Kashaya Pomo dance group "Su Nu Nu Shinal" in 2013 when they performed publicly at Fort Ross State Historic Park. I shared some of the photos with the dancers, and they invited me to photograph their annual meeting of several local tribes called "Big Time."

"Dancing Between Two Worlds"

10+ mins

INCREDIBLE INDIA

FIRST TRIP TO INDIA NEW DELHI

INCREDIBLE INDIA

6 mins

JOE BUERGI 2SERIES

PAKISTAN KABADDI WRESTLERS

JOE BUERGI 2SERIES

3 mins

Streets Without Borders

"People living their everyday lives fascinate me."

Streets Without Borders

4 mins

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Lens Magazine Description:

PublisherArt Market

CategoryPhotography

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

The International Magazine for Contemporary Fine Art Photography.

Lens Magazine is a monthly publication that exhibits the best and brightest photography works. Lens Magazine follows the same the foundations laid upon by its predecessor, aiming to unearth and showcase both leading artists and emerging talents alike.
Lens Magazine takes a single concept each month. It allows its contributors to delve into any ideas and emotions evoked from this theme, leading to a rich and varied selection of photographs and stories behind them.
During the last five years, we had the privilege to feature Exclusive interviews with some of the most known photographers in the world, including Joel Meyerowitz, Steve Schapiro, Lindsay Adler, Sandro Miller,
Magnum Photographer- Jacob Aue Sobol, Jimmy Nelson, Martin Parr - President of Magnum International Photos (2017), Ami Vitale, Cristina Mittermeier, and many more.
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