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In this issue

This emotional November issue is dedicated to the core subject of our being, Humanity, and, unfortunately, the inhumanity of human beings.
In this issue, you will find sensitive articles about the cruelty of mankind and, on the other hand, the aspect of goodwill, and a sense of responsibility to ourselves and others, focusing on living, loving, and caring for others; in other words, Humanity.
In this issue, you will find an exclusive interview with Brice Gelot focused on the street's hidden and dark side.
Mark Edward Harris is presenting a touching project dedicated to the helpless dogs and cats, saved from the cruelty of humans by the Home for Life (HFL), where they can now live out their lives in peace and comfort and with companionship. Jose Jeuland presents his charming latest project, 'Aging Singapore, ' dedicated to the elderly individuals in Singapore, now exhibited at the Singapore Hotel until December 14, 2022.
Barbara Peacock exhibits her beautiful ongoing project, American Bedroom| Reflections on the Nature of Life. And Harry Fisch is presenting his unique artistic project, "The Art of Disappearing," which tries to bring awareness of the languid evanescence of the Arbore tribe in Ethiopia.
All of these and so much more in this touching issue.

Featured photographers:
Brice Gelot | Barbara Peacock | Mark Edward Harris | Jose Jeuland | Harry Fisch | Renata Dutrée | Dany del Pino Rodriguez | Poppy Interactive |

An Exclusive Interview With Brice Gelot

"Nothing's more interesting than reality. So from rough areas that never see tourists to poor neighborhoods where I can find chaos, I find beauty. I let the street speak, and I just document what I see...”

An Exclusive Interview With Brice Gelot

5 mins

AMERICAN BEDROOM

Reflections on the Nature of Life

AMERICAN BEDROOM

4 mins

From a Living Hell to Heaven on Earth: the Inhumanity and Humanity of Humans

In a remote area of western Wisconsin, dogs and cats who otherwise would have ended up on death row are given a reprieve. They can now live out their lives in peace and comfort and with companionship at Home for Life (HFL), which was not afforded them outside the sanctuary's gates.

From a Living Hell to Heaven on Earth: the Inhumanity and Humanity of Humans

8 mins

AGING SINGAPORE

A PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION

AGING SINGAPORE

8 mins

The Art of DISAPPEARING

In the classical proposal, indigenous people are usually the topic of discussion, but rarely do they have a hand in shaping it.

The Art of DISAPPEARING

3 mins

PRIDE & PREJUDICE

This ongoing series of studio portraits of young men is intended to challenge the viewer with social constructs that are centered around masculinity and femininity.

PRIDE & PREJUDICE

3 mins

DANY DEL PINO RODRIGUEZ

\"Go home, and may God be with you.\"

DANY DEL PINO RODRIGUEZ

6 mins

WAR AND ORGANIZED CRIME GONE GLOBAL

Between 1992 and 1996, different mujahedeen factions fought to co ontr al Jod-e-Maiwand in Kabul was reduced to rubble in 1994 after Abdul Rashid Dostum, ae leader of an Uzbek faction, broke away from the Kabul government and sent his fighter jets in to bomb the capital. He joined sides with the Hezb-e-Islami of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the ex-prime minister who had broken away from the central government a year earlier and who was now responsible for daily rocket-barrages into the city center. Kabul, 1993, Afghanistan.

WAR AND ORGANIZED CRIME GONE GLOBAL

2 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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