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In this issue

In this month's fantastic issue, we have the pleasure of featuring intimate stories and sensitive personal projects by award-winning international photographers from around the globe.
We enjoyed publishing an exclusive interview with an outstanding, fabulous French photojournalist Jennifer Carlos, who shares two projects: Daughters of God and Refugees camp in the Paris area.
Jose Jeuland did this excellent interview.
More, you will find the extraordinary, unique project by Barbara Peacock, who covers the most intimate stories of lovers in American Bedrooms.
Miguel 'Chromatic' Valencia shares his outstanding project 'The Other Side of San Diego,' which focuses on gangs, culture, and the hidden side.
Indeed a fantastic issue! Enjoy!

Featured Photographers:
Jennifer Carlos, Barbara Peacock, Miguel 'Chromatic' Valencia, Nilangana Banerjee, Geoffrey Ansel Agrons, Gala Semenova, Jean Karotkin, Ghazal Abbasi, Joe Buergi, Florin Ion Firimita, Leon Syfrit, and Sasha Sobol.

On the cover: Project: Daughters Of God.
Tamil Nadu, Cuddalore – February 2021
Srija receives a client who comes to see her in her room "twice to three times a month." Jennifer Carlos © All rights reserved.
See the exclusive interview on page 14

An Exclusive Interview With Jennifer Carlos

2SERIES: DAUGHTERS OF GOD, REFUGEES CAMP IN THE PARIS AREA

10+ mins

BARBARA PEACOCK: AMERICAN BEDROOM Reflections on the Nature of Life

Cai and Claire - Ages 28 & 29. Bliss, Idaho 'Dismantle and rebuild (the urge to destroy is a creative urge, a natural reset) build a home in you, a home in me. Together home is always growing, always being redefined-dismantled, and rebuilt. We see each other; we make space for each other. And here, we are always safe inside.'

4 mins

THE OTHER SIDE OF SAN DIEGO MIGUEL 'CHROMATIC' VALENCIA

"THIS PROJECT WAS PHOTOGRAPHED TO PRESERVE THE CULTURE AND COMMUNITY. IT COULD ONLY BE CREATED WITH FULL COLLABORATION WITH THESE PEOPLE, AND I THANK THEM FOR TRUSTING ME. THE PROJECT WAS CREATED WITH THE JOINED MISSION OF NOT LETTING THE COMMUNITY BE FORGOTTEN AND PRESENTING THESE NEIGHBORHOODS' REAL, AUTHENTIC LIVES." - MIGUEL 'CHROMATIC' VALENCIA

3 mins

NILANGANA BANERJEE: 2 series The 'Selves' | The Lullaby

The series Selves aims to artistically represent the psychological conflicts we face when we weigh ourselves based on socially determined of what is ideal and where we stand with the distorted and one-size that fits all defined.

6 mins

The Memory Floor - GEOFFREY ANSEL AGRONS

After over four years in the San Francisco Bay area, I returned to the east coast in 2015 to assist in the care of my aging parents. Unfortunately, their physical and cognitive decline proceeded to advance inexorably. Separately, each spent the end of their lives in facilities dedicated to caring for residents with dementia, most commonly the Alzheimer's type. They received excellent support from a dedicated and compassionate staff, and each, in turn, entered hospice until their death.

3 mins

THE DISAPPEARING SOUL: SELF PORTRAITS IN THE TIME OF COVID

I was fifty years old when I first exhibited a self-portrait. The image was part of a black and white portrait series of breast cancer survivors inspired by my own battle with the disease and the resulting mastectomy.

THE DISAPPEARING SOUL: SELF PORTRAITS IN THE TIME OF COVID

4 mins

GHAZAL ABBASI: DANCE OF SORROW

I'm an enthusiastic fine art and conceptual photographer. All images were taken in Shiraz, Iran.

GHAZAL ABBASI: DANCE OF SORROW

5 mins

MOTHER The Wind Is Blowing

Mother is a documentary that chronicles the final six years of my mother's life, her struggle with hoarding, and my grieving process. " - Leon Syfrit

3 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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