The resulting images, which won him the 2017 Visura Grant for Outstanding Personal Project , document his confrontation with a family he had, for the most part, never met, and a country he was slowly discovering. “[I was] relying on friends and siblings to introduce me to their visions of this..
Visura is delighted to announce the results of the 2017 Visura Grant for Outstanding Personal Project , including the winner, top finalist, and 20 honorable mentions. The winner will receive $5000 in cash; additionally, the twenty-two photographers will have access to a sponsored..
Very proud to present TIME’s 2017 Person of the Year: “The Silence Breakers”. Especially proud of the incredible photography on the cover and throughout the issue by the dynamic and artful photographer’s Billy & Hells. We photographed and interviewed 31 women and men over the course..
This week the "School of Shepherds" project is featured in the Polish magazine Duzy Format, a weekly magazine from Gazeta Wyborcza. Is nice to bring this story till Poland. I am very grateful to Mariusz Kania for the nice interview, and to Maciek Jaźwiecki for the great edition..
I am honored to have received the first prize of the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize, organized by the National Portrait Gallery of London, and selected from more than five thousand participating photographs. It will be exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery, among the other 50 finalist, until..
Over the summer, the Washington Post partnered with Visura in an open call for submissions of photo essays. The Post selected three winners out of more than 200 submissions. We are presenting the second winner today here on In Sight — Diana Bagnoli and her work “Animal Lover.”..
The Bob and Diane Fund is so excited to announce our 2nd grantee Christopher Nunn and his lovely and poetic work, Falling into the Day. Thank you to Sony Alpha for donating a beautiful camera & lens to Chrisopher as well!! # ENDAlzheimers #Sonyalpha..
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month —Visura highlights ten more photographers, who are Hispanic or Latino Americans: Andrea Alkalay (Argentina), Monica Silva (Brazil), Michael Bonfigli (US/Argentina), Javier Álvarez (Chile), Karen Arango (Colombia), Wil Riera (Venezuela),..