With 14,841 entries from 111 countries across 5 continents, the Xposure International Photography Festival has registered its highest number of applications ever submitted in its
Iraqi photographers from the city of Basra have dominated Xposure International Photography Festival’s #HomeCaptured contest, now in its third week, as Ahmed Lazem took home the first prize of US$ 1,000 while Saad Al Hamady claimed the runner-up position, winning US$ 750.
The photography competition under the theme of ‘Souqs’ has been won by two Arab women, one from Lebanon and one from Oman, after their entries were selected from over 50,000 photographs submitted by people from all over the Arab world.
The Dubai Crown Prince captioned the photos, “Just in time! #Fullmoon in #Dubai.”
Conceptualised by online channel Selfie TV, the exhibit to be unveiled on June 27 on www.selfietv.co will feature images shot by 66 photographers from around the world.
Koji Ishii can't help himself: whenever he sees a lost glove on the streets of his hometown Tokyo, he just has to stop and document it.
Khalil Ashawi went to the Atmeh camp for displaced people on the Syrian-Turkish border, where families have been sheltering since 2011 from a conflict that has made half of Syrians homeless.
A large number of students, researchers, and space sciences enthusiasts witnessed the observation using remote video communication technologies.
Lebanon Then and Now: Photography from 2006 to 2020, is a unique collaboration between cultural institutions spanning Washington DC, Paris and Beirut, with one shared goal