Lens Magazine’s Monthly Subscriber Reaches All Time High at 16,000
NEW YORK, NY, October 19, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ — In just a few short years, Lens Magazine’s growth has been nothing short of incredible.
Starting off as the Israeli -based photography magazine ‘Israeli Lens Magazine’, the publication is now one of the leading international art and photography publications in the world today.
2017 has been a monumental year for the magazine, as monthly subscribers have reached an unprecedented high of 16,000. This achievement is a testament to hard work and dedication of all every individual that contributes to monthly publication – both in front and behind the lens!
Editors, contributors, and the readers all have a part to play in the success of the magazine, which shows no signs of slowing down.
Announcement for Issue 37 of Lens Magazine:
Exclusive Interview with Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos International
Lens Magazine continues to secure some of the most exclusive interviews in the world of photography, with issue 37 featuring an exclusive interview with Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos International.
As one of the greatest contemporary photographers of our time, Parr’s work cataloguing various aspects of modern life in an intimate and often satirical manner have cemented his status as one of the all-time greats.
Our exclusive interview by Allan Kliger offers insight of the man behind the lens and is a must-read for anyone familiar with the work of the great Martin Parr.
Access Some of 2017’s Most Exclusive Photography Interviews with Magzter
Martin Parr is not the first exclusive interview of the year for Lens Magazine, as we have secured interviews with some of the most influential minds in the world of photography over the past six months.
Previous issues with exclusive interviews include:
Esteemed photographer Jimmy Nelson (Issue 36: The Big Collection) Featured his special project: “Before they Pass Away”, In this special issue can be also found: Top Shots Collection of all the past 3 years of publishing excellence.
Renowned documentary photographer Ami Vitale (Issue 35: Documentary) Nikons’ Ambassador and a contract photographer with National Geographic magazine. More on this issue: An Interview with Giovanni Capriotti, 2017 World Press Photo’s 1st Prize, by Catalin Croitoru, and Mustafah Abdulaziz featuring his awarded project – Water – with a special interview made by the Editor in Chief, Dafna Navarro.
-Water- Is a long-term photographic documentation of a resource in crisis, beautiful project which received support from the United Nations, WaterAid, WWF, VSCO and Google. It has been reviewed by Phaidon, Monopol and published in Der Spiegel, The New Yorker, TIMES and The Guardian.
Legendary street photographer Joel Meyerowitz (Issue 34: Emotional Moments) Exclusive interview during the Arles Photo Fair 2017 by Sebi Berens
The Arles Photo Fair has also wrapped for the year, with the annual summer photography festival being another hit. 2017 saw some incredible exhibitions, and Lens Magazine has full coverage of the event in Issue 34.
Coverage of World Press Photo Awards Including Interviews with Contest Winners (Issue 32: The Meaning of Home)
The World Press Photo Awards have just wrapped, celebrating some of the best works of photography over the past year.
As always, some of the biggest names in the industry were nominated for the 2017 contest, and Issue 32 of Lens Magazine has in-depth coverage of the event, including special interviews with the 1st place winners in various categories, By Anna Pinto Rodrigues.
Each exclusive interview can be read in full along with the entire Lens Magazine back catalogue with digital newsstand Magzter.
Lens Magazine to Undergo Full Print Distribution in US & Canada in 2018
Lens Magazine is proud to announce a full agreement with fortune 500 company Barnes & Noble for full distribution of the print edition of Lens Magazine, beginning in 2018.
As the largest book retailer in the United States, Lens Magazine is incredibly excited about this latest partnership, which will see full print edition of the magazine reaching over 700 retail locations in the United States and Canada.
This helps to cement the incredible growth of Lens Magazine, with the print edition of our magazine soon to be available in an even larger market.
To celebrate this exciting news, Lens Magazine will be holding an international competition, with winners being featured in a special exhibition in an upcoming edition of the magazine.
Be sure to visit your local Barnes & Noble outlet in 2018 to pick up a physical copy of Lens Magazine!
The International Magazine for Contemporary Fine Art Photography.
Lens 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. Anyone can contribute to the monthly publication, which covers the entire spectrum of photography – from the individual interpretation of a single concept explored in each issue from a variety of international artists, to handy tips and tricks for any amateur or aspiring photographers. Lens Magazine takes a single concept each month, and 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.
The official website, lensmagazine.net, aims to build a community of passionate photographers from all walks of life, where ideas and concepts can be shared and explored among fellow lovers of photography. Working alongside the Lens Magazine publication, both iterations are looking for contributions and submissions from every corner of the globe.
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