LensCulture is proud to present Beyond Boundaries, an expansive exhibition of recent discoveries in contemporary photography. Curated in part by leading editors, curators, thought leaders, and artists, Beyond Boundaries is an inclusive group show that doubles as both a celebration and a survey of global image making today. With 101 participating photographers hailing from over thirty-four countries, this exhibition is a visual reflection of the beating hearts and curious minds of LensCulture’s vibrant community.


Every photographer exhibited at Beyond Boundaries has been recognized through LensCulture’s annual program of awards. As jury members, the following industry leaders were integral to this process of talent discovery:

Manila Camarini, D La Repubblica / Jim Casper, LensCulture / Bruno Ceschel, Self Publish, Be Happy / Lucy Conticello, Le Monde’s M magazine / Cristina de Middel, Magnum Photographer / Catherine Edelman, Catherine Edelman Gallery / Michael Famighetti, Aperture magazine / Anne Farrar, National Geographic Traveler / MaryAnne Golon, The Washington Post / Ihiro Hayami, T3 Tokyo International Photo Festival / Todd Hido, Photographer / Francis Hodgson, Prix Pictet / Corey Keller, SFMOMA / Deborah Klochko, Museum of Photographic Arts / Shoair Mavlian, Photoworks / Stephen Mayes, Tim Hetherington Trust / Karen McQuaid, The Photographers’ Gallery / Joanna Milter, The New Yorker / Francesca Morosini, GQ Italia & WIRED / Laura Moya, Photolucida / Jennifer Murray, Filter Photo / Mutsuko Ota, IMA Magazine / Daphne Palmer, Fraenkel Gallery / Alona Pardo, Barbican Art Gallery / Richard Renaldi, Photographer / Molly Roberts, National Geographic Magazine / Xavier Soule, Agence VU’ & Galerie VU’ / Hannah Watson, Trolley Books

About LensCulture

LensCulture is one of the most far-reaching resources for discovering the best in contemporary photography around the world. Beyond Boundaries is part of an ongoing commitment to offer recognition, exposure, and career-changing opportunities to photographers of all levels.

For more information, please visit lensculture.com.

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Location Details:

Aperture Gallery
547 W 27th Street, Floor 4
New York, NY 10001

Exhibition on View:
April 26-May 2, 2019

Opening Reception:
Thursday, April 25, 6:00-8:30 p.m.