Lincoln Clarkes is an award-winning photographer who was originally a painter before refocusing his efforts on fashion and portraiture while living in London and Paris. Portraits include Debbie Harry, Helmut Newton, Noam Chomsky, Patti Smith, Vivienne Westwood, Michael Moore, and Oliver Stone. Clarkes' photographic works have been presented in numerous solo and group exhibitions at galleries and museums in Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle, and Toronto. Several film and television documentaries and scholarly essays have explored his practise. Lincoln's photographs have been featured in Vice, LA Times, The Guardian, The Observer, Saturday Night, and Cosmopolitan UK. He currently operates between Vancouver, Toronto, Detroit and London.
Yesterday's World Photography Day had us thinking about all the great stories that are told visually. From portraits of Canadian authors to the rise of hip hop culture to photographic documentaries of marginalized women, our top 10 list of snap-worthy stories is an ode to this ... Read more
Lincoln Clarkes is a photographer celebrated around the world for his various series of work, from celebrity portraits to psychedelic shots of the Burning Man Festival. However, it is probably his Heroines series for which he has become most renowned. Clarkes first exhibited ... Read more
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