Memories of the African Diaspora: A Conversation with Nicola Lo Calzo

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Exploring the rituals and communities of African descendants in Cuba, a photographer reveals their solidarity and resistance to oppression.

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Aperture Celebrates the Launch of “Vision & Justice”

Sarah Lewis at the launch of Vision & Justice, Ford Foundation, May 10, 2016
Sarah Lewis at the launch of Vision & Justice, Ford Foundation, May 10, 2016

Sarah Lewis, Carrie Mae Weems, Chelsea Clinton, and other special guests present Aperture magazine’s landmark summer issue.

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From Three African Photographers, A Diverse Vision of Urban Life

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Three-Photographers-Featured

An exhibition in Philadelphia explores African cities through street photography and portraiture.

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Vision & Justice Online: Renée Mussai in Conversation with Victor Peterson II

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2016_07_19_ABP_Featured

The curator of the London gallery Autograph ABP discusses the intersections between photography, human rights, and identity politics.

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Vision & Justice Online: 3 Reflections on Cinema and Archives

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Catherine Gund, Shola Lynch, and Franklin Leonard discuss pioneers of cinema, African American archives, and the definitive films about black experience.

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Kristen Lubben on Zoe Leonard and Cheryl Dunye The Fae Richards Photo Archive

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Kristen Lubben reflects on a collection of glamour shots, stills from movie sets, photobooth portraits, family snapshots, and typewritten captions which make up a fictional archive.

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In Experimental Photography, Is There Ever a Decisive Moment?

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Sixteen boundary-pushing photographers included in the 2016 Aperture Summer Open curated by Charlotte Cotton weigh in on their practice.

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The Camera Selects the Man

Sans titre © Gerard P. Fieret, 1965-1975. Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, Courtesy Estate of Gerard Petrus Fieret
Sans titre © Gerard P. Fieret, 1965-1975. Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, Courtesy Estate of Gerard Petrus Fieret

In a retrospective at LE BAL in Paris, Gerard Petrus Fieret’s subversive images reveal the libertine atmosphere of 1960s Europe.

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A New Documentary Turns the Lens on Robert Frank

Still from Don't Blink – Robert Frank, directed by Laura Israel. Photo by Lisa Rinzler. Courtesy Grasshopper Film
Still from Don't Blink – Robert Frank, directed by Laura Israel. Photo by Lisa Rinzler. Courtesy Grasshopper Film

Laura Israel, director of Don’t Blink–Robert Frank, speaks about the photographer’s life and work.

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