Spanning decades, an exhibition of the iconic photographer’s work in India reveals the fraught nature of photojournalism.
From Allan Sekula, dreams and illusions of the postwar American economy.
A major retrospective surveys the photographer’s career and social activism.
With relentless optimism, the artist considers the value of mediocrity.
In his solo exhibition at the Venice Biennale, Dirk Braeckman turns toward the existential
Katy Grannan’s first film weaves the joys and horrors of everyday life in a dangerous neighborhood of California.
In Bodies of Wood, an artist challenges ideas about gender and violence.
These photographers illuminate truths about the experience of motherhood.
On Saturday, May 6, Aperture celebrated the launch of its summer 2017 issue, “Platform Africa” with a member tour and party.
Behind the scenes of the Brooklyn Museum’s landmark exhibition about revolutionary feminist artists.
From teenage portraits to postwar Manhattan, here are must-see photography exhibitions in New York.
Daido Moriyama speaks about his Provoke days and capturing the streets of Tokyo.
The influential curator reflects on the evolving narratives of photography in Africa.