The photographer and multimedia artist shares the books, shows, and films that have shaped his life.
Routinely excluded from the mainstream art world, in the 1960s, a group of African American photographers formed a collective to promote their work.
In the 1960s, Jet magazine captured African American life with grace and power. For an influential screenwriter, one cover was personal.
Ishikawa Naoki traveled around Japan over ten years, depicting canted colorful scenes of everyday life.
As a preview of the upcoming Summer issue, two groundbreaking filmmakers speak about diversity and inclusion in Hollywood–now a national conversation.
As a preview of the upcoming Summer issue, guest editor Sarah Lewis introduces a special issue of Aperture magazine addressing the role of photography and the African American experience.
Vittorio Sella combined his passions of photography and mountaineering to capture the elevated beauty of the world’s most inhospitable places.
Crossing the United States in her beat-up van, Justine Kurland pictures America’s tangled sense of itself.
Since 2009, a photography collective has embarked on ﬁve road trips across West and Central Africa, creating a kaleidoscopic portrait of everyday life.