Aperture editors introduce “Odyssey,” the magazine’s Spring 2016 issue.
For Aperture’s recent “Interview” Issue, novelist and critic Francine Prose met with Rosalind Fox Solomon last April at her Manhattan home.
Exploring the symbolism of cultural mythologies and human nature, Torbjørn Rødland is a modern-day surrealist.
Samuel Fosso, a master of theatrical self-portraiture, turns toward the icons of Mao-era China.
A new exhibition at Tate Modern explores how performance artists use photography – and how photography is a performance itself.
The octogenarian Portuguese artist Helena Almeida was intent on blurring lines: her playful images might be considered paintings, actions, and performative photographs.
Several Lebanese artists, including Walid Raad, have embraced the artist’s talk to unpack history and the limitations of the photograph.
All users perform a version of themselves on Instagram. But how are artists today using the commercial platform to calculated effect?
Performances are ephemeral; photographs are permanent. When is an image more than a mere document? How do images bring us closer to an event we never witnessed?