On October 24, Aperture Foundation honored William Eggleston.
In the late 1940s, the photographer’s photographer reveled in the contradictory energies of urban life.
In his first museum retrospective, Anthony Hernandez finds melancholy beauty in a city of contrasts.
Can Conceptual art speak to activist issues in new ways?
Spanning over eighty years of photographs, an exhibition explores the gender non-conforming potential of the word “they.”
Justine Kurland crossed the United States in a weathered van, pursuing a chronicle of American Drifters.
Four exhibitions celebrate feminist artist Ellen Cantor, who explored the subversive potential of female sexuality.
In the era of Black Lives Matter, what is the legacy of the Black Panther Party? Stephen Shames revisits his chronicle of American activism.
In his new memoir, the critic Douglas Crimp revisits the origins of the Pictures Generation, a fabled era of art, sex, and experimentation.
In his latest series, Mitch Epstein reveals the natural world within the urban grid.
In Cape Verde, a Portuguese photographer documents the trans community with candid intimacy.
In David Goldblatt’s photographs from apartheid to the present, a striking account of South African life.
Aperture and Paris Photo announce the shortlist for the 2016 PhotoBook Awards.