The Museum of Modern Art’s New Photography exhibition considers contemporary image-making in an increasingly globalized yet formless world.
The Met has mounted its first-ever exhibition of West African photographs. But is the museum late to the party?
Zoë Lescaze on Jeff Wall’s exhibition at Marian Goodman Gallery in New York.
NEA announces over $27 million in grant awards, including a $25,000 Art Works grant for Aperture On Sight: Teaching Visual Literacy Through Photography.
Several Lebanese artists, including Walid Raad, have embraced the artist’s talk to unpack history and the limitations of the photograph.
Coordinating editor of The PhotoBook Review, Madeline Coleman, highlights design trends found in this year’s PhotoBook Awards shortlist.
David Shields’s War Is Beautiful critiques sixty-four photographs of war that ran on the front page of the Times between 1997 and 2013.
The new issue of the Aperture Photography App is now available to download on your iOS device. Here’s a look inside Issue 20.
In a new photography exhibition at the Guggenheim, words and text take center stage.
Willem Van Zoetendaal selected five books from his collection that, together, as told to Arjen Ribbens, tell the story of his publishing house.
Joseph Gergel reports on the tenth edition of Rencontres de Bamako, West Africa’s venerable photography festival.
For more than twenty years, Harry Smith (1923–1991) collected paper planes that he found on the streets of New York.
All users perform a version of themselves on Instagram. But how are artists today using the commercial platform to calculated effect?