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?
Here, in an excerpt from the book, Aperture Foundation’s executive director Chris Boot speaks with Kubota about his beginnings as a photographer.
The new issue of the Aperture Photography App is now available to download on your iOS device. Every issue of the Aperture Photography App is free on iTunes
On October 26, Aperture Foundation celebrated photography and Nan Goldin’s The Ballad of Sexual Dependency with live performances at the annual fall benefit.
On October 27, Aperture received the Lucie Award for book publisher of the year (classic) for Tiny: Streetwise Revisited.
San Francisco’s Pier 24 Photography recently opened Paul Graham’s exhibition The Whiteness of the Whale, the venue’s first-ever presentation of a single artist.
Aperture magazine’s managing editor, Brendan Wattenberg, on an exhibition of August Sander prints made by his son, Gunther.
Seven photography exhibitions to see this month in New York and Los Angeles.
The new issue of the Aperture Photography App is now available to download on your iOS device. Every issue of the Aperture Photography App is free on iTunes.
A review of PCR, Wolfgang Tillmans’ first exhibition with David Zwirner Gallery, by Gabriel H. Sanchez.
Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa considers photobooks and representations of Africa.
Brian Wallis remembers the work and life Hilla Becher.
In early 2016, Aperture will release the latest addition to Richard Misrach’s ongoing Desert Cantos series: an examination of the U.S.–Mexico border.