From Kurt Klagsbrunn, a midcentury vision of Brazil’s most photogenic city.
At the Art Institute of Chicago, three artists provoke timely questions about race and sexuality.
From the rush of Niagara Falls to Elizabeth Taylor’s bedroom, a chronicler of American life presents two concurrent exhibitions.
With provocative self-portraits from the 1970s, a pioneer of Body Art makes his New York debut.
Renowned for his vivacious snapshots of friends and family, a new exhibition in Amsterdam showcases the early color photographs of a bon vivant.
At a seventeenth-century villa in Kyoto, a young photographer merged modernist vision with exquisite design. Thirty years later, he returned for a second look.
With the new season in full swing, Aperture’s editors select five must-see photography exhibitions on view or opening soon in New York City.
Two Paris museums put women photographers in the spotlight. But are gender-specific exhibitions relevant today?
The Museum of Modern Art’s New Photography exhibition considers contemporary image-making in an increasingly globalized yet formless world.