Our Bodies, Online

Mayan Toledano,  Serreis in Palm Springs, 2014  Courtesy the artist
Mayan Toledano,  Serreis in Palm Springs, 2014  Courtesy the artist

An emerging guard of young, female photographers carves out a new brand of feminism.

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Notes on a Scandal

Rasha Kahil, Hackney Wick, E9, London, from the series In Your Home, 2011
Courtesy the artist
Rasha Kahil, Hackney Wick, E9, London, from the series In Your Home, 2011
Courtesy the artist

Lebanese photographer Rasha Kahil turns comments from online trolls into a powerful exhibition.

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John Berger’s Intimate Greatness

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Geoff Dyer remembers the life of an acclaimed critic and author.

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The Accidental PhotoBook

LIFE Magazine ⋅ Time Life Picture Cookbook
 Time Inc. ⋅ New York, 1958
LIFE Magazine ⋅ Time Life Picture Cookbook
 Time Inc. ⋅ New York, 1958

Denise Wolff   We are at a moment when the community of photobook makers and collectors is expanding rapidly, yet also becoming more insular. We’re ever searching for that handmade artist book created just for the art fair, available in limited copies that are going fast. For many years, the Martin Parr/Gerry Badger Photobook: A History and other books about books have served as a shopping list, bestowing value on the included volumes. Looking back through The Photobook: A History, however, it’s worth remembering that they cast a wide net, including among the shimmer of possibilitys and Sleeping by the…

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Laurie Simmons and Molly Ringwald are Playing with the Big Boys

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10-The-Love-Doll-Day-2-Meeting

The iconic actress and legendary photographer talk about cameras, color, and what it means to be a woman in the arts.

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Renée Cox: A Taste of Power

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Uri McMillan speaks with Renée Cox about icons and avatars of black style, from Angela Davis to Beyoncé.

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Raised on the Road: Justine Kurland in Conversation with Her Son, Casper

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After years traversing the U.S. together in a van, the photographer and her son sit down for a candid interview.

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13 Essential Photobooks by Women Photographers

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10 Women Photographers Covers_featured

From photography legends to unsung pioneers of decades past, our gift guide to Aperture photobooks by women photographers.

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Keith Lamont Scott and the Legacy of Police Violence

Sean Rayford, Protests Break Out In Charlotte After Police Shooting, 2016 © the artist/Getty Images
Sean Rayford, Protests Break Out In Charlotte After Police Shooting, 2016 © the artist/Getty Images

A photograph of a bloody hand on a police shield underscores the ongoing struggle for African American citizenship.

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