All That Paradise Allows

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In-Most-Tides-1

In Crimea and the Caribbean, Nicholas Muellner’s new photobook is a tropical gothic of seduction and violence.

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Inside Aperture Connect Meet-Up with Photobook Collector David Solo

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A firsthand look at how photobook collections start, how they are organized, and how they are cared for.

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In Cameroon, A New Platform for Emerging Photographers

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Rollers&Bycker_bonanjo

AMET (Elsa M’bala) speaks with Christine Eyene and Landry Mbassi about YaPhoto.

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Does the Venice Biennale Have a Problem with Photography?

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Ilgara_featured

At the world’s most prestigious contemporary art exhibition, photographers are on the margins.

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Raw Land

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227MAG278_Montazami-Sedira-HR

How are artists rethinking documentary in North Africa?

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Aperture to honor Kwame Brathwaite, Zackary Drucker, Inez & Vinoodh

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InezandVinoodhPic_web

Our 65th-Anniversary Gala celebrates the contributions of four visionary artists.

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In Praise of the Absurd

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15_Mozman_R_s_featured

In Panama City, five photographic projects tackle the contradictions of urban life.

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Délio Jasse’s Endless Archive

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Jasse-009_feature

Looking to vintage photos and alternative processes, an Angolan Portuguese artist engages the infinite possibilities of an image.

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Queering “Straight” Photography 

David Benjamin Sherry, Submission, 0C100M160Y, 2017 
Courtesy the artist and Salon 94, New York
David Benjamin Sherry, Submission, 0C100M160Y, 2017 
Courtesy the artist and Salon 94, New York

With a rush of color, David Benjamin Sherry’s new photograms gesture to abstract painting and gay history.

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