In her long-term series on Geoffrey Bawa and Bijoy Jain, Singh offers a world in which the aspirations of modernism are realized.

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Akihiko Okamura’s Outsider View of Northern Ireland
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Akihiko Okamura’s Outsider View of Northern Ireland

In the 1960s, the Japanese photographer recorded the Troubles with understated eloquence.
In Kyoto, a Family Portrait by Two Japanese Photographers
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In Kyoto, a Family Portrait by Two Japanese Photographers

Tokuko Ushioda and Rinko Kawauchi make photographs to slow the passage of time, venerating the subtle textures of day-to-day living.
Tadáskía, Corda dourada com minha irmã Hellen Morais, 2020
Essays

A Brazilian Artist Finds Beauty in Hidden Revelations

Celebrated for her drawings and installations, Tadáskía’s photographs promote a new visual vocabulary about memory, property, and the Black family.
George Platt Lynes, Demus, 1937
Reviews

One of Photography’s Most Enigmatic Love Triangles Finally Gets Its Due

In their book "Body Language," Nick Mauss and Angela Miller show how a group of artists shaped a network of queer image culture decades before Stonewall.

“Aperture is a collaboration between people who believe that visual culture is central to understanding and developing society in a way that is mindful and generative.” —Hank Willis Thomas, artist

“Aperture is a collaboration between people who believe that visual culture is central to understanding and developing society in a way that is mindful and generative.” —Hank Willis Thomas, artist