Working in fashion and reportage, the photographer cultivated a distinctive visual language. Her retrospective is a window into history in Berlin.
In his immense documentaries, Wang depicts the lives of Chinese people with intricate and unsparing detail.
Aperture partnered with Jack'd and The Times Square EDITION to celebrate the artist's new volume "Notes towards Becoming a Spill."
The photographer's compelling and confounding images riff on the idea of the domestic realm as a private theater of Black humanity.
Since the late 1960s, Franco Salmoiraghi has made images that portray evolving notions of the sacred and political in Hawaii—and preserve an essential account of Native culture.
Introduction by John Pilson. Contributions by Dawoud Bey, Lois Conner, Shannon Ebner, Peter Galassi, Lisa Kereszi, Susan Lipper, Sarah Meister, Paul Messier, Abelardo Morell, Arthur Ou, Tod Papageorge, Thomas Palmer, Kristine Potter, Jock Reynolds, Jeff L. Rosenheim, David Benjamin Sherry, Steve Smith, Sarah Stolfa, Ka-Man Tse, James Welling, and Jeff Whetstone. Designed by Miko McGinty.
By Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa. Interviewee Paul Pfeiffer and Batia Suter.