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Uschi Blume, Untitled, 1980, from the series Worauf wartest du (What are you waiting for) 
© the artist and courtesy Museum Folkwang, Essen

A Different Kind of Protest

October 18th, 2017
Uschi Blume, Untitled, 1980, from the series Worauf wartest du (What are you waiting for) 
© the artist and courtesy Museum Folkwang, Essen

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  • Oct 20 - Oct 22

    Boston Art Book Fair

    Mills Gallery

    539 Tremont St

    Boston,MA

    Preview – Friday, October 20: 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
    Saturday, October 21: 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
    Sunday, October 22: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

    Join Aperture at the inaugural Boston Art Book Fair, an innovative and cutting edge event where international and local artists, thinkers, collectors, publishers and anyone drawn to the rich intersection of text and image convene to celebrate and trade print in all forms—including art books, zines, prints, catalogs and analog recordings.

    Boston Art Book Fair brings together exhibitors and collectors for a full weekend of presentations and programming that facilitates progressive discourse and encourages publishers and patrons at all levels to embrace print as a celebration of the cultural vanguard.

    More details about Aperture programming to come.

    For more information, see here.

  • Oct 24

    Aperture “Elements of Style” Panel

    The New School, Alvin Johnson/J. M. Kaplan Hall

    66 W 12 Street

    New York,NY

    The Aperture “Elements of Style” panel is a part of the Confounding Expectations lecture series, which is presented by Aperture Foundation, the Vera List Center at The New School, and the Photography Program of Parsons School of Design at The New School.

    This conversation will focus on identity, style, and dress—the codes and politics of self-presentation as presented in the Fall 2017 issue of Aperture, “Elements of Style”. Panelists will discuss connections between self-portraiture and self-styling, decolonizing the fashion image, and the role of the queer archive in the fashion industry. The conversation will be moderated by Michael Famighetti, editor of Aperture magazine.

    Participating panelists include Tanisha C. Ford, Nadine Ijewere, Ethan James Green, and Lou Stoppard.

    Michael Famighetti is editor of Aperture magazine. He has edited numerous photography books, including volumes by William Christenberry, Robert Adams, John Divola, Jonas Bendiksen, and a series based on the website Tiny Vices. His writing has appeared in Frieze, Bookforum, Aperture, and OjodePez, among other publications. Famighetti has degrees from Bard College and Columbia University, where he has also taught. He has served as a judge for the American Society of Magazine Editors National Magazine Awards and has been a guest reviewer and speaker at many international photography festivals and institutions, including the Bamako Biennial, Mali; Krakow PhotoMonth, Poland; GuatePhoto, Guatemala; Rhubarb Rhubarb, Birmingham, U.K.; Festival de la Luz, Buenos Aires; Museet for Fotokunst, Odense, Denmark; and Fotografiska, Stockholm.

    This program is supported, in part, by a lead contribution from the Anne Levy Fund, and additional funding from the Grace Jones Richardson Trust, William Talbott Hillman Foundation, Inc., and the Board of Trustees and Members of Aperture Foundation. Additional public funds are from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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    Image: Nadine Ijewere, Victoria’s pearl earring, 2017

  • Oct 26 - Oct 28

    PhotoPlus Conference + Expo

    Jacob K. Javits Convention Center

    655 West 34th Street (at 11th Avenue)

    New York,NY

    PhotoPlus Conference + Expo is the largest photography and imaging show in North America. Explore over 220 exhibits, see thousands of new products, and attend seminars, keynote presentations, photo walks, special events, and much more. Discover the latest in photography, filmmaking, and imaging.

    Visit Aperture at booth #1228 and receive special discounts on the newest books, perennial bestsellers, and Aperture magazine subscriptions. Plus, pick up a free copy of The PhotoBook Review.

    Register for a FREE Expo pass and save 15% on Conference registration here.

    For more information, visit photoplusexpo.com.

  • Oct 30

    2017 Aperture Gala: The Elements of Style

    IAC Building

    555 West 18th Street

    New York,NY

  • Nov 2

    The Martin Parr Coloring Event!

    Tate Modern, Terrace Shop

    Bankside

    London,

    Get out your crayons and colored pencils! Join Aperture at the Tate Modern for the launch of The Martin Parr Coloring Book! (Aperture, October 2017) with a special coloring-hour and book signing with Martin Parr. Be inspired to create a new version of a classic Parr―sunbathers in Speedos, tea-drinkers and rainbow cakes, socks with sandals―and in the process, experience his vision in a new way. A riotous take on the eccentricities and peculiarities of today’s world, for all fans of Parr’s work.

    Additionally — Aperture is pleased to announce The Martin Parr Coloring Book Contest! To enter, contestants must post a photo of the colored rendition of New Brighton, England, 1982-85 (colored within the book pages only!) on Instagram and tag with #ParrColoringContest and @aperturefnd. Submissions are due by December 2, 2017, after which Martin Parr will judge the winner, who will win a signed print of New Brighton, England, 1983-85. Further details about the contest will be announced on October 23, 2017.

    For more information, visit tate.org.uk.

    About The Martin Parr Coloring Book!

    Martin Parr’s colorful and tongue-in-cheek photographs—his comedy of contemporary manners—have been transformed into a coloring book! Here is Parr’s affectionate and hilarious catalogue of human foibles—our bad fashion choices, messy foods, trashy souvenirs and the tourists who buy them, and all the often-overlooked silly details of our daily life—rendered afresh. The book’s eighty pages are packed with the most iconic and beloved Parr images, made into original drawings by Jane Mount, offering hours of coloring entertainment, as well as Parr’s witty take on the coloring book craze.

    Martin Parr (born in Epsom, England, 1952) is the author of over thirty photography books, including Common Sense (1999), Boring Postcards (2004), and Life’s a Beach (Aperture, 2013), and his photographs have been collected by museums worldwide, including the Getty Museum, Los Angeles; New York’s Museum of Modern Art; and Tate Modern, London. Parr is a member of Magnum Photos.

    Jane Mount’s paintings and illustrations of books and bookshelves have been featured in the New Yorker, Paris Review, and InStyle, among others. She is the coauthor of My Ideal Bookshelf (2012), in which she illustrated the favorite books of over one hundred creative figures.

  • Nov 6

    Susan Meiselas in Conversation with Gideon Jacobs at Strand Books

    The Strand

    828 Broadway & 12th Street

    New York,NY

    Aperture and Strand Books present a conversation between Susan Meiselas and Gideon Jacobs on Meiselas’ latest publication Susan Meiselas: On the Frontline (Aperture, 2017).

    Susan Meiselas, one of the most influential photographers of our time and an important contributor to the evolution of documentary storytelling, provides an insightful personal commentary on the trajectory of her career in Susan Meiselas: On the Frontline. She guides us through her ideas, practices, and decision-making along her journey—from Carnival Strippers (1976) and Nicaragua: June 1978–July 1979 (1981; reissued by Aperture 2008, 2016) to Kurdistan: In the Shadow of History (1997) and Cova da Moura, Portugal (2004). This book includes over one hundred photographs from her earliest work and most iconic images, along with previously unpublished photographs.

    For more information and to buy tickets, visit strandbooks.com.

    Susan Meiselas (born in Baltimore, 1948) received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College and her MA in visual education from Harvard University. For her groundbreaking work, she has received the Robert Capa Gold Medal for her project in Nicaragua (1979); Leica Award for Excellence (1982); Engelhard Award from the Institute of Contemporary Art (1985); the Hasselblad Foundation Photography Prize (1994); Cornell Capa Infinity Award (2005); and most recently the Harvard Arts Medal (2011). In 1992, she was named a MacArthur Fellow. Meiselas joined Magnum Photos in 1976 and is President of the Magnum Foundation.

    Gideon Jacobs grew up as a professional actor in New York City, but turned his attention to writing and photography as an adult. After a brief stint in the music industry, he spent 2011-2015 at Magnum Photos, where he was eventually named the Creative Director of the cooperative’s New York office. He left that position to focus on his writing, and has contributed to The New Yorker, BOMB, VICE, The Paris Review, Buzzfeed, and others. When not writing, he executes projects that explore the emotional idiosyncrasies of our digital lives: He once went on a month-long “fake road trip” taken entirely on Instagram, and most recently, created a 24hr confession hotline that was exhibited at Deli Gallery in summer of 2017.

  • Nov 7

    Artist Talk: Sam Contis

    Aperture Gallery and Bookstore

    547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor

    New York,NY

    This event is free for students with ID and Aperture Members.

    Aperture Foundation, in collaboration with the Photography Program at Parsons School of Design of The New School, is pleased to present an artist talk with Sam Contis. Contis is a California-based artist whose first book, Deep Springs, was published in May 2017. In Deep Springs, Contis uses photography as a tool to understand the landscape of the American West in both its physical manifestation and in its mythic connotations. Responding to canonical classic photographs of the American West, such as those of Carleton Watkins and Timothy H. O’Sullivan, Contis began photographing her own version of the West through the lens of Deep Springs College, a tiny all-male school in Deep Springs Valley, near the California-Nevada border. Founded in 1917, Deep Springs is an unusual school in that it encourages physical labor as well as intellectual curiosity—students study philosophy and literature, but are also instrumental in the running of the school’s cattle ranch and alfalfa farm. Contis became closely connected to the community of young men at Deep Springs, making intimate photographs that test our expectations about the way the American West is often represented and gendered. Contis’s young cowboys are gentler and more affectionate than the Marlboro Man or John Wayne; they seem to become part of the very soil of Deep Springs, forging a oneness with the historically feminized earth. Ultimately, Contis’s project focuses on age-old photographic questions about representation, identity, and performance. The images expand our visual vocabulary about masculinity and the way we relate both to one another and to our landscapes. Contis states of the American West: “It’s always been thought of as a place where one can try on new identities, reinvent or rediscover oneself. And photography has always been used as a tool to construct new ideas about place and self, especially in the west. In that way, the work is about photography’s own role in the process of coming to understand ourselves and our environment.”

    Sam Contis lives and works in California. Her work has been shown internationally with recent exhibitions in Los Angeles, Amsterdam, Antwerp, and London, and solo shows at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, California, and Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York. She is a recipient of the 2017 Nancy Graves Foundation Artist Grant, 2016 Aaron Siskind Foundation fellowship, and the Tierney Fellowship. Contis’s work is represented in the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Yale University Art Gallery. Deep Springs, her first book, was published by MACK earlier this year, and has been shortlisted for the 2017 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation First PhotoBook award. In 2018, her work will be on view in Being: New Photography at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

    Image: Sam Contis, Deep Springs, 2017. Courtesy of the artist and MACK.

    Aperture’s exhibitions and programs are also funded, in part, with support from the Grace Jones Richardson Trust, and with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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  • Nov 8 - Nov 12

    2017 Paris Photo Patron Program

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    INVITE ONLY

    Join Aperture Foundation in Paris November 8­–12, 2017, for the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards and the 2017 edition of Paris Photo, the leading international art fair dedicated to the photographic medium.

    Aperture Patrons will gain special access to a curated Paris itinerary, including: Paris Photo and VIP activities organized by the fair; an exclusive visit to the collection of Émile Hermès; private studio visits with Taysir Batniji and Malala Andrialavidrazana; and invitations to a cocktail party, a private dinner, and a celebration for the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards.

    Space is very limited. Reserve your spot today!

    One Aperture membership (valid through November 12, 2017) at the Patron ($1,000), Benefactor ($2,500), or Paul Strand Circle ($5,000) level, in addition to a registration fee of $300 per person, is required to participate in any of the Aperture-organized activities in Paris.

    Contact Hillary Beson at hbeson@aperture.org or 212.946.7146 for more details on the trip and Aperture’s Patron Program.

     

  • Nov 9 - Nov 12

    Paris Photo

    Grand Palais

    21 Avenue Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    Paris,France

    Visit Aperture Foundation at the 21st edition of Paris Photo, an international art fair dedicated to the photographic medium, a key rendez-vous for dealers, collectors, curators, artists and art aficionados.

    Book signing schedule:

    Thursday, November 9
    3:00 p.m. — California with John Chiara

    5:00 p.m. Halo with Rinko Kawauchi at the Éditions Xavier Barral booth

    Friday, November 10
    12:00 p.m The Martin Parr Coloring Book! with Martin Parr

    1:00 p.m. Announcement of the Winners for the 2017 Paris Photo—Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards

    3:00 p.m Seeing Things and Cape Light with Joel Meyerowitz

    4:00 p.m. — Group signing with artists from Feast for the Eyes, featuring Susan Bright, Hannah Collins, Sharon Core, Toby Glanville, Rinko Kawauchi, Susan Meiselas, Lorenzo Vitturi, and more.

    Saturday, November 11
    12:00 p.m On the Frontline and Nicaragua with Susan Meiselas

    2:00 p.m. The Last Testament with Jonas Bendiksen

    3:00 p.m. — The Years Shall Run Like Rabbits with Hellen van Meene

    4:00 p.m. The Many Lives of Erik Kessels with Erik Kessels

    Additional artist book signings will be posted soon. For more information about Paris Photo, visit www.parisphoto.com.

  • Nov 9

    Aperture Connect Member Meet-Up

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    Aperture Connect Members are invited to the Long Island City studio of photographer and lecturer Ted Partin, for refreshments and a discussion led by the artist.

    Ted Partin received his MFA from the Yale School of Art, where he has been a lecturer in photography since 2016. His work has been exhibited at Kunstmuseen Krefeld in Germany and Junior Projects in New York City

    Aperture Connect is a dynamic group of supporters (ages 21 to 37), residing in the New York Tri-State area, who seek to further their knowledge and understanding of photography, publishing, and the international photo community.

    Not an Aperture Connect Member? Become one today to receive an exclusive invitation to this event and participate in other educational gatherings year round!

    Image: Ted Partin, sasha & jess, 2016

     

  • Nov 10

    Coffee Morning — Feast for the Eyes: The Story of Food in Photography

    Shakespeare and Company Café

    37 Rue de la Bûcherie

    Paris,France

    Join Aperture and Shakespeare and Company at their Café with author Susan Bright, editor Denise Wolff, and cookbook collector Matthieu Nicol, for a morning show-and-tell discussion about the rich history of food in photographs from Feast for the Eyes: The Story of Food in Photography. Photographers, through a range of expressions, have depicted this most common of subjects, and the resulting works—from the hilarious to the devastating—hold our lives and times up to the light, forming the building blocks of culture and reflecting how we see ourselves. Special cake, inspired by the photographs, will be served!

    This even is part of Photobook Week at Shakespeare and Company, and is presented in association with Photo Saint Germain, Too Many Pictures, Aperture and Bob’s Bake Shop.

    For more information, visit shakespeareandcompany.com.

    Susan Bright is a curator and writer. She has curated exhibitions internationally at institutions including: Tate Britain, The National Portrait Gallery in London and The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago amongst others. Current projects include curating a large exhibition of Elina Brotherus’s new work at Serlachius Museum, Finland and co-authoring a book on visual literacy for Tate. Her published books include: Feast for the Eyes: The Story of Food in Photography (2017), Home Truths: Photography and Motherhood (2013), Auto Focus: The Self Portrait in Contemporary Photography (2010), How We Are: Photographing Britain (2007: co­authored with Val Williams), Face of Fashion (2007), and Art Photography Now (2005).

    Denise Wolff is senior editor at Aperture, specializing in photography books. Prior to Aperture, she was the commissioning editor for photography at Phaidon Press in London. Some recent books she has commissioned include The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip by David Campany (for which she co-curated an exhibition); The Photographer’s Playbook; Feast for the Eyes: The Story of Food in Photography by Susan Bright; and Seeing Things by Joel Meyerowtiz.

    Besides being a food photography and vintage cookbook collector, Matthieu Nicol runs Too many Pictures, a Paris-based cultural consultancy and creative agency that operates in the fields of photography and luxury.

    Bob’s Bake Shop is a New York-style family of restaurants proposing an original mix of fresh vegetarian health food and authentic homemade comfort food. Since its creation in 2006, it has become a Paris institution that includes Bob’s Juice Bar, Bob’s Kitchen and Bob’s Bake Shop. Bob’s is also the exclusive food collaborator on the Shakespeare and Company Café. Marc Grossman, the founder of Bob’s has written several cookbooks including NEW YORK – CULT RECIPES (Marabout/Murdoch).

  • Nov 15

    Member Preview of Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017

    Aperture Gallery and Bookstore

    547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor

    New York,NY

    MEMBERS ONLY

    Not an Aperture Member? Join Aperture’s membership program to get closer to the best in photography.

    Aperture, in partnership with The Photographers’ Gallery and the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation, requests the pleasure of your company at an exhibition preview on Wednesday, November 15, 2017, for the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017featuring works by the shortlisted artists Sophie Calle, Awoiska van der Molen, duo Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs, and this year’s winner, Dana Lixenberg, who was awarded the prize, worth £30,000 GBP, in May of this year. This marks the first exhibition of the prize in the United States.

    6:30 p.m. – Remarks by Chris Boot, Executive Director, Aperture Foundation; Andreas Preuss, Deputy CEO of Deutsche Börse AG; Brett Rogers OBE, Director, the Photographer’s Gallery

    7:00–8:30 p.m. – Public opening

    The twentieth iteration of the prize, one of the most prestigious international arts awards, celebrates established photographic narratives alongside experimental and conceptual approaches to documentary, landscape, and portraiture. All of these artists investigate questions of truth and fiction, doubt and certainty, what constitutes the real and ideal, and the relationship between observer and the observed.

    A jury including Susan Bright, curator; Pieter Hugo, artist; Karolina Ziębińska-Lewandowska, curator of photography at Centre Pompidou, Paris; Anne-Marie Beckmann, director, Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation; and Brett Rogers, director, The Photographers’ Gallery, as the non-voting chair, selected the four finalists featured.

    The opening of this exhibition, at The Photographers’ Gallery in London, began an international tour of the show that went on to exhibit at the Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main, and subsequently at Aperture Foundation.

    This year’s exhibition is curated by Anna Dannemann, curator, The Photographer’s Gallery.

    For more information about the exhibition and the four shortlisted artists, see here.

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    Major support for this exhibition is provided by the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation. Aperture’s exhibitions are also funded, in part, with support from the Grace Jones Richardson Trust, and with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

  • Nov 15

    Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017

    Aperture Gallery and Bookstore

    547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor

    New York,NY

    Join Aperture Foundation, in collaboration with The Photographers’ Gallery and the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation, for the opening reception of the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017 exhibition, featuring works from the shortlisted artists: Sophie Calle, Awoiska van der Molen, duo Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs, and this year’s winner, Dana Lixenberg, who was awarded the prize, worth £30,000 GBP, in May of this year. This marks the first exhibition of the prize in the United States.

    The twentieth iteration of the prize, one of the most prestigious international arts awards, celebrates established photographic narratives alongside experimental and conceptual approaches to documentary, landscape, and portraiture. A jury including Susan Bright, curator; Pieter Hugo, artist; Karolina Ziębińska-Lewandowska, curator of photography at Centre Pompidou, Paris; Anne-Marie Beckmann, director, Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation; and Brett Rogers, director, The Photographers’ Gallery, as the non-voting chair, selected the four finalists featured. All of these artists investigate questions of truth and fiction, doubt and certainty, what constitutes the real and ideal, and the relationship between observer and the observed.

    The opening of this exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery in London, began an international tour of the show that went on to exhibit at the Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main, and subsequently at Aperture Foundation.

    This year’s exhibition is curated by Anna Dannemann, Curator, The Photographer’s Gallery.

    For more information about the exhibition and the four shortlisted artists, see here.

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    Major support for this exhibition is provided by the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation. Aperture’s exhibitions are also funded, in part, with support from the Grace Jones Richardson Trust, and with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

  • Nov 20

    John Chiara: California

    Aperture Gallery and Bookstore

    547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor

    New York,NY

    Join Aperture for an artist talk with John Chiara about his forthcoming publication John Chiara: California (Aperture/ Pier 24 Photography, 2017), followed by a book signing.

    The highly anticipated first book from artist John Chiara, this volume the features surreal and thrilling landscapes and architectural images for which he has become known. Chiara creates his own cameras and chemical processes in order to make unique photographs using the direct exposure of light onto paper— and each resulting image is a singular, luminous object. Featuring images taken in the artist’s hometown of San Francisco and other locations along the Pacific Coast, alongside an essay by Virginia Heckert situating Chiara’s work in the landscape tradition of the American West and discusses this process-driven work.

    John Chiara (born in San Francisco, 1971) received a BFA in photography from the University of Utah in 1995 and an MFA in photography from the California College of the Arts in 2004.  Most recently, he was artist in residence at Budapest Art Factory (2017) and Crown Point Press, San Francisco (2006, 2016). His work has been exhibited at the George Eastman Museum, Museum of Photographic Arts, Harry Ransom Center, Getty Museum, Americas Art Gallery, and Pier 24 photography, among others. In 2011 and 2013, the Pilara Foundation in San Francisco commissioned work that was included in group exhibitions at Pier 24 Photography.

    Image: John Chiara, Radio Terrace at 14th Street; Rockridge Drive, Larsen Peak, San Francisco, 2013; from John Chiara: California (Aperture/ Pier 24 Photography, 2017) © John Chiara

    Aperture’s exhibitions and programs are also funded, in part, with support from the Grace Jones Richardson Trust, and with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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  • Nov 22

    Gallery and Bookstore closing at 2:00pm

    Aperture Gallery and Bookstore

    547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor

    New York,NY

  • Nov 23 - Nov 25

    Gallery and Bookstore closed

    Aperture Gallery and Bookstore

    547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor

    New York,NY

  • Dec 6 - Dec 10

    UNTITLED

    UNTITLED.

    Ocean Drive and 12th Street

    Miami Beach,Florida

    VIP/Press Preview: Tuesday, December 5, 1:00–8:00 p.m.

    Wednesday December 6—Saturday, December 9: 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
    Sunday, December 10: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    Visit Aperture Foundation at Booth C20 at UNTITLED, Miami Beach, an international art fair that focuses on curatorial balance and integrity across all disciplines of contemporary art. Founded in 2012, UNTITLED’s curatorial team invites galleries, artist-run exhibition spaces, and non-profit institutions to come together in an architecturally designed venue on the beach.

    For more information and to buy tickets, see here.

  • Dec 8

    Odds and Ends Art Book Fair

    Yale University Art Gallery

    1111 Chapel St

    New Haven,CT

    Visit Aperture during the Odds and Ends Art Book Fair, at the Yale University Art Gallery. The fair includes books from publishers who focus on art, architecture, photography, and design; rare and limited-edition books and zines printed in short runs and showcasing a range of publishing endeavors; and artists’ books by students and alumni of the Yale University School of Art and the Rhode Island School of Design, in Providence, Rhode Island.

  • Dec 23 - Jan 1

    Gallery and Bookstore closed

    Aperture Gallery and Bookstore

    547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor

    New York,NY