Known for their vivid imagery, Synchrodogs have worked with some of the world’s leading magazines and brands—but since the war in Ukraine began, they have been stuck in limbo.
For Matt Connors, who recently curated an exhibition from the Italian artist’s archive, Ghirri’s photographs are built rather than composed—things rather than images.
Daniel Jack Lyons explores environmental peril and Indigenous youth culture in the Amazon.
Zora J Murff evaluates the fallout of prejudicial housing policies within the larger narrative of violence perpetrated against African Americans.
Read a statement by Michael Famighetti, Editor of Aperture Magazine
From colonial legacies to gender politics, FotoFest tackles photography from the country and its diaspora.
With a Tom Sandberg survey exhibition this summer as well as the 2015 edition of the Fotobokfestival this fall, the Norwegian capital’s photography scene is flourishing.
Aperture Editor Michael Famighetti on work featured during the 2014 FotoFocus Biennial.
Summer 2022, “Sleepwalking”