From colonial legacies to gender politics, FotoFest tackles photography from the country and its diaspora.
How has an experimental platform for photographers created a new form of image making?
In a new exhibition, Jonathas de Andrade confronts his country’s complicated past and present.
On April 6, guests were decked out in vibrant floral patterns inspired by blooms to celebrate Aperture’s forthcoming book, The Photographer in the Garden.
A new museum in Morocco becomes a destination for contemporary art.
Presenting the five finalists for the 2018 Aperture Portfolio Prize, an international photography competition.
Ear Hustle podcast creator Nigel Poor uncovers a trove of photographs at California’s most infamous prison.
Helen Gee risked everything to open Limelight in 1954, selling prints by Ansel Adams, Berenice Abbott, and Robert Frank.
Zoe Leonard’s retrospective investigates the politics of image making.
For more than fifty years, the South African photographer has documented the structures of a divided society.
When a folklorist set out to document life in American prisons, he found the enduring segregation of the Old South.
In a society with strict definitions of manhood, how are photographers portraying Iranian masculinity?