In the 1990s, a group of inventive young artists remade Mexico’s capital as a backdrop for experiments in photography, film, and performance.
What do modern masterworks look like in black and white?
A striking exhibition in Paris revisits the treasures and dreams hidden beneath the German artist’s unorthodox photographs.
Highlights from the first major event of Aperture’s 20/20: A Bold Vision capital campaign.
On Thursday, October 3, guests gathered to celebrate the opening reception of Gail Albert Halaban’s exhibition showcasing murals depicting imperiled birds.
From the gold rush to e-waste, Lisa Barnard’s new photobook offers a visual biography of a precious commodity.
For Indigenous artists, can photographs provide a space of visual sovereignty?
Mitch Epstein discusses Standing Rock, the American flag, and the moment he saw Mount Rushmore cry.
On September 18, Aperture trustees, friends, editors, and artists gathered at soon-to-open Selina in West Chelsea to celebrate Aperture’s latest issue.
The Memphis-born photographer navigates performative intimacy, the legacy of the Mississippi Delta Chinese, and the pitfalls of visual language for queer Asian men.
Ayana V. Jackson’s exhibition of radically speculative character portraits inaugurates the midwest home of a leading American gallery.
Aperture and Paris Photo announce the shortlist for the 2019 PhotoBook Awards.