Inspired by Virginia Woolf’s pioneering novel “Orlando,” Aperture’s summer issue presents original photographs and writings that celebrate openness, curiosity, and human possibility.
Carolyn Drake’s photographs of the 2018 wildfires point to the human role in creating a new, terrifying normal.
Arguiñe Escandón and Yann Gross travel to Peru in search of connections to nature.
Along the coast of South Africa, Thirza Schaap collects discarded bottles and shopping bags to create fanciful sculptures.
Eight years after a devastating tsunami, Lieko Shiga investigates Japan’s haunted landscapes.
David Benjamin Sherry’s spectacular photographs of contested lands.
In the age of climate change, how are photographers and artists envisioning dramatically politicized landscapes?
The legacy of Mali’s influential photography biennial.
In Florida, Kathryn Harrison photographs her mother and brother with fearless intensity.