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Since the 1970s, Mariette Pathy Allen has photographed the lives of trans and gender nonconforming people around the world.
From iconic monographs by master photographers, to groundbreaking, never-before-published work, here are the perfect photography gifts for everyone on your list.
Mahtab Hussain’s tender portraits question the image of South Asian Muslim men in Britain.
Lyle Ashton Harris's archive offers a glimpse of a queer, black '90s.
We’re pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 PhotoBook Awards, celebrating the photobook’s contribution to the evolving narrative of photography.
At the Art Gallery of Ontario’s annual photography prize, four artists compete for your vote.
Asserting black identity, photographers take center stage at a bold new museum.
On October 30, Aperture Foundation honored a group of extraordinary image-makers.
Where can a photograph take you?
Raghubir Singh, a protégé of Henri Cartier-Bresson, captured the fleeting beauty of twentieth-century India.
Are we living in a state of emergency feminism?
How can listening to images reveal the visual histories of the African diaspora?
How did Michael Schmidt’s independent workshop change postwar German photography?
On September 26, Aperture Members came together for a private visit to the studio of photographer Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao.
The young photography duo Jalan and Jibril Durimel are transforming the fashion world’s visions of beauty.
Jessica Lynne speaks with photographer Devin Allen about his new book “A Beautiful Ghetto.”
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