In her newest series, artist and activist Zackary Drucker pays homage to a trans icon.
Working with vintage gay erotica, Pacifico Silano is committed to understanding how trauma and queer identity commingle.
An Italian photographer of Hollywood stars, now in his 90s, finally makes his debut.
In May, Aperture opened an exhibition of work featured in its “Orlando” issue, guest edited by Tilda Swinton.
Since the nineteenth century, photographers and writers have collaborated as equals—to varying degrees of success.
What’s the point of having an obsession if you can’t share it with other people?
For the latest installment of “Introducing,” Aperture speaks with Luther Konadu, whose constructed photographs riff on the work of Carrie Mae Weems and Paul Mpagi Sepuya.
In the 1970s, Deborah Turbeville eschewed highly-sexualized photographs in favor of haunting portraits.
What keeps a photographer returning to a particular subject, theme, place, or person?
Two artists delve into a national archive, revealing a counter-history of colonialism, trauma, and erasure.
On June 3, Aperture celebrated the ideas and people that inspire in photography, and honorees The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, Mickalene Thomas, and Racquel Chevremont.
With his queer, neoclassical portraits, Michael Bailey-Gates wants to start a revolution.