Aperture brings you this year’s highlights in photography and ideas.
Since the 1970s, Mariette Pathy Allen has photographed the lives of trans and gender nonconforming people around the world.
A new exhibition reveals a Kenyan photojournalist’s Pan-African vision.
From iconic monographs by master photographers, to groundbreaking, never-before-published work, here are the perfect photography gifts for everyone on your list.
Aperture Members met with New York–based artist Sarah Meyohas for a special tour of her first large-scale exhibition.
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.
In 1970s-era New York and Chicago, a uniquely American sensibility.
Bharat Sikka offers a poetic portrait of a disputed region.
How Hurricane Sandy set the tone for an uncanny photobook.
Three young photographers discuss the histories, struggles, and complexities of making photographs in America today.
From subtle to surreal, here are eleven innovative ways that artists have pictured food.