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Introducing the Aperture Photography App
Announcing the launch of the Aperture Photography App, a brand-new digital digest from Aperture Foundation.
Aperture Foundation is excited to announce the Aperture Photography App—a new, free publication delivered to your iPhone, iPod, or iPad twice a month. You can subscribe through the iTunes store to be alerted whenever the latest issue is ready to download. The Aperture Photography App will keep readers updated about what’s new on “the Aperture beat,” in a short digest of the many goings on at Aperture Foundation. We’ll also feature regular reviews from the world of photography beyond our doors.
You’ll get to sample some of the things we have coming out in Aperture magazine, in our new books, and in The PhotoBook Review. We’ll offer insights behind the scenes of various projects, including books and exhibitions in the making and our education programs, showcasing some of the talented artists and thinkers within the photo world coming through our New York offices, and participating in our programs. As we mine our archives for items that shed light on photography today, we’re also using this app as a place to republish classic features from more than sixty years of producing Aperture magazine, and forty-five years of publishing books. We hope these easily accessible stories will enliven and deepen your journey in photography, and your appreciation of the photographers we are working with.
For those who already follow the blog, check the app for a first look: stories will appear there before they run on the website. We’ll adapt to readers’ interest as we go along, so please do write to our online editor, Alexandra Pechman, at [email protected], so we can foster a dynamic relationship with our readers on this new platform. We hope to introduce you to work and ideas in the world of photography while we engage your interest in the range of everything we’re working on right now at Aperture Foundation.
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