Exclusively for Members
Member Preview of the 2019 Aperture Summer Open: Delirious Cities
Thursday, July 25
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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Aperture Members are cordially invited to a special exhibition preview and reception on Thursday, July 25 for the 2019 Aperture Summer Open: Delirious Cities.
5:30-7:00 p.m. – Member preview and reception
6:00 p.m. – Introductions by Brendan Embser, managing editor, Aperture magazine and exhibition curators
7:00-8:30 p.m. – Open to the public
The twenty-three artists selected for Aperture’s 2019 Summer Open exhibition, Delirious Cities, explore how photographs can define the diversity of urban experience today. The Summer Open is curated by Brendan Embser, managing editor, Aperture magazine; Matthew Leifheit, artist and editor of MATTE magazine; Chiara Bardelli Nonino, photo editor, Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogue; Azu Nwagbogu, director of African Artists’ Foundation and LagosPhoto; and Guadalupe Rosales, artist and founder of Veteranas & Rucas and Map Pointz.
For the full list of participating artists, see here.
About the Aperture Summer Open
The Aperture Summer Open is an annual open-submission exhibition at Aperture Foundation’s gallery in New York, featuring a wide variety of work by photographers and lens-based artists from around the world. Selected by a jury of leading editors, curators, and writers, the exhibition seeks to reveal and report on key themes and trends driving contemporary photography. The exhibition opens the doors to photographers of all ages, at all points in their careers, as we seek to promote new ideas and talent.
Special thanks to Aperture’s Summer Open partner Adobe for gifting a one-year subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan for 2019 Featured Artists.
Aperture Foundation’s public programs and exhibitions are supported, in part, by generous donations from our Board of Trustees, our Members and other individuals, private foundations including the Grace Jones Richardson Trust, and public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.