Christina Fernandez’s Lines of Sight

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In two new bodies of work, the artist considers space, architecture, and the nature of collaboration.

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The Midcentury Style

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Fatoumata Diabate’s traveling studio revives the golden age of Malian studio portraiture.

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Delirious Tokyo

Daido Moriyama, Color, 2017  
© Daido Moriyama Photo Foundation and courtesy of Luhring Augustine, New York and Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo
Daido Moriyama, Color, 2017  
© Daido Moriyama Photo Foundation and courtesy of Luhring Augustine, New York and Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo

In a new exhibition, Daido Moriyama returns to his icons and obsessions.

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6 Men Who Think They’re the Second Coming of Jesus Christ

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From Zambia to Japan, photographer Jonas Bendiksen tells their stories.

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Aperture Honors Fred Smith (1942–2017)

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Memories of the late Aperture Foundation trustee.

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The Theater of Everyday Life

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In France, photographer Alessandra Sanguinetti injects elements of fairy tales and fantasy into quotidian scenes.

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Remembering Robert Delpire, Publisher of the Greats

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Aperture commemorates the life of Robert Delpire (1926–2017).

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Inside Aperture Connect Meet-Up with Photo Collector W. M. Hunt

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On September 13, Aperture Connect Members came together for a private after-hours tour.

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How Do We See War?

An-My Lê, Film Set (“Free State of Jones”), Battle of Corinth, Bush, Louisiana, 2015 
Courtesy STX Entertainment
An-My Lê, Film Set (“Free State of Jones”), Battle of Corinth, Bush, Louisiana, 2015 
Courtesy STX Entertainment

In the age of drone strikes and nuclear threats, artists challenge expectations of photographing conflict.

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