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Saturday

Dec

8

Sunday

Dec

9

New York

Joel Meyerowitz: Winter Street/Winter Landscape Workshop

Workshop

Joel Meyerowitz: Winter Street/Winter Landscape Workshop

Aperture Gallery and Bookstore, New York, NY

TICKETED

Monday

Jun

29

Friday

Sep

18

New York

Aperture: Photographs

Exhibition

Aperture: Photographs

1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery, New York, NY

FREE

Saturday

Nov

7

Sunday

Nov

15

Washington

FotoWeekDC

Fair

FotoWeekDC

FotoWeek Central, Washington, DC

FREE

Saturday

Feb

25

Paul Strand Circle Dinner with Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb

Paul Strand Circle Member Event

Paul Strand Circle Dinner with Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb

Thursday

Apr

20

New York

Selections from the Aperture Archive

Special Event

Selections from the Aperture Archive

Book / Shop @ C.H.C.M, New York, NY

Wednesday

Oct

11

Member Tour, Daido Moriyama: Tokyo Color

Exclusively for Members

Member Tour, Daido Moriyama: Tokyo Color

MEMBER EVENT

Wednesday

Nov

8

Sunday

Nov

12

2017 Paris Photo Patron Program

Patron Member Event

2017 Paris Photo Patron Program

Wednesday

Nov

7

Sunday

Nov

11

2018 Paris Photo Patron Program

Patron Member Event

2018 Paris Photo Patron Program

Wednesday

Oct

2

New York

Aperture Capital Campaign Auction, presented by Christie’s

Special Event

Aperture Capital Campaign Auction, presented by Christie’s

Christie’s, New York , New York

Thursday

Nov

7

Sunday

Nov

10

2019 Paris Photo Patron Program

Patron Member Event

2019 Paris Photo Patron Program

Blog Posts

foundation news

Inside Aperture’s October Paul Strand Circle Cocktail Party

Aperture supporters gather to celebrate Bruce Davidson.

talks & interviews

Q&A: Peter Barberie on Paul Strand

black and white photograph

Aperture spoke to the Philadelphia Museum of Art about the work of Paul Strand, the subject of retrospective traveling to the Fotomuseum Winterthur on March 7.

video

Joel Meyerowitz Reads from “The Gravity of Time” (Video)

Joel Meyerowitz reads from “The Gravity of Time,” a personal essay from Paul Strand: The Garden at Orgeval, published by Aperture.

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Spirit of the Age

Inspired by Virginia Woolf’s iconic novel Orlando, the artists in Aperture’s “Orlando” issue explore the limitless territories of identity, history, and consciousness.

aperture beat

Inside the Auction to Benefit Aperture, Presented by Christie’s

Highlights from the first major event of Aperture’s 20/20: A Bold Vision capital campaign.

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Aperture Capital Campaign Auction, presented by Christie’s, Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Internationally acclaimed artists, collectors, and gallerists have generously donated works for a special photography auction to support Aperture

member event

A Look Inside Aperture’s Third Annual Patron Weekend in Hudson Valley

Aperture trustees, patrons, artists, and friends in New York’s Hudson Valley. (12)

Aperture trustees, patrons, artists, and friends enjoyed an inspiring weekend of events throughout the region.

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What is a Photo-Text Book?

Duane Michals, Narcissus, 1974. A handsome young man looks at his mirror image on a reflective table.

Since the nineteenth century, photographers and writers have collaborated as equals—to varying degrees of success.

aperture beat

Aperture Celebrates MUSE at its 2019 Gala

Gala honorees Racquel Chevremont and Mickalane Thomas

On June 3, Aperture celebrated the ideas and people that inspire in photography, and honorees The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, Mickalene Thomas, and Racquel Chevremont.

aperture beat

Aperture Celebrates 65 Years at the “Elements of Style” Gala

On October 30, Aperture Foundation honored a group of extraordinary image-makers.

member event

Inside Aperture’s Semiannual Benefactor Luncheon with Denise Wolff

An afternoon exploring the rich history of food photography as seen in Aperture’s “Feast for the Eyes.”

remembrance

John Berger’s Intimate Greatness

Geoff Dyer remembers the life of an acclaimed critic and author.

member event

A Celebration for John H. Gutfreund

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Aperture trustees and friends gathered to celebrate John H. Gutfreund’s twenty years of service on the foundation’s Board of Trustees.

flashback

The Past and Other Countries: Chris Killip in Conversation with Michael Almereyda

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On the occasion of his new exhibition in New York, Aperture magazine revisits a classic interview with Chris Killip.

reviews

Report from Oslo

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With a Tom Sandberg survey exhibition this summer as well as the 2015 edition of the Fotobokfestival this fall, the Norwegian capital’s photography scene is flourishing.

flashback

A Look Back at Aperture Magazine’s Fortieth Anniversary

black and white photograph

On the occasion of the launch of the Aperture Digital Archive appears this excerpt an interview with Michael E. Hoffmann from Aperture Issue 129.

foundation news

A Look Inside the Aperture Digital Archive

black and white photograph

The Aperture Digital Archive includes every issue of Aperture magazine since 1952, including rare, early editions.

foundation news

At the Opening of Aperture: Photographs

exhibition

Photographers and friends of Aperture gathered at the 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery for the opening of Aperture: Photographs

aperture beat

Where in the World is Aperture?

color exhibition

Aperture exhibitions are currently on three continents, from Asia to Europe to North America. How does it come together?

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Collecting the Japanese Photobook

photobook

Ivan Vartanian spoke to Ryuichi Kaneko about how he became one of the first and most enduring champions of the Japanese photobook.

featured

6 Photography Exhibitions to See This Month

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Six exhibitions to see around New York City in March.

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A Conversation With Karl Lagerfeld (1991)

A conversation with Karl Lagerfeld on fashion and photography, from Aperture magazine issue #122.

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The Other Life of Photographs

For Aperture magazine’s 50th anniversary issue #167, Charles Bowden considers Aperture and the often revelatory experience of looking at photographs.

foundation news

Recap: Aperture 1/1 Benefit & Auction

Images from our Aperture Foundation 1/1 Benefit & Auction, held on Monday, October 28, 2013 at IAC HQ in New York.

foundation news

Aperture’s 2013 Traveling Exhibitions

Six traveling exhibitions to follow this Spring 2013.

foundation news

James Welling: Monograph

color photograph

Two short excerpts from MoMA curator Eva Respini’s conversation with photographer James Welling in the artist’s new Aperture book.

talks & interviews

Interview with Okwui Enwezor

Color photograph

Aperture speaks with curator Okwui Enwezor about the exhibition “Rise and Fall of Apartheid” at International Center of Photography.

foundation news

Aperture Remix Exhibition Opening at Aperture Gallery

sculpture

A new photography exhibition at Aperture Gallery opens Wednesday, October 17.

foundation news

apertureWeek: Photography Reading Shortlist

The International Center of Photography's Gordon Parks exhibition

Our choice of the best in online photography news and commentary.

foundation news

Aperture Announces Fall 2012 Books

The cover of Labyrinth, by Daido Moriyama

New books from Richard Misrach, Daido Moriyama, Martin Parr, Doug Rickard, and many others.

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Announcing the Winners of the 2019 PhotoBook Awards

We’re pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 PhotoBook Awards, celebrating the photobook’s contribution to the evolving narrative of photography.

essays

The Woman Behind the First-Ever Photograph of DNA

Under-appreciated during her lifetime, physical chemist Rosalind E. Franklin’s mysterious and ground-breaking photograph helped transform the science of genetics.

portfolio prize

2019 Portfolio Prize Runner-Up: Teresa Eng

In her lyrical, dreamlike images, Teresa Eng asks—what does modern China look like to a child of the Chinese diaspora?

featured

13 Photographers on What Freedom Means to Them

Highlights from the Magnum Square Print Sale

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The ’90s are Back

Six artists on the photobook at the end of the millennium.

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Wild Sync: Lucy Raven in Conversation with Drew Sawyer

A video artist speaks about sonic journeys near and far.

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Lecture as Performance

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Several Lebanese artists, including Walid Raad, have embraced the artist’s talk to unpack history and the limitations of the photograph.

remembrance

Remembering Robert Anthoine (1921-2015)

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Editor-in-chief Melissa Harris remembers Robert Anthoine, who served on the Board of Aperture Foundation.

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