Coinciding with The Photographer in the Garden, Aperture is pleased to present a series of limited-edition prints by artists featured in the book. 

"Visiting Kyoto for the first time in 2001, I was fascinated by the gardens in the northern hills of the city. Viewing nature from a low viewpoint inside a Buddhist temple and while seated on a wooden veranda is an experience unique to Japanese architecture. The absence of windows leads the visitor to perceive space in a new way, with no border between the private and public realm. I wanted to create a series of photographs exploring this undefined border between private and public space by photographing the garden from deep inside the temple, balancing the areas of the tatami/meditation space and the garden space equally in the image." — Jacqueline Hassink

Jacqueline Hassink (b. 1966, Netherlands) is best known for her global photo art projects that deal with the world of economic power. Hassink's work has appeared in The Financial Times, Le Monde, The New York Times, El Pais, Frankfurter Allgemeine, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Reuters, De Standaard, NZZ, Newsweek, Fortune, Wired and more. Her work has been widely collected and exhibited, including shows at Huis Marseille in Amsterdam; Fotomuseum Winterthur; International Center of Photography in New York and the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego; Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto; The Tokyo Metropolitan Museum for Photography; the Saatchi Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London; Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris; Bologna Museum of Modern Art; the Guangzhou Museum of Modern Art; Istanbul Modern, Museum Folkwang, Essen and the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi. She is represented by the Benrubi Gallery in New York, Wouter van Leeuwen Galerie in Amsterdam and Kaune Contemporary in Köln. Her books are published by Hatje Cantz Verlag and Aperture.