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During a private tour at Red Hook Labs, Aperture Members learned the about up-and-coming photographers taking the field by storm.
An exhibition at the Getty deconstructs an identity crisis in contemporary photography.
At the Columbus Museum of Art, photographers look to the light in the sky.
San Francisco’s Pier 24 Photography recently opened Paul Graham’s exhibition The Whiteness of the Whale, the venue’s first-ever presentation of a single artist.
A new exhibition at Maureen Paley in London features new work by Morgan Fisher.
Anne Collier’s new show at the MCA Chicago spans a decade of the photographer’s sly, incisive images.
Penelope Umbrico speaks with art historian and intellectual-property lawyer Virginia Rutledge about the use of reproductions in our increasingly flattened image world.
Emily Haas Davidson and Bruce Davidson in conversation on their latest project, Bobby’s Book.
Curator Christopher Y. Lew discusses our changing relationship to technology and to the Internet.
Melissa Harris spoke with Daniel Vasella, then of Novartis AG, to understand both his passion and his criteria for commissioning photography.
Brooklyn-based writer and curator Gene McHugh dissects photography’s role within the real world and the virtual world.
Jeff Wall speaks with Lucas Blalock about the current state of the medium, his recent work, and the freedom of the artist.
It’s been a year now since I drove from Scranton, Pennsylvania, to San Francisco and let the…
Andrew Norman Wilson speaks with curator Laurel Ptak about the ScanOps project.
Charlotte Cotton discusses a wave of photographic innovation.
Aperture speaks with the curator and a participating artist in Color Shift, a show that explores and revisits modernism’s reductive approach to medium, material, and color.
Scott Williams and Henrik Kubel document their time on press in Germany with Aperture magazine’s Spring 2013 issue.
Two short excerpts from MoMA curator Eva Respini’s conversation with photographer James Welling in the artist’s new Aperture book.
“Accra,” guest edited by the New York–based artist Lyle Ashton Harris and the Accra-based photographer and educator Nii Obodai, considers the Ghanaian capital as a site of dynamic photographic voices and histories that connect visual culture in West Africa to the world.