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Tirtha Lawati’s portraits of his family’s life during COVID-19 offer a playful, tender depiction of home and cultural belonging.
Juan Orrantia’s photographs achieve a vivid punch through the seven-color printing process known as heptachrome.
Dean Majd’s images of skaters and artists portray the joys and trials of young New Yorkers.
After moving from New York to Atlanta, Nydia Blas adopts a magical outlook as a tool for resilience.
Since 2004, the Chinese photographer has captured the displacement of over a million people caused by the Three Gorges Dam.
In Venezuela, a photographer finds spontaneous grief and joy in everyday life.
Wolfgang Tillmans, Tilda Swinton, Graciela Iturbide, and more—this year’s highlights in photography and ideas.
Years after the South African photographer’s sister mysteriously disappeared, his images become a public record of a private myth.
Against the backdrop of the US presidential election, a photographer documents growing cultural tensions in the Pacific Northwest’s rural communities.
Between Long Island, El Salvador, and Peru, an American Family’s Emotional Reunion.
Unable to leave the United States due to visa restrictions, this South Korean photographer makes images of surreal escapism.
For the latest installment of “Introducing,” Aperture speaks with Luther Konadu, whose constructed photographs riff on the work of Carrie Mae Weems and Paul Mpagi Sepuya.
For the second installment of our new series “Introducing,” Aperture speaks with a photographer tracing the globalization of rubber from the Amazon to Ohio.
In the first of our new series, “Introducing,” which highlights exciting new voices in photography, Aperture speaks with a queer, Indonesian photographer who makes explosive pictures of his family.
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