From photography legends to unsung pioneers of decades past, our gift guide to Aperture photobooks by women photographers.
With the new season in full swing, Aperture’s editors select five must-see photography exhibitions on view or opening soon in New York City.
Aperture creative director Lesley A. Martin and photographer Penelope Umbrico unbox a few entires to the 2015 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards
Photobooks from around the world are currently arriving at Aperture’s Chelsea office as entries to this year’s Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards.
The Aperture Spring Party: Moving Mountains drew more than 250 guests to the Aperture Foundation in Chelsea, New York.
The Aperture staff shares what we have been reading about photography.
For the first-ever Spring Party, Aperture teams up with Penelope Umbrico to offer prints from her Moving Mountains series.
In New York? Artist David Horvitz wants to photograph you pretending to be sad or depressed.
Penelope Umbrico’s first artist’s ebook is now available as a free download on iTunes.
Bill Armstrong discusses his work Mandala #450 within the context his Infinity series of abstract, blurred images.
Penelope Umbrico speaks with art historian and intellectual-property lawyer Virginia Rutledge about the use of reproductions in our increasingly flattened image world.
Another look at Aperture’s sixtieth anniversary exhibition, on view through November 17.
A sixtieth anniversary celebration and reading room launches at Aperture Gallery.
A new photography exhibition at Aperture Gallery opens Wednesday, October 17.
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