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Since the 1980s, the London-based organization has propelled a commitment to the visibility of Black artists by centering identity and human rights.
Two recent photobooks offer up nostalgia for the dance floor—and imagine the hedonism of a post-pandemic future.
Since 1989, Seiichi Furuya has revisited his intimately quotidian images of his wife in a series of photobooks that affirm photography’s potential to heal, remember, and reimagine a life.
In the 1950s, no U.S. publisher would touch Klein’s photobook about the city. But six decades later, his teeming vision of New York has become an icon of postwar popular culture.
The LA-based artist speaks about the process of editing—and the role that bookmaking has played in the evolution of his work.
From seminal first monographs by Diane Arbus and Nan Goldin to modern classics by Deana Lawson, Rinko Kawauchi and more.
Carmen Winant on feminism, photobooks, and the radical gestures of world-building.
Image Text Ithaca is leading the way in experimental and hybrid image-text photobooks.
From Zanele Muholi’s radical statements of identity to Nan Goldin’s iconic visual diary, Aperture highlights artists whose work illuminates LGBTQ+ perspectives.
Since the nineteenth century, photographers and writers have collaborated as equals—to varying degrees of success.
In the digital age, locking down a sequence of images in print can seem like an act of resistance.
A new exhibition offers an inside look at the artist’s book-making practice.
Coordinating editor of The PhotoBook Review, Madeline Coleman, highlights design trends found in this year’s PhotoBook Awards shortlist.
On Friday evening, September 18, the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards shortlist was announced after two days of deliberation by the short list jury.
Production coordinator Thomas Bollier walks us through the recent printing of the Aperture book Suburban, of Jimmy DeSana’s earlier photographs.
A conversation with Manfred Heiting from The PhotoBook Review 008.
Ivan Vartanian spoke to Ryuichi Kaneko about how he became one of the first and most enduring champions of the Japanese photobook.
An online-only story for Aperture magazine #217, Winter 2014, “Lit,” on Chris Marker’s travel book series.
Fall 2021, “Cosmologies”