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Aperture's latest Kickstarter project, "My Last Day at Seventeen", a photobook by Doug Dubois.
Why an issue on queer photography? The editors on our Spring 2015 issue, exploring queer perspectives on photography.
Moyra Davey speaks about her practice of interlacing photography with literature.
Announcing the launch of the Aperture Photography App, a brand-new digital digest from Aperture Foundation.
The four finalists for the 2015 Aperture Portfolio Prize, an international photography competition.
A review of Thomas Demand’s multiple exhibitions now on view in Los Angeles.
For the first-ever Spring Party, Aperture teams up with Penelope Umbrico to offer prints from her Moving Mountains series.
Aperture’s latest Kickstarter project, “My Last Day at Seventeen”, a photobook by Doug Dubois.
Aperture spoke to the Philadelphia Museum of Art about the work of Paul Strand, the subject of retrospective traveling to the Fotomuseum Winterthur on March 7.
Six exhibitions to see around New York City in March.
Aperture magazine editor Michael Famighetti on his choice of this year’s Summer Open theme and his selection process.
The following excerpt comes from a conversation in Aperture magazine in 2007 (#186) between writer Luc Sante and Stephen Shore, on Shore’s The Nature of Photographs.
Bloomsbury London is organizing a sale of almost 700 unseen, vintage photographs made by NASA’s top astronauts.
A new exhibition at Tate Modern, London, presents photographs of war arranged by how soon after the event the photograph was made.
From the Aperture magazine archive, a piece by Dorothea Lange and Daniel Dixon.
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