A piece by Charles Bowden, originally published in Aperture magazine issue #205 on the beauty and dangers of primal appetites.
For Aperture magazine’s 50th anniversary issue #167, Charles Bowden considers Aperture and the often revelatory experience of looking at photographs.
The story of Hercule Florence, who invented an early form of photography in Brazil while studying the Amazon’s birdsong.
Agnaldo Farias on Bárbara Wagner, featured in Aperture magazine issue #215, “The São Paulo Issue”
Leo Rubinfien and Philip Lorca diCorcia revisit the Garry Winogrand archive.
Ronaldo Entler maps a selection of some of the most important photography collectives working in the city of São Paulo for Aperture Magazine #215.
Christopher Phillips on the work of Caio Reisewitz, from Aperture magazine #215, Summer 2014.
The Editors’ Note from Aperture magazine #213 Summer 2014, The São Paulo Issue.
Greil Marcus muses on the Soundtrack to Nan Goldin’s The Ballad of Sexual Dependency.