An essay on Malian photographer Adama Kouyaté, via Creative Time Reports.
Lorenzo Durantini discusses Travess Smalley’s productive yet challenging relationship to photography.
Artist Barney Kulok considers the relationship between photography and architecture
Luigi Ghirri’s short written exposé on his sources for inspiration. This essay was included in Aperture’s 2008 volume It’s Beautiful Here, Isn’t It.
Curator Christopher Y. Lew discusses our changing relationship to technology and to the Internet.
Brooklyn-based writer and curator Gene McHugh dissects photography’s role within the real world and the virtual world.
Writer and curator Amanda Hopkinson guides us through the pioneering reinvention of the Fotohof photography gallery which opened in Salzburg, Austria, February 2012.
From Aperture 209: Tim Davis considers the photographic history of American housing.