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Matthew Pillsbury: City Stages

Image © Katie Booth
Image © Katie Booth

Images from the opening reception of City Stages: Photographs by Matthew Pillsbury.

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Announcing the finalists for the 2014 Aperture Portfolio Prize!

"Carry Me Ohio"
"Carry Me Ohio"

We’re pleased to announce the five finalists for the 2014 Aperture Portfolio Prize!

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The Aperture Summer Open is now accepting entries!

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2014_02_12b_SummerOpen_300px (1)-4 (dragged)

Entries for the 2014 Aperture Summer Open will be accepted from Friday, February 14, 2014 until Wednesday, April 9, 2014.

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Best of Aperture: PhotoBooks in 2013

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ametsuchi_cover

The publication, stories and lists that celebrated the best of Aperture books at year’s end.

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Recap: Prix Pictet: Power Closing Reception

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PrixPictet_1_22-29-of-1502_600

Images from the finissage of Prix Pictet: Power at Aperture Gallery.

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Recap: Show and Tell with Aperture Editors

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JE9A6233

A recap of Aperture’s members-only Show and Tell with Chris Boot, Lesley A. Martin, and Denise Wolff.

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Holiday Book Bazaar Recap

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2013_12_14_Holiday_Book_Bazaar_Final_Selects_006

Holiday Book Bazaar in the Aperture Gallery and Bookstore with distinguished photobook publishers and distributors.

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Aperture Matters: Diana Panora

Former Aperture work-scholar Diana Panora at Aperture Gallery (October, 2013)
Former Aperture work-scholar Diana Panora at Aperture Gallery (October, 2013)

Diana Panora reflects on the impact of the Aperture’s Stevan A. Baron Work-Scholar Program on her life and career.

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Collaboration: Revisiting the History of Photography Recap

Image courtesy Allison Kruger Pierce.
Image courtesy Allison Kruger Pierce.

Leading photographers and students reconsider the history of photography from the perspective of collaboration.