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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.
Christopher Schreck speaks with Sara Cwynar about her recent exhibit Falt Death at Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery.
Images from the private launch of Richard Renaldi’s Touching Strangers photobook and exhibition.
Greil Marcus muses on the Soundtrack to Nan Goldin’s The Ballad of Sexual Dependency.
Madeline Coleman on Finding Vivian Maier, a new documentary opening in U.S. theaters on Friday, March 28.
Kira Pollack in conversation with Jonathan D. Woods at Aperture Gallery.
Mary Panzer reviews the Charles Marville exhibition, on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art until May 4, 2014.
Matt Wolf’s newest documentary Teenage is on tour now, showing in theatres across the United States.
Here’s where The PhotoBook Awards exhibition is headed in Summer/Fall 2014.
An interview with Matthew Pillsbury on the occasion of his City Stages monograph and exhibition.
Matthew Pillsbury discusses City Stages during an artist talk at Aperture Gallery.
Arthur Ou speaks with Eva Respini, curator of Robert Heinecken: Object Matter, about this restless artist’s pioneering work.
From “Documentary, Expanded”, Stephen Mayes reflects on documentary photography’s radically shifting terrain.
SFMOMA to live stream Bearing Witness symposium this Sunday, March 16, 2014.
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