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In this interview, photojournalist Michael Kamber discusses his new book Photojournalists on War: The Untold Stories from Iraq.
Artist Barney Kulok considers the relationship between photography and architecture
Click here to learn the names of the six portfolio prize finalists. The winner will be announced in June 2013.
"I wanted to discover, through the use of images and objects, a way to translate my original experience of these European sites."
A look at the history of manipulated photography.
Two weeks left to enter! Here is the third wave of PhotoBook Award contenders.
Introducing a limited-edition Golden Gate folio from Richard Misrach.
Our choice of the best in online photography news and commentary.
An upcoming exhibition looks at the book as a conceptual, psychological, and cultural form.
Aperture magazine Issue 208 is now available.
A dynamic multimedia app celebrates the unique legacy of the late choreographer.
In this video, Barney Kulok offers a look at the process of building his latest monograph.
These on-press images just landed in Aperture’s inboxes, sent by Barney Kulok himself.
Rebecca Norris Webb: Solo Exhibition and “Our Dakota” Flickr Group
Aperture’s publisher of books recommends a New York gallery stop, an exceptional DIY title, and one book she’s currently reading.
The Winter Stories photographer discusses a metallic model zeppelin he built, and how it found its way onto the ceiling of Aperture’s editorial offices.
The entry period has just reached its halfway point. Take a moment to size up the second wave of PhotoBook Award contenders.
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