Isabel Stevens reviews Still: American Silent Motion Picture Photography, David S. Shields’s survey of American photography from cinema’s silent era.
JH Engström discusses work from his most recent publication, Sketch of Paris (Aperture, 2013).
Editors’ note from the Winter 2013 issue of Aperture magazine, “Photography As You Don’t Know It.”
PhotoBook Awards 2013 winners were announced November 15 at Paris Photo.
Sculptor Christopher Kurtz reflects on the early influence of Aperture magazine on his life and career.
Visible White photography competition explores new tendencies in contemporary, artistic portrait photography.
Join us at Paris Photo for book signings and the announcement of the winners of The Paris Photo–Aperture PhotoBook Awards.
Images from our Aperture Foundation 1/1 Benefit & Auction, held on Monday, October 28, 2013 at IAC HQ in New York.
Jason Quincy Bailey speaks with leading motion graphics designer Jakob Trollbäck about his journey in design, and the role of photography in his work.
Photographer Peter van Agtmael speaks about his experience documenting America’s wars.
A panel discussion on the career and influence of Japanese Photographer Eikoh Hosoe.
Robert Cumming speaks with Sarah Bay Williams on the subject of humor, absurdity, and perpetual play in his 1970’s photography.
Richard Renaldi led an energetic workshop at Aperture on October 5 and 6 called Strangers in New York: Photographing People.