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Lesley A. Martin touches base with Alec Soth for issue 007 of The PhotoBook Review.
Duane Michals's innovative portraits and narrative photography get a presentation at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
Kathy Ryan on her book Office Romance, a collection of her Instagram photos taken at her office in the New York Times building.
A new exhibition at Maureen Paley in London features new work by Morgan Fisher.
The thirty books shortlisted for the 2013 awards were announced Sept. 20 in New York.
A timeline of collaboration curated by Ariella Azoulay, Wendy Ewald, and Susan Meiselas.
The 2013 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards is now closed for entries.
Visit Aperture at EXPO CHICAGO, where we will present selections from the limited-edition print program and newly published books.
Lesley A. Martin discusses selections from the PhotoBook Awards submission pool, and the details that compel a juror to take a closer look.
An excerpt from Christopher Phillips’s introduction to Site Specific: Photographs by Olivo Barbieri.
A quick recap, with images, of Aperture’s recent workshop with photographer Shelby Lee Adams.
On the occasion of a traveling exhibition, Diana Stoll meditates on Man Ray’s portraits.
On the occasion of the forthcoming paperback edition, Lyle Rexer discusses The Edge of Vision four years later.
Highlighting a new selection of latest arrivals in the First PhotoBook category.
Sarah James ponders the Mass Observation project, now surveyed at Photographers’ Gallery in London.
From Aperture #206, Sylvia Plachy’s intimate visit with one of the celebrated denizens of New York’s Central Park Zoo, who passed this week at age twenty-seven.
From Aperture #212: Ian Jeffrey on Thomas Mailender’s use of the 1930s-era photographs published as The Night Climbers of Cambridge.
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