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Aperture magazine’s editors spent three weeks in Tokyo researching and assembling our Summer issue of the magazine, dedicated to photography from Japan.
Aperture magazine launches an exclusive opportunity for photography collectors to own work published in the pages of the magazine.
Announcing the launch of the Aperture Photography App, a brand-new digital digest from Aperture Foundation.
Writer and curator Kevin Moore on Aperture's founding editor Minor White’s convoluted relationship with photography and sexuality.
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.
Schuyler Duffy and Sarah McNear on the photograph Study for Excerpts from Silver Meadows by Todd Hido.
Melissa Harris speaks with artist Sophie Calle about her most recent projects Last Seen, and What Do You See?
Publisher of books Lesley A. Martin on the photograph Liz and Chair with Zebra, 2013 by Mickalene Thomas.
Senior books editor Denise Wolff on selections from this years Aperture Instagram Silent Auction.
Annette Booth on Rinko Kawauchi’s photograph Untitled, 2013, available as part of the Aperture Instagram Silent Auction.
Aperture Foundation hosts launch party for photographer Mitch Dobrowner’s latest photobook, Storms.
Photographer Olivo Barbieri speaks about his latest photobook, Site Specific.
Christian Marclay speaks with poet Frances Richard about his snapshots of found musical notations, repurposed and then literally played by musicians.
Todd Hido’s Sources and Influences workshop was held at Aperture Foundation, September 21–22, 2013.
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