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A conversation with Manfred Heiting from The PhotoBook Review 008.
Images of Conviction: The Construction of Visual Evidence, which opened on June 4, presents ten case studies that demonstrate how photography and video have functioned in the evidence of death.
From over five hundred applicants, twenty-four photographers consider the ways in which our current reality might outpace outlandish narratives of science fiction.
An excerpt from a portfolio in Aperture magazine #219, Summer 2015, “Tokyo.”
The photography blogosphere’s most trending stories from the week ending January 24th, 2014.
Edmund Clark and Jacqueline Hassink discuss the evolution of their photography on the occasion of Prix Pictet: Power.
A recap of Aperture’s members-only Show and Tell with Chris Boot, Lesley A. Martin, and Denise Wolff.
Aperture aggregates the photography blogosphere’s most trending posts from the week ending January 17th, 2014.
Bronwyn Law-Viljoen on the fourth iteration of the Nigeria-based international photography festival, LagosPhoto 2013.
Martin Parr speaks about the wide-reaching influence of Dutch photography educator Corinne Noordenbos.
Photographer Pieter Hugo discusses the influence of South African design pioneer Garth Walker.
Catherine Opie recounts her first meeting and friendship with bookseller Andrew Cahan.
In memory of Amiri Baraka, Aperture republishes Vince Aletti’s article on Baraka’s 1970 book, In Our Terribleness.
A panel discussion surrounding art critic John Berger and his collected writings on photography.
Holiday Book Bazaar in the Aperture Gallery and Bookstore with distinguished photobook publishers and distributors.
Diana Panora reflects on the impact of the Aperture’s Stevan A. Baron Work-Scholar Program on her life and career.
Leading photographers and students reconsider the history of photography from the perspective of collaboration.
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