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Philip Gefter speaks with Museum of Modern Art’s new chief curator of photography, Quentin Bajac.
Brian Dillon considers the diverse, eccentric collection of photography at London’s Archive of Modern Conflict.
In memory of painter and photographer Saul Leiter, Aperture republishes Eric Banks’s article about his visit with Leiter in his East Village studio.
Isabel Stevens reviews Still: American Silent Motion Picture Photography, David S. Shields’s survey of American photography from cinema’s silent era.
A look at the production of The PhotoBook Review. Issue 003. Copies available this weekend.
Our choice of the best in online photography news and commentary.
The two renowned New York–based street photographers lead a photography workshop.
Photos from the magazine shop at the Daegu Photo Biennale in Korea.
A collection of classic Aperture magazine covers, looking at the magazine’s conception and evolution as a forum for photography.
An exhibition of 35 black and white portraits by Sally Mann at La Fábrica Gallery.
A brief summary in images and tweets of a discussion on the ethics of conflict photojournalism.
An upcoming lecture on the place of portraiture in contemporary photography.
Images from last week’s kick-off to Aperture’s Sixtieth Anniversary Gala and Auction season.
An exciting opportunity to win a limited-edition Robert Capa print valued at $2,500.
Melissa Harris talks with Richard Misrach and Kate Orff about the process of depicting and unpacking the complex ecologies featured in Petrochemical America.
Vicki Goldberg reviews two exhibitions at the Addison Gallery in Andover, Massachusetts.
An exhibition of new photographic self-portraits by Sally Mann.
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