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From "Documentary, Expanded", Lev Manovich discusses the emerging field of social-media visualization.
For "Documentary, Expanded", Teru Kuwayama discusses Basetrack, Afghanistan, and the advantages of social media reporting.
Susan Meiselas discusses how documentary photographers can respond to a transformed media environment.
Jacob King reviews "What is a Photograph?", on view at International Center of Photography through May 4, 2014.
The first complete east coast exhibition of “A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters.”
In this video, photographer Barney Kulok offers a look at the process of building his latest monograph.
The LA photographer opens a show of large-scale color photo collages and black & white images.
A behind-the-scenes look at the judging of the best photobooks of the year.
The Photography Changes Everything author speaks at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center.
A collection of classic Aperture magazine covers, looking at the magazine’s conception and evolution as a forum for photography.
A selection of classic covers from Aperture magazine’s archive.
A behind-the-scenes look the 2012 PhotoBook Awards shortlist jurying.
A discussion with A New American Picture artist Doug Rickard, Tuesday, October 16 at Aperture Gallery.
A new photography exhibition at Aperture Gallery opens Wednesday, October 17.
Looking at the relationship between the work of two influential street photographers.
Order your limited signed edition of Richard Misrach’s acclaimed Golden Gate series.
Aperture’s traveling photography exhibition is now on view at Palau Robert in Barcelona.
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