A new exhibition at Tate Modern, London, presents photographs of war arranged by how soon after the event the photograph was made.
From the Aperture magazine archive, a piece by Dorothea Lange and Daniel Dixon.
Moyra Davey speaks about her practice of interlacing photography with literature.
Announcing the launch of the Aperture Photography App, a brand-new digital digest from Aperture Foundation.
Alix Cléo Roubaud is virtually unknown, but an exhibition in Paris sheds light on her ethereal photographs.
A closer look at photographs in a new exhibition of Adam Ekberg’s work by writer Gabriel H. Sanchez.
Geoff Dyer and Janet Malcolm correspond about their practices as writers on photography.
Announcing our 2015 Summer Open Exhibition, “Black Mirror.” Deadline for entry is April 8.
Writer and curator Kevin Moore on Aperture founding editor Minor White’s convoluted relationship with photography and sexuality. This essay is an online-only feature accompanying Aperture magazine’s Spring 2015 issue, “Queer”. “A banquet of frustration”: Minor White penned the phrase in 1939, after reading T. S. Eliot’s 1922 poem The Waste Land. “I perceived that if one could put out the energy to produce a banquet of frustration, then frustration had power,” White commented.“It was worth pursuing.”(1) White had arrived in Portland, Oregon, two years earlier, having completed a degree in English literature at the University of Minnesota, where he had had “a taste…
Announcing the HCB Award 2015, presented by the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in partnership with Aperture Foundation.
Editor-in-chief Melissa Harris remembers Robert Anthoine, who served on the Board of Aperture Foundation.
An exhibition at De Soto Gallery in Los Angeles features portraits of young dancers and boxers.
At the Brooklyn Brewery, a group of photographers and reporters explored why they report on war.