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The story of Hercule Florence, who invented an early form of photography in Brazil while studying the Amazon's birdsong.
Ellie Armon Azoulay on the Henri Cartier-Bresson retrospective at the Centre Pompidou.
Jacob King considers Chinese artist Ai WeiWei's Brooklyn Museum show and his photographic practice, ranging from his work in the '80s to his current Instagram presence.
Diana C. Stoll on Remote Sites of War at Western Carolina University’s Fine Art Museum.
In the wake of Tuesday’s New York Post cover, a discussion on NPR considered the ethics of documenting tragedy.
A photo diary chronicling Aperture’s Paris Photo Patron Trip 2012.
Aperture speaks with Galjaard about photographing in Albania, the design process, and self-publishing his first book.
Independent curator Daniel M. Leers reports on the First National Bank Johannesburg Art Fair.
Writer and curator Amanda Hopkinson guides us through the pioneering reinvention of the Fotohof photography gallery which opened in Salzburg, Austria, February 2012.
A talk and signing with Chris Buck, author of Presence: The Invisible Portrait.
An excerpt from Chris Boot’s conversation with 101 Tragedies editor Trisha Ziff.
Taryn Simon presents and discusses her work, including A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters, I – XVIII.
Exploring the under-charted history of Latin American photography.
Photos from two of the most exciting European photography fairs, Paris Photo and Offprint Paris.
From Aperture 198: Anders Petersen and JH Engström discuss the work that would become Petersen’s City Diary.
A new photobook by Barney Kulok now available in our online store.
We are pleased to announce the winners of 2012 PhotoBook Award prizes.
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