The next issue, guest edited by Charlotte Cotton, will be launched this spring in Los Angeles, New York, and Milan.
Luigi Ghirri’s short written exposé on his sources for inspiration. This essay was included in Aperture’s 2008 volume It’s Beautiful Here, Isn’t It.
Prajna Desai reviews A Village in Bengal, an exhibition of Chirodeep Chaudhuri’s photographs at Project 88, Mumbai.
The Art Directors Club will host their ADC 92nd Annual Awards + Festival next month in Miami Beach.
Photographer Bill Armstrong speaks with Aperture about his Infinity series, and his latest exhibition in New York.
Images from the production of Ametsuchi, Rinko Kawauchi’s latest monograph.
Designer Rob Giampietro assesses the legacy of ECM Records, which was recently surveyed in an exhibition at the Haus der Kunst, Munich, and its related catalog.
Critic Noemi Smolik reviews the recent exhibition Dear Aby Warburg, What Can Be Done with Images?
Emily Haas Davidson and Bruce Davidson in conversation on their latest project, Bobby’s Book.
Curator Christopher Y. Lew discusses our changing relationship to technology and to the Internet.
Melissa Harris spoke with Daniel Vasella, then of Novartis AG, to understand both his passion and his criteria for commissioning photography.
Brooklyn-based writer and curator Gene McHugh dissects photography’s role within the real world and the virtual world.
Celebrities assembled in Park City, Utah, were photographed by Henny Garfunkel with the freshly relaunched Aperture magazine.