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Aperture's Melissa Harris remembers the life of writer Charles Bowden and his immeasurable contributions to Aperture.
From the Fall 2014 issue of Aperture Magazine, #216, "Fashion", guest-editors Inez & Vinoodh.
A preview of submissions to the 2014 PhotoBook Awards. The call for entries ends September 12, 2014.
The story of Hercule Florence, who invented an early form of photography in Brazil while studying the Amazon's birdsong.
Ronaldo Entler maps a selection of some of the most important photography collectives working in the city of São Paulo for Aperture Magazine #215.
Images from the opening reception of The Sochi Project at Aperture Gallery.
The DIY Storytelling weekend photography workshop with Rob Hornstra at Aperture.
Images from Aperture Foundation’s inaugural Spring Patron Cocktail Event in NYC.
Christopher Phillips on the work of Caio Reisewitz, from Aperture magazine #215, Summer 2014.
A panel discussion on Japanese photographer Shomei Tomatsu at Aperture gallery.
Daniel Blight reflects on Sarah Jones’s recent solo show.
Melissa Harris in conversation with renowned painter Jasper Johns.
The Editors’ Note from Aperture magazine #213 Summer 2014, The São Paulo Issue.
A panel discussion on street photography in the 21st century, held at Aperture Gallery.
A recap of the Community Educational Partnerships ‘Looking at Me, Looking at You, Looking at Us’ exhibition.
Images from the Mark Steinmetz-led weekend photography workshop at Aperture Foundation.
Artist James Bridle on his project Dronestagram at Aperture Gallery.
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