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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.
Catherine Opie recounts her first meeting and friendship with bookseller Andrew Cahan.
In memory of Amiri Baraka, Aperture republishes Vince Aletti’s article on Baraka’s 1970 book, In Our Terribleness.
A panel discussion surrounding art critic John Berger and his collected writings on photography.
Holiday Book Bazaar in the Aperture Gallery and Bookstore with distinguished photobook publishers and distributors.
Diana Panora reflects on the impact of the Aperture’s Stevan A. Baron Work-Scholar Program on her life and career.
Leading photographers and students reconsider the history of photography from the perspective of collaboration.
From interviews with leading photographers and designers, to essays from Aperture magazine, here’s what you loved reading in 2013.
Artist Lisa Oppenheim speaks about her recent projects involving photographic prints exposed using non-traditional light sources.
Photographer Emmet Gowin speaks at Aperture Gallery on the occasion of his new, self-titled publication.
From Aperture magazine #213, Britt Salvesen discusses the series inter esse by Maria Sewcz.
From Aperture magazine #213, Chris Boot discusses the work of artist Paul Trevor.
From Aperture magazine #213, Carole Naggar discusses the Roquette Rockers series by photographer Ken Pate.
From Aperture magazine #213, Bronwyn Law-Viljoen discusses the work of Mozambican photojournalist Ricardo Rangel.
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