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Aperture magazine's editors on our Summer 2015 issue and the vast photography landscape in Tokyo.
The new issue of the Aperture Photography App is now available to download on your iOS device.
Ivan Vartanian spoke to Ryuichi Kaneko about how he became one of the first and most enduring champions of the Japanese photobook.
In the “Tokyo” issue of "Aperture" magazine available in May, curator Matthew S. Witkovsky unpacks Nakahira’s landmark photo-installation Circulation.
Robin Schwartz and her daughter Amelia discuss Amelia and the Animals.
Kathy Ryan on her book Office Romance, a collection of her Instagram photos taken at her office in the New York Times building.
Aperture Editor Michael Famighetti on work featured during the 2014 FotoFocus Biennial.
A new exhibition at Maureen Paley in London features new work by Morgan Fisher.
Nat Trotman on Erica Baum, whose work investigates the tradition of print and the objectification of language.
Erwin Olaf gives a virtual tour of his most recent photobook, Erwin Olaf: Volume II.
Elinor Carucci discusses her approach to teaching photography, and her experience as a workshop instructor at Aperture.
Anne Collier’s new show at the MCA Chicago spans a decade of the photographer’s sly, incisive images.
LaToya Ruby Frazier discusses the creation of her first book, The Notion of Family.
A social media analyst working in private intelligence considers the Islamic State’s use of photography.
An-My Lê talks about her recently published book, Events Ashore at Aperture Gallery.
Editors’ Note from the Winter 2014 issue of Aperture magazine, #217, “Lit.”
From Paris Photo, Aperture announces the winners of the 2014 PhotoBook Awards.
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