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Schuyler Duffy reviews Terry Evans's exhibition The Inhabited Prairie, now on view in New York.
Brian Dillon considers perspective, observation, and enlightenment found at the periphery.
Jonathan Griffin visits photographer John Divola in advance of three simultaneous retrospectives.
Sarah James reviews a survey of Karl Blossfeldt's photographs at the Whitechapel Gallery, London.
A new photobook by Barney Kulok now available in our online store.
We are pleased to announce the winners of 2012 PhotoBook Award prizes.
Highlighting the ten titles shortlisted for the PhotoBook of the Year Award.
Highlighting the ten titles shortlisted for the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook of the Year Award 2012.
Concresco – David Galjaard – Winner – Paris Photo—Aperture Foundation First PhotoBook Award
City Diary – Anders Petersen – Winner – Paris Photo—Aperture Foundation PhotoBook of the Year Award
Highlighting the thirty shortlisted titles for the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards.
Highlighting some of the thirty shortlisted titles for the Paris Photo—Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards.
From Aperture 209: Tim Davis considers the photographic history of American housing.
Soth speaks with Aperture Remix curator Lesley A. Martin about infuences on his work.
Another look at Aperture’s sixtieth anniversary exhibition, on view through November 17.
Now available – a reprint of Nan Goldin’s 1986 classic The Ballad of Sexual Dependency.
Join Lynne Cohen at two events in North America this month.
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