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A conversation with Manfred Heiting from The PhotoBook Review 008.
Images of Conviction: The Construction of Visual Evidence, which opened on June 4, presents ten case studies that demonstrate how photography and video have functioned in the evidence of death.
From over five hundred applicants, twenty-four photographers consider the ways in which our current reality might outpace outlandish narratives of science fiction.
An excerpt from a portfolio in Aperture magazine #219, Summer 2015, “Tokyo.”
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.
Noemi Smolik reviews Thomas Ruff’s new show at the Kunsthalle Dusseldorf.
Gail Albert Halaban discusses her new book, Paris Views, with Amy Adler at Aperture Gallery.
A conversation with Karl Lagerfeld on fashion and photography, from Aperture magazine issue #122.
Vicki Goldberg assesses the contemporary work of Vadim Guschchin and Nikolai Kulebyakin.
Why “photobooks” now? Author David Campany examines the term for issue 007 of The PhotoBook Review.
An excerpt from the Center for the Study of the Drone’s newly released Drone Primer.
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