Melissa Harris spoke with Daniel Vasella, then of Novartis AG, to understand both his passion and his criteria for commissioning photography.
Aperture speaks with the curator and a participating artist in Color Shift, a show that explores and revisits modernism’s reductive approach to medium, material, and color.
An interview with photographer Laura Letinsky, who has explored the expressive possibilities of still-life photography for fifteen years.
Aperture speaks with curator Okwui Enwezor about the exhibition “Rise and Fall of Apartheid” at International Center of Photography.
A look back at Aperture’s top five of 2012.
The Los Angeles–based photographer Zoe Crosher has had quite a big year. Carmen Winant spoke with the artist about her work.
From Aperture 203, Daido Moriyama speaks with Ivan Vartanian about the unending newness of photographs.
Aperture speaks with Galjaard about photographing in Albania, the design process, and self-publishing his first book.
An excerpt from Chris Boot’s conversation with 101 Tragedies editor Trisha Ziff.