Posts from the ‘Aperture Magazine’ Category

Toward A New Documentary Expression

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Tunesia, Ras Adjir.

From “Documentary, Expanded”, Stephen Mayes reflects on documentary photography’s radically shifting terrain.

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Watching the World

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From “Documentary, Expanded”, Lev Manovich discusses the emerging field of social-media visualization.

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Basetrack: Conversation with Teru Kuwayama

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For “Documentary, Expanded”, Teru Kuwayama discusses Basetrack, Afghanistan, and the advantages of social media reporting.

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Photography, Expanded: Conversation with Chris Boot

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Susan Meiselas discusses how documentary photographers can respond to a transformed media environment.

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“What Is a Photograph?”

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Jacob King reviews “What is a Photograph?”, on view at International Center of Photography through May 4, 2014.

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Tom Sandberg: Photographs 1989–2006

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In memory of Tom Sandberg, Aperture republishes Carlo McCormick’s review of his 2007 P.S.1/ MoMA exhibition.

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Aperture #214—Editors’ Note

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Editors’ note from Aperture magazine #214, “Documentary, Expanded”.

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Our Collective Invention

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Joel Smith considers the ever-expanding domain of photography history.

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Mary Statzer on
Photography into Sculpture,
New York, 1970

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Mary Statzer on Peter Bunnell’s 1970 MoMA exhibition, Photography into Sculpture.

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