Aperture Gallery - Aperture Gallery Past Exhibitions
Aperture Foundation presents Shared Vision: The Sondra Gilman and Celso Gonzalez-Falla Collection of Photography, a selection from one of the world’s best private collections of photography. An exhibition organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Jacksonville, a cultural resource of the University of North Florida, curated by Ben Thompson, MOCA’s curator, and Paul Karabinis, assistant professor of photography at UNF.
Gathering images from the far corners of the globe, The Suffering of Light is the most comprehensive exhibition ever shown in the United States charting the career of acclaimed American photographer Alex Webb. Recognized as a pioneer of American color photography, Webb has consistently created photographs characterized by intense color and light since the 1970s.
PRINTING SHOW is a recreation of Daido Moriyama’s 1974 performance of the same name. Following the format of the original performance as closely as possible, in lieu of prints mounted on the gallery walls, visitors to the gallery will find the photographer stationed at a photocopy machine duplicating his photographic prints. As was done forty years ago, these photocopied sheets will be assembled and staple-bound with a silk-screened cover printed in the gallery space during the performance.
Aperture Foundation is pleased to announce the highly anticipated re-release of Bruce Davidson’s iconic Subway—a groundbreaking series documenting a unique moment in the cultural fabric of New York City, coinciding with an exhibition on view at Aperture Gallery.
What should we be looking at? What Matters Now? Proposals for a New Front Page will combine the crowd sourcing of images and ideas with the curatorial engagement of six experienced individuals, each hosting a table and a conversation within the space, where on corresponding walls each group will present its proposals for the contents of a ‘New Front Page’.