The 2014 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards Exhibitions

Shortlist_ex_rotator
Shortlist_ex_rotator

A look at the 2014 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards Short List exhibitions, from New York to Tokyo.

Read More →

Gordon Parks “Back to Fort Scott” Opens at MFA Boston

04. Untitled, St. Louis, Missouri
04. Untitled, St. Louis, Missouri

A new exhibition at the MFA, Boston, sheds light on a forgotten photo essay by Gordon Parks from 1950.

Read More →

Aperture Magazine Live at the National Arts Club: the Lit Issue

Lit_Panel_featured
Lit_Panel_featured

Aperture magazine hosted a night of photography and literature at the National Arts Club.

Read More →

Walker Evans & the Written Word
by David Campany

evans_featured
evans_featured

David Campany on the writers that informed the work of Walker Evans.

Read More →

Genevieve Allison on Martin Schoeller at Hasted Kraeutler

©Martin Schoeller, Cesar Millan with his Dogs; South Central Los Angeles, CA , 2006. Courtesy of Martin Schoeller/AUGUST
©Martin Schoeller, Cesar Millan with his Dogs; South Central Los Angeles, CA , 2006. Courtesy of Martin Schoeller/AUGUST

A new exhibition at Hasted Kraeutler in New York features the portrait photography of Martin Schoeller.

Read More →

Isabel Stevens on Chris Marker’s “Petite Planète”

IMG_7646
IMG_7646

An online-only story for Aperture magazine #217, Winter 2014, “Lit,” on Chris Marker’s travel book series.

Read More →

Larry Sultan “Here and Home” at LACMA

Sultanmain
Sultanmain

The late, influential California photographer Larry Sultan has his first retrospective, “Here and Home,” at LACMA.

Read More →

Words vs. Images

fiction_featured
fiction_featured

Contemporary fiction writers speak on the role of photography and the image in their writing process.

Read More →

Prajna Desai: “Constructing Worlds” at Barbican Art Gallery

Thomas Struth installation images, Barbican Art Gallery © Chris Jackson / Getty Images
Thomas Struth installation images, Barbican Art Gallery © Chris Jackson / Getty Images

A review of “Constructing Worlds” at Barbican Art Gallery.

Read More →