Issue 7 of the Aperture Photography App is Now Available

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2015_04_24_ApertureApp_Issue7_CS5_Blog

The new issue of the Aperture Photography App is now available to download on your iOS device.

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David Wojnarowicz and Nan Goldin

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WOJ_084_DW at Home

From Aperture Magazine #147: David Wojnarowicz and Nan Goldin sat down to talk about record, memory, and the evolution of their work.

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Collecting the Japanese Photobook

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CollectingJapanesePhotobook

Ivan Vartanian spoke to Ryuichi Kaneko about how he became one of the first and most enduring champions of the Japanese photobook.

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Inside the Aperture Spring Party

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Spring_Party_2015_254

The Aperture Spring Party: Moving Mountains drew more than 250 guests to the Aperture Foundation in Chelsea, New York.

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London Exhibitions of Photographers’ Collections

Installation view of Simon Fujiwara's curated section at Hayward Gallery, History Is Now- 7 Artists Take On Britain. Photo Linda Nylind
Installation view of Simon Fujiwara's curated section at Hayward Gallery, History Is Now- 7 Artists Take On Britain. Photo Linda Nylind

Two exhibitions highlight collections of art and oddities belonging to some of today’s most prominent photographers.

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Lynne Tillman on Brush Fires in the Social Landscape

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WOJ_047_Where I'll Go

In this excerpt from Brush Fires in the Social Landscape, Lynne Tillman reflects on the work and life of David Wojnarowicz

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Issue 6 of the Aperture Photography App is Now Available

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2015_04_24_ApertureApp_Issue6_CS5-01

Download Issue 6 of the new Aperture Photography App.

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Nakahira’s Circulation

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219MAG663_NakahiraCirc

In the “Tokyo” issue of “Aperture” magazine available in May, curator Matthew S. Witkovsky unpacks Nakahira’s landmark photo-installation Circulation.

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Doug DuBois: The Intimate Photograph

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Doug DuBois, Lise and Spencer, Ithaca, NY, 2004         “In the end, we may come to the conclusion that intimacy cannot be photographed directly (as we experience it) because, quite simply, the camera is always in the way. The trick, perhaps, is to understand intimacy as an imaginary space—an illusion that exploits our very real longing for a profound and authentic encounter with another.” —Doug DuBois   Join photographer Doug DuBois for a two-part workshop through which students will gain a better understanding of how to articulate intimacy and explore ways of creating photographs that demonstrate a…

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