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Aperture’s editors want to see your work. The 2020 Portfolio Prize aims to discover, exhibit, and publish new talents in photography—enter now for the chance to win an exhibition in NYC, be published in Aperture magazine, and a cash prize.
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In a new edition, Aperture revisits Josef Koudelka's seminal series, "Gypsies," documenting Europe's Roma communities. Now 20% off during our Holiday Sale.
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Collect this limited-edition print from Justine Kurland’s forthcoming monograph, Girl Pictures (Aperture, 2020), featuring her now-iconic series depicting teenage girls on the road in the American wilderness.
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When Women Photographers Went to War: From Gerda Taro to Susan Meiselas, a new book examines the ways eight women have expanded the field of war photography.
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On the latest podcast from , Aperture Creative Director Lesley A. Martin discusses some of the best photobooks of 2019, the PhotoBook Awards, as well as offers insights into the publishing world and tips for for creating your own photobooks.
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In a conversation between Wolfgang Tillmans and Martin Hägglund, an artist and philosopher grapple with ideas of faith and freedom.
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Aperture Foundation Dec 5
rounds up the Best Photography Books of the Year—including two Aperture titles, Erwin Olaf: I Am and Kwame Brathwaite: Black is Beautiful.
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Aperture Foundation Dec 5
Visit Aperture Gallery to see our three exhibitions on view ✨ ▫️ The New Black Vanguard curated by ▫️ Mark McKnight: 2019 Portfolio Prize Winner ▫️ 2019 PhotoBook Awards Shortlist Exhibition More details:
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Aperture Foundation Dec 5
Through Positive Eyes is an ambitious, photo-storytelling project spanning 10 years. via
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LaToya Ruby Frazier's monograph "The Notion of Family" (Aperture, 2014) named one of Best Art Books of the Decade.
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TONIGHT! Join Aperture and Schilt Publishing for a conversation between Fred Ritchin and Fred Baldwin on his forthcoming memoir, Dear Mr. Picasso: An Illustrated Love Affair with Freedom. For more details, see:
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Mark McKnight’s Exuberant Tribute to Queer Tenderness: In the male body and the physical world, an unexpected seduction.
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How working with Aperture has shaped Elle Pérez’s career. This , help start the journey for more emerging photographers with a gift to Aperture at any level: Watch the full video at:
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It's our biggest discount of the season—save up to 50% off exclusive book bundles, best sellers, and more for Cyber Monday⚡ Sale ends December 2 at midnight EST. 📷 Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs, from The Open Road (Aperture, 2014)
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Ending tonight! Don't miss this chance to collect all five Aperture Workshop Series books by Dawoud Bey, Larry Fink, Todd Hido, Mary Ellen Mark, Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb for 50% off. Ends December 2 at midnight EST.
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Aperture Foundation Dec 2
“Great photographs are a mix of light, time, and magic.” —Alec Soth From Alec Soth to Rinko Kawauchi, hear from 40 photographers on their process and practice in PhotoWork, available for 30% off today only.
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⚡ Today Only: Up to 50% Off Our Holiday Sale ⚡ Don’t miss out on our biggest discount of the season.
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For the past 30 years, Naoya Hatakeyama has been examining the cycles of life, growth, and destruction of cities and built environments in Japan. See more in Excavating the Future City, available for 25% off during our Holiday Sale.
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Join Aperture and Schilt Publishing on 12/4 for a conversation between Fred Ritchin and Fred Baldwin on his forthcoming memoir, Dear Mr. Picasso: An Illustrated Love Affair with Freedom. For more details, see:
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Aperture Foundation Dec 1
Collect four essential classics by women photographers—including Diane Arbus, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Nan Goldin, and Sally Mann—for 40% off this weekend only with our exclusive book bundles. Ends Monday, December 1 at midnight EST.
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