Patricia Voulgaris employs the visual language of the supernatural, tracing the tenuous line between belief and doubt.
From monographs by Ming Smith and Deana Lawson to compendiums about activism and fashion, here are must-read books that envision Black lives.
Anabelle DeClement’s photographs consider how we interact with the people and places around us—and if we have the capacity to change.
In a psychologically-charged series, Rebecca Topakian reconstructs her dual identity from object-clues, collecting traces of herself in virtual and physical geographies.
From Wolfgang Tillmans and Nan Goldin, to Jamie Hawkesworth’s everyday celebrations and the photographers covering the crisis in Ukraine, here are this year’s highlights in photography and ideas.
Known for his distinctive work in fashion photography, Shah grew up in Uttarakhand, a state where many are leaving for the city. What would it mean to return home?
Legendary photographers. Iconic monographs. Thought-provoking essay books. Here is the ultimate guide to the best photobooks to give this holiday season.
On the anniversary of the groundbreaking 1972 posthumous retrospective and monograph, a look back at five lesser-known details from Arbus’s life and career.
The “70th Anniversary” issue explores the magazine’s past while charting its future—and features original commissions by leading artists and photographers.
In Aperture’s Seventy x Seventy Sale, Stephen Shore, Graciela Iturbide, Tyler Mitchell, and more offer prints from their history with Aperture—ranging from the classic to the contemporary.
From a new volume on Dayanita Singh’s expansive practice to Trent Parke’s journey across north Indian countryside—we asked our editors what photobooks they’re diving into this summer.
Photographers often have unwritten lists of subjects they tell themselves not to shoot—things that are cliché, exploitative, derivative, sometimes even arbitrary.
In her new photographs made in California and Mexico, Stone embodies a practice of Black critical looking—and shows the power of seeing and being seen.
Philip Montgomery shares the stories behind nine images in his new photobook “American Mirror.”
Through classes and programming, Las Fotos has become an essential space for teens to learn the basics of photography—and develop their self-expression.
From landmark volumes by Diane Arbus and Nan Goldin to modern classics by Deana Lawson, Rinko Kawauchi, Justine Kurland, and more.
From an exhibition by Stephen Shore to fundraising print sales, photographers, collectors, and arts organizations are expressing their support for the Ukrainian people.
In these 11 photobooks from Kwame Brathwaite to Deana Lawson, artists envision beauty and poetry, fashion and resistance.
Fall 2022, “The Seventieth Anniversary Issue”