The prize includes a $10,000 artist grant, alongside the publication of a photobook with Aperture, and accompanying exhibition at Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York.
In November, Aperture launched “Revolution Is Love” with a night of celebration centering the shared joy and struggle in trans community and liberation.
The annual fundraising gala celebrated the organization’s seventieth anniversary and the wide breadth of Aperture’s influence on the field of photography.
Founder of the Wedge Collection in Toronto, Montague comes to Aperture with a breadth of expertise in championing underrecognized achievements and a long-standing commitment to the medium of photography.
In partnership with Google, Aperture, For Freedoms, and FREE THE WORK, the Image Equity Fellowship aims to support the next generation of image-makers of color.
Opening summer 2024, the new space will become a hub for public engagement and collaboration with flexible spaces for programming and re-imagined office and production areas.
Aperture partnered with Jack’d and The Times Square EDITION to celebrate the artist’s new volume “Notes towards Becoming a Spill.”
Image Equity Fellowship aims to support the next generation of image-makers of color.
The acclaimed photographer brings together an issue about dreams and chance.
The prize features a $10,000 artist grant, alongside the publication of a photobook with Aperture, and accompanying exhibition at Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York.
AFF will also collaborate with Aperture on a new edition of Robert Frank’s iconic book “The Americans” in 2024.
On October 19 and 20, Aperture hosted an in-person and virtual gala to celebrate the range of its publishing program and the field of photography.
Meet the twenty winning artists recognized by Aperture and Google’s Creator Labs for their exceptional photographic visions.
This fall, Aperture’s annual gala celebrates the range of its publishing program with three honorees: Sara Cwynar, Graciela Iturbide, and Dr. Kenneth Montague.
Through a free open call, the new fund provides financial support to artists in the wake of COVID-19.
An influential patron, Sondra Gilman Gonzalez-Falla worked tirelessly to support the photo community and build an unparalleled collection of photographs.
Sarah Meister reflects on the role Aperture has played throughout her life—and how photography brings us together, across continents and decades.
The Aperture Foundation is pleased to announce seven new appointments to its Board of Trustees.
Fall 2022, “The Seventieth Anniversary Issue”