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Wanting to be Held
What can Robert Bergman teach us about the act of seeing? The post Wanting to be Held appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Jan 15 9:24PM Photography

Roe Ethridge on Getting It Exactly Wrong
In dizzying sequences, the irreverent photographer embraces risk and failure. The post Roe Ethridge on Getting It Exactly Wrong appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Jan 15 4:43PM Photography

Can a Photography Festival Thrive in Today's China?
In the city of Lianzhou, visions of global power collide with official censorship. The post Can a Photography Festival Thrive in Todays China? appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Jan 15 4:42PM Photography

The Woman Who Made the World's First Photobook
Why Anna Atkins deserves her place in the pantheon of great photographers. The post The Woman Who Made the Worlds First Photobook appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Jan 11 4:42PM Photography

Richard Renaldi: Building a Body of Work
Join Richard Renaldi for a two-day workshop where participants will discuss the ideas and practices behind fostering a long-term photographic project. Students are expected to bring to class one or two photographic series that they have been working on for some time, and should be looking for guidance on how to grow their project. Students will be required to participate in a dialogue that is self-critical and encourages reflection.
Jan 9 2:53PM Photography

What Does It Mean to Navigate Queer Life in Hong Kong?
Meet the winner of the 2018 Aperture Portfolio Prize. The post What Does It Mean to Navigate Queer Life in Hong Kong? appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Jan 8 4:06PM Photography

From August Sander, Stirring Portraits of Nazis and Jews
An extraordinary photobook reveals the lives of persecuted Germans during World War II. The post From August Sander, Stirring Portraits of Nazis and Jews appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Jan 7 8:38PM Photography

Aperture Remembers the Life of Hector Xtravaganza (1958-2018)
The grandfather of the legendary House of Xtravaganza was known as an artist, activist, and family man. The post Aperture Remembers the Life of Hector Xtravaganza (1958-2018) appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Jan 4 9:04PM Photography

The Time is Always Now
A recent exhibition considers the legacy of James Baldwin and the civil rights era in photographs. The post The Time is Always Now appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Jan 4 4:37PM Photography

We Are Family
For the members of the legendary House of Xtravaganza, family is about love, identity, and protection. The post We Are Family appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Jan 3 4:49PM Photography