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Aperture and Paris Photo announce the shortlist for the 2018 PhotoBook Awards. The post The 2018 PhotoBook Awards Shortlist appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Are fashion photographers responsible for producing truthful images? The post Fashion Photography in the #MeToo Era appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
In an interview, the visual activist speaks about the politics of exclusion, rethinking history, and finding the courage to face herself. By Rene Mussai Rene Mussai: Let's begin by talking about how the images in Somnyama Ngonyama offer a repertoire of resistance, both for yourself and for empowering others. Collectively, they represent an invitation to see yourself in a different light.
Dek (draft): Star Montanas dreamy portraits capture the golden aura of a long-forgotten Los Angeles. By Juana Mara Rodrguez Star Montana's name is a poem. Born around the magic hour in the Boyle Heights of 1987, she carries the mystery of fading light with her because this is Los Angeles and everyone needs some kind of protection.
By Leigh Raiford Dawoud Bey's The Birmingham Project memorializes one of the most heartwrenching attacks of the American civil rights movement: the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, by four Klansmen on September 15, 1963. The explosion killed four girls preparing for Sunday school: Addie Mae Collins, 14, Denise McNair, 11, Carole Robertson, 14, and Cynthia Wesley, 14. More than twenty others were injured in the church, and two other black youths lost their lives in the immediate aftermath.
Honorees include Agnes Gund, Catherine Gund, Catherine Opie, Hank Willis Thomas, Dr. Deborah Willis Tuesday, October 30, 2018 547 West 26th Street, New York Gala Cochairs Sir Elton John, Judy and Leonard Lauder, Nion McEvoy, Jessica Nagle Sponsors BUY TICKETS Aperture's theme this fall season is photography and the family. The Aperture Gala on October 30 will celebrate five leaders and artists for their contributions to art and photography and to the power of family: the human family, the families who support us (including the families we choose), and the Aperture family of photography.
Sabine Weiss's photographs brought style and serendipity to the streets of Paris and beyond. The post The Last Humanist appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
From biohacking to vitamins, photographer Matthieu Gafsou's latest series questions the relationship between human bodies and technology. The post Are We All Cyborgs? appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Working between portraiture and documentary, Khalik Allah's new book tracks Harlem by night. The post Energy Charts and Cosmic Light appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.