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  No American roadtrip is so classic as the one bound west, especially from New York to California. That is the route Italy-born photographer Renato D’Agostin took last summer on his 1983 BMW R100, cruising 7,439 miles coast-to-coast: breaking down,...

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A Box of Ten Photographs

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A Box of Ten Photographs
In May 1971, Artforum, bastion of late modernism, featured the work of a photographer for the very first time. On its cover and in a six-page spread, it published selections from Diane Arbus's portfolio, A box of ten photographs. In...

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All About Saul Leiter

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All About Saul Leiter
A photographer's gift to the viewer is sometimes beauty in the overlooked ordinary' - Saul Leiter Photography lovers the world over are now embracing Saul Leiter, who has enjoyed a remarkable revival since fading into relative obscurity in the 1980s. This...

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Alone Street

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Alone Street
Alone Street brings together two major bodies of work by Gregory Crewdson, Cathedral of the Pines (Aperture, 2016) and An Eclipse of Moths (Aperture, 2020), in a single, elegant, and affordable monograph. Both series expand on the artist’s obsessive exploration...

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American Geography

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American Geography
Award-winning photographer Matt Black traveled over 100,000 miles to chronicle the reality of today’s unseen and forgotten America. When Magnum photographer Matt Black began exploring his hometown in California’s rural Central Valley―dubbed “the other California,” where one-third of the population...

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An Aperture Monograph: Diane Arbus

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An Aperture Monograph: Diane Arbus
When Diane Arbus died in 1971 at the age of 48, she was already a significant influence—even something of a legend—for serious photographers, although only a relatively small number of her most important pictures were widely known at the time....

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Aperture Conversations: 1985 to the Present

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Aperture Conversations: 1985 to the Present
Why did Henri Cartier-Bresson nearly have a posthumous exhibition while still alive? What led Stephen Shore to work with color? Why was Sophie Calle accused of stealing Vermeer’s The Concert? And what is Susan Meiselas’s take on Instagram and the...

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As it may be

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As it may be
Magnum photographer Bieke Depoorter has traveled to Egypt regularly since the beginning of the revolution in 2011, making intimate pictures of Egyptian families in their homes. In 2017, she revisited the country with the first draft of this book, inviting...

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At Work

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At Work
Annie Leibovitz, our most celebrated living photographer, explains how her pictures are madeLeibovitz addresses young photographers and readers interested in what photographers do, but any reader interested in contemporary history will be fascinated by her account of one of the...

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Berlin, Portrait of a City

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Berlin, Portrait of a City
Berlin has survived two world wars, was divided by a wall during the Cold War, and after the fall of the wall was reunited. The city emerged as a center of European power and culture. From 1860 to the present...

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Box Camera NOW

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Box Camera NOW
Box Camera NOW offers a unique insight into a new generation of Box Camera photographers working on the street and studios with primarily homemade cameras. These rudimentary tools follow a history of street photographers who worked around the globe in...

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Bruce Davidson: Survey

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Bruce Davidson: Survey
Bruce Davidson (born in Oak Park, Illinois, 1933) is an award-winning photographer whose career spans nearly sixty years. He became a member of Magnum Photos in 1958, and received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1962, grants from the National Endowment for...

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Cape Light

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Cape Light
Cape Light, Joel Meyerowitz's series of serene and contemplative color photographs taken on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, quickly became one of the most influential and popular photobooks in the latter part of the 20th century after its publication in 1978, breaking...

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Caspian: The Elements

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Caspian: The Elements
Caspian: The Elements is Chloe Dewe Mathews’s record of five years spent roaming the borderlands of the Caspian Sea. In a resource-rich region roiled by contested geopolitics, Dewe Mathews found that elemental materials like oil, rock, and uranium are central...

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Cherry Blossom

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Cherry Blossom
Bruce Gilden is a North American photographer and member of the Magnum Photos agency. After moving house, Gilden discovered hundreds of undeveloped reels and negatives of work produced in New York, his native city, between 1978 and 1984. From among...

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Chewing Gum and Chocolate

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Chewing Gum and Chocolate
  One of Japan's foremost twentieth-century photographers, Shomei Tomatsu has created a defining portrait of postwar Japan. Beginning with his meditation on the devastation caused by the atomic bombs in "11:02 Nagasaki," Tomatsu focused on the tensions between traditional Japanese...

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