Aperture Foundation is a nonprofit arts institution, founded in 1952 by Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Beaumont Newhall e.a.. Aperture today is a multi-platform publisher and center for the photo community.

In his work, here in 'Figure & Ground', Richard RENALDI melds two classic photographic genres - portrait and landscape - into a single descriptive frame that speaks as much to a sense of the individuals before the lens as it does to the space they inhabit
68,00 € Weight 1.4 kg
'The Many Lives of Erik Kessels' provides an overview of how to better understand and appreciate the hybrid way of working of the Dutch photographic artist Erik KESSELS, who defies any categorization. With more than twenty works as well as many essays.
32,00 € * Weight 1.2 kg
This book, 'Sketch of Paris' by JH ENGSTRÖM, presents his very personal view of Paris, with about 250 photographs taken between 1991 and 2012 - a lyrical account of misadventures, affairs and chance encounters in the streets, bars as well as artist lofts.
78,00 € *
In his photo volume, 'KIN', South African photographer Pieter HUGO explores instead on his family the failure of South African colonization and his sense of being 'colonial driftwood', reflecting on the nature of conflicting personal collective narratives
from 32,00 €
'Intimate Distance' is the first comprehensive monograph chronicling the career of renowned photographer Todd HIDO. Author David Campany introduces the work, he specifically addresses the cinematic influences and the type of viewership his work requires.
from 58,00 €
2nd print run, HC with dust jacket, 28 x 35 x 2 cm., 112 pp., color ills., text language: English
0,00 € *
This new edition of the photo book classic 'Nicaragua. June 1978 - July 1979' by American documentary photographer and Magnum member Susan MEISELAS is a groundbreaking contribution to the literature of committed photojournalism with bonus material on DVD.
from 45,00 € Weight 1 kg
With Photo essays by Henri CARTIER-BRESSON, Walker EVANS, Nan GOLDIN, W. Eugene SMITH, Mary Ellen MARK, Sebastiao SALGADO and James NACHTWEY
68,00 € *
This out-of-print new edition of the 1965 monograph 'The Flame of Recognition' about American photographer Edward WESTON contains a cross-section of his work, with portraits and nature photographs as well as texts from his diaries and letters.
32,00 € Weight 0.4 kg
'Petrochemical America' by Richard MISRACH contains haunting photographs of the region and Kate Orff's 'Ecological Atlas' - a richly researched and concretely visualized study of the petrochemical industry and American culture that are closely interwoven.
from 98,00 € Weight 2.35 kg
In 'Selected Works, 1973-1981', fifteen photographers, curators & authors - David Campany, Paul GRAHAM, Guido GUIDI, Takashi HOMMA, Hans U. Obrist, Ed RUSCHA, Britt Salvesen, Taryn SIMON, Thomas STRUTH - describe the work of Stephen SHORE she amazes why.
74,00 € * Weight 2.8 kg
Book in spitral binding, 22,5 x 30,5 x 3 cm., 288 ills., b/w ills., text language: English
78,00 € *
The photo volume 'Somnyama Ngonyama. Hail the Dark Lioness', the monograph by Zanele MUHOLI, one of today's most powerful visual activists, contains radical statements on identity, race and resistance, as well as a direct response to all forms of racism.
68,00 €
With works by Robert FRANK, Garry WINOGRAND, Joel STERNFELD, William EGGLESTON, Alec SOTH, Victor BURGIN, Taino ONORATO & Nico KREBS and many more
0,00 € * Weight 2 kg
'Paz Errázuriz: Survey', accompanied the major retrospective of the photographic work of the Chilean photographer spanning more than forty years and includes more than 170 photographs and texts by Juan Vicente Aliaga, Gerardo Mosquera and Paulina Varas.
24,80 € * Weight 1.4 kg
This version of 'Gypsies' by Joseph KOUDELKA represents the first realization of the original maquette, which was created by the photographer together with graphic artist Milan Kopřiva in 1968 and was originally intended to be published in Prague in 1970.
98,00 € Weight 1.5 kg
'Violent Legacies' by Richard MISRACH is the third publication in the artist's ongoing 'Desert Cantos' series and depicts different aspects of the American West and the destructiveness of human nature. With a 4-page allegorical narrative by Susan Sontag.
from 19,50 €
Linen bound HC with dust jacket, 30 x 37 x 3,5 cm., 206 pp., 152 (+21 small) b/w ills., text language: English
0,00 € *