In the history of photography, Aperture is a legend. This publishing house, magazine and gallery space is celebrating its 60th anniversary today, and we have decided to honor its history. Laurence Cornet organized this tribute.
1952. The absence of a serious periodical dedicated to photography had gone on long enough. Minor White and a group of critics fill in the gap by publishing the first issue of Aperture.
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