Since its creation in 1952, Aperture magazine has always given a voice to those who made and work in photography. Inspired by the sixty-fifth anniversary of its creation, Aperture is publishing a collection of more than seventy interviews published since 1985: from Henri Cartier-Bresson to William Klein, from Quentin Bajac to Barbara Kruger. The form of the interview is a...
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