Three years after the release of The New York Times Magazine Photographs, the Aperture Foundation is holding an exhibition that looks back on thirty years of photographs published in the American weekly. Unlike the sober cover of the book, the walls of the Aperture gallery are filled with a variety of photographs from a variety of photographers, with portraits, fashion, architectural and documentary work by Lynsey Addario, Paolo Pellegrin, Nan Goldin, Sebastiao Salgado, Gregory Crewdson and Ryan McGinley, among others.
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