1. TurnOnArt TV Episode 3 | Paris Photo & Offprint

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    In the third episode of TurnOnArt TV we pop by the hotspots you can't miss if you visit Paris in November, a melting pot for those interested in photography and books. Music: Feed Me & Crystal Fighters - 'Love Is All I Got' / Changes feat. Wad Ad - 'Faul' Video: Adrián Ruiz-Martín ivorypress.com turnonart.com

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    • Munemasa Takahashi on Lost & Found at Aperture

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      Photographer Munemasa Takahashi from the Memory Salvage Project stopped by Aperture during the installation of an exhibition showcasing several hundred family snapshots recovered from the rubble of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami nearly one year ago. In this clip, he introduces Lost & Found: 3.11 Photographs from Tohoku on view at the Aperture Gallery Project Room through Friday, April 27, 2012.

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      • Jamel Shabazz at The New School

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        Photography in Context: Street Art, Street Life: Street as Site of Globalization

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        • 2010 Events-Heart Haiti-Doctors Without Borders Benefit

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          RETV stopped by the Aperture Foundation to check out the Heart Haiti event and to speak to a few of the people that helped bring this event together. Heart Art founders Audrie Lawrence and Celeste Holt-Walters, Red Run Creative, Agmac and a few other close friends came together to put on an amazing auction to raise funds for a great cause.

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          • At the Top of the World: Photography Today, Part 3

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            TIME magazine’s unprecedented triple-fold cover for the March 17, 2014 issue features a spectacular bird’s-eye view of One World Trade Center. On April 1, 2014, Kira Pollack, director of photography and visual enterprise at TIME, interviewed Jonathan D. Woods, TIME’s photo and interactive senior editor, about how he and Michael Franz created this image, a photographic collaboration that took many months from conception to execution. The 360-degree photograph was made from over 567 images taken over a five-hour period, with a camera mounted on a twelve-foot aluminum pole attached to the spire. Pollack and Woods took the audience through this process with stills and video, and addressed the promise of photography today.

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            • Richard Ross: Attention to a Larger Context

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              In this video, Richard Ross speaks about how the images from Architecture of Authority as a whole engage in a discussion attempting to change our perception of our social surroundings. The exhibition Architecture of Authority is currently on view at Aperture Gallery through July 31st. With this body of work American photographer Richard Ross presents unsettling pictures of architectural spaces that each exert a kind of power over the individual. From a Montessori preschool, to churches and mosques, to an interrogation room at Guantánamo and segregation cells at Abu Ghraib, Ross's photographs reflect the state of our post 9/11 world—one in which he believes the public has become accustomed to the abuse of power, erosion of individual liberty, illegitimate authority, and constant surveillance.

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              • Safe & Sexy Projection @ Aperture Foundation

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                • Artist Talk: James Bridle, Part 3

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                  On Tuesday, April 15, 2014, artist James Bridle joined us at Aperture Gallery to discuss his latest project, Dronestagram, featured in the Spring 2014 issue of Aperture magazine. Sourcing cartographic images and metadata from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, an independent news organization in the UK, Bridle posts on Instagram aerial views of the approximate locations of airstrikes carried out by the United States government in countries such as Pakistan, Yemen, and Somalia. Embracing the accessibility of social media, Bridle creates a visual record of the invisible war being waged overseas. Each caption details the casualties and location of the attack. This clever and chilling project has garnered a lot of attention; the Dronestagram account now has over 10,000 followers and has sparked debate over the moral and political implications of anonymous warfare.

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                  • City Shapes: Matthew Pillsbury in Conversation with Michel Lussault - Part 3/4

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                    "City Stages" by Matthew Pillsbury is available online here: http://bit.ly/1taFUOK On October 19, Aperture Foundation, in partnership with Villa Gillet, presented an afternoon conversation between photographer Matthew Pillsbury and French geographer Michel Lussault. The event was organized for the launch of Matthew Pillsbury’s monograph, City Stages, as part of Walls and Bridges, a ten-day French-American arts and ideas festival curated by Villa Gillet. Matthew Pillsbury presented a brief slideshow of his photographs capturing human activity in urban environments, ranging from isolated moments—when people were tuned into the omnipresent screens of tablets, laptops, televisions, and phones—to crowded spectacles at museums, parades, cathedrals, and even protests. In discussion, Pillsbury and Lussault shared observations and discussed the relationships between individuals, everyday environments, and the urban landscape.

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