The Aperture Foundation is exhibiting work by students in its visual literacy program, which includes schools from the Lower East Side to Harlem, Brooklyn and beyond. Get to know the city’s next generation of photography stars.
'Aperture' magazine is one of the most relevant and enlightening publications in the photography world. In the first of a regular series, i-D presents a digital version of one feature from each quarterly issue. First up, from 'Aperture'’s issued called 'American Destiny': Argentinian photographer Alessandra Sanguinetti's pilgrimage to Black River Falls, the snowbound Wisconsin town first captured in Michael Lesy's haunting 1973 book.