Blog/Updates

  1. Delta Voices: Artists of the Mid-South

    27 Aug 2021
    “Turner was selected to participate in Delta Voices by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. A photographer and educator based in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Turner leads the Center for Photographers of Color at the University of Arkansas. He draws upon his own experiences as an artist from the Arkansas Delta to

  2. Available Print @ f22 Fine Art Prints

    14 Jun 2021
    Enclose, 2021 from the upcoming series, I Won’t Be Here, available for a limited time at f22 FINE ART PRINTS “This image is a representation of the pursuit of light within my practice over the years. For a long time I waited patiently and responded to available light but in…

  3. Collaborative Conversations: Aaron Turner and Sonja Thomsen

    09 Apr 2021
    Artists Sonja Thomsen and Aaron Turner discuss the role of light in their practice; their conversation on a new nothing; their respective shows at The Suburban and Light Work; as well as celebrate their new publications.

  4. Q&A w/ BASEMENT

    08 Apr 2021
    Q&A with BASEMENT Curators

  5. Recent Acquisition & Interview | The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center

    08 Apr 2021
    Aaron Turner: An Interview by Jessica D. Brier, Ph.D., Deknatel Curatorial Fellow in Photography Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College  The Ongoing Moment: Recent Acquisitions of Photography at the Loeb March 13 - June 27, 2021

  6. Smithsonian Magazine Cover & Opening Illustrations | April 2021 Issue | Tulsa 1921

    23 Mar 2021
    Smithsonian Magazine Cover & Opening Illustrations | April 2021 Issue | Tulsa 1921 THE PROMISE OF OKLAHOMA, How the push for statehood led a beacon of racial progress to oppression and violence BY VICTOR LUCKERSON AMERICAN TERROR, A century ago in Tulsa, a murderous mob attacked the most prosperous black…

  7. Commission: The Atlantic Cover, March 2021 Issue

    28 Feb 2021
    The Atlantic, March 2021 Cover Thank you Christine Walsh , Luise Stauss, and Emily Jan for this opportunity!  Stories of Slavery, From Those Who Survived It The Federal Writers’ Project narratives provide an all-too-rare link to our past. by Clint Smith Photograph by Aaron Turner; archival image from Library of…

  8. Podcast: The Careful Photograph Ep. 2

    28 Feb 2021
    Thank you Tarrah Krajnak for inviting me to be a guest on The Careful Photograph podcast Spotify  In this episode, we sit down with photographer Aaron Turner to discuss The joy of Roquemore #2 from the series Black alchemy: there may still be time left (2020). Aaron Turner’s series Black

  9. Book - TIS03: Black Alchemy: if this one thing is true

    27 Feb 2021
    TIS Books  For TIS03 - the third installment of the TIS multi-artist series - we’ve taken advantage of this eventful time in history to expand beyond the TIS collective and include new friends and fresh outlooks.Social and political upheaval, a tumultuous election, and a crippling pandemic that’s forced the

  10. In conversation w/Sonja Thomsen | Feb 27th, 2021 @ 12CST

    23 Feb 2021
    Saturday, February 27 at 12pm CST  Collaborative Conversations: Sonja Thomsen & Aaron Turner, a visual conversation on anewnothing  https://saic-edu.zoom.us/j/81180780491  YOU WILL FIND IT WHERE IT IS: A READER ©Sonja Thomsen

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