Lesley Martin, PhotoMs. Martin received her B.Ph. from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, in 1991. She is the publisher of the book program at Aperture Foundation and of The PhotoBook Review, a biannual newsprint journal. Her writing on photography has been published in Aperture, Foam, Lay Flat, and Ojo de Pez, among other publications, and she has edited numerous books of photography, including My Life in Politics by Tim Davis; Tod Papageorge: American Sports, 1970; Illuminance by Rinko Kawauchi; The Enclave by Richard Mosse; LaToya Ruby Frazier: The Notion of Family; and An-My Lê: Events Ashore. She has curated several exhibitions of photography, including The Ubiquitous Image (2008), New York Times Magazine Photographs, co-curated with Kathy Ryan (2011), and the commission-based exhibition Aperture Remix (2012). In 2011 she launched The PhotoBook Review and cofounded the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards, celebrating the contribution of the book to the evolving narrative of photography. She was appointed critic in photography at Yale in 2014.
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