Aperture 183

Summer 2006

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 80 pages 1-59711-028-0
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Aperture Magazine, issue #183, Summer 2006.
Portfolios and Essays from William Christenberry, Jessie Mann and Len Prince, Jessica Helfand, Sze Tsung Leong, Nancy Chappell and Mayu Mohanna, Bruce Conner and Greil Marcus, Harri Kallio and Carlo McCormick.


Memphis 1966
by William Christenberry
This never-before-published series was shot by Christenberry during his years living in Memphis.

Self-Possessed
by Jessie Mann
Photographed by Len Prince
Jessie Mann, the daughter of photographer Sally Mann, collaborates with Len Prince to reveal that she is equally at ease as the author of her own image.

What We Saved: Pictures and Ephemera in the Twentieth-Century Scrapbook
by Jessica Helfand
As "scrapbooking" grows in mainstream popularity, Helfand sheds light on the evolution of constructing personal histories.

History Images
by Sze Tsung Leong
Leong's stunning, large-scale photographs reveal China's history as written in its cityscapes.

Yuyanapaq: In Order to Remember
by Nancy Chappell and Mayu Mohanna
With images culled from ninety archives, Chappell and Mohanna present the history and legacy of twenty years of terrorism in Peru.

Bruce Conner at the Mabuhay Gardens, San Francisco, 1978
by Greil Marcus
Seminal experimental filmmaker Bruce Conner documented San Francisco's raucous punk scene in the late 1970s. Here, writer Greil Marcus puts the photographs in their dynamic context.

Harri Kallio: Through the Looking Glass Backward
by Carlo McCormick
Kallio uses photography to resurrect the dodo bird in its onetime home, Mauritius Island.
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