Aperture 145

Fall 1996

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 80 pages 0-89381-684-1
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Aperture Magazine, issue #145, Fall 1996.
Ten Portfolios and Essays on Constantin Brancusi, Kiki Smith, Petah Coyne, Louise Lawler, Edvard Munch, Pablo Picasso, Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Richard Pousette-Dart, Chris Marker, and Wim Wenders.


Surface and Illusions presents ten portfolios of photographic work by artists we do not necessarily think of as photographers. Drawing primarily on the disciplines of painting, sculpture, and film, this issue seeks to explore the intersection of two-dimensional and three-dimensional representation--the link between the built and the imaged--as well as the ways in which time, memory, and narrative function between films and still photographs.

Picasso The Photographer: Beyond Appearances
by Anne Baldassari

Dark Mirror: The Photographs of Edvard Munch
by Charles Hagen

Studio Poses: Photographs by Constantin Brancusi and Kiki Smith
by David Frankel

Polkography
by Paul Schimmel

Louise Lawler: Souvenir Memories
by Rosalind Krauss

Gerhard Richter
Photographs and Notes

An Edge of Black
Photographs and Text by Petah Coyne

Richard Pousette-Dart
Photographs and Journal Entries

Chris Marker's Reality Bytes
by Jan-Christopher Horak

Once
Photographs and Stories by Wim Wenders

Peter Hay Halpert reviews John Deakin and Francis Bacon exhibitions in London

Nick Waplington reviews Fuck You Heroes by Glen E. Friedman

Mark Muro reviews the William Christenberry retrospective at the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson

"Helen Chadwick 1954–1996" by Mark Haworth-Booth

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