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Aperture Magazine, issue #186, Spring 2007.
Portfolios and Essays from Pieter Hugo and Brownyn Law-Viljoen, Jay DeFeo and Anne Wilkes Tucker, Thomas Holton and Bonnie Yochelson, Clare Richardson, David Spero, and Jason Oddy, Mark Haworth-Booth and Lee Miller, Takashi Yasumura, Jessica Lange and Mary Ellen Mark, Stephen Shore and Luc Sante.
Pieter Hugo: The Critical Zone of Engagement
by Bronwyn Law-Viljoen
South African photographer Pieter Hugo's images of judges, entertainers, workers, and albinos play upon the delimitations of the portraiture genre.
When a Plant is Not a Plant: The Botanical Photographs of Jay DeFeo
by Anne Wilkes Tucker
Known primarily for her work in other media, DeFeo was also a daring and innovative photographer.
Thomas Holton: The Lams of Ludlow St.
by Bonnie Yochelson
Since 2003, Thomas Holton has been photographing the Lams, an immigrant family in New York's Chinatown.
Clare Richardson and David Spero: Promised Lands
by Jason Oddy
Richardson and Spero separately turn their cameras to communal "arcadias" in the United States and Britain.
On the Art of Lee Miller
by Mark Haworth-Booth
Booth revisits the work of this groundbreaking Surrealist photographer.
Takashi Yasumura: Domestic Scandals
Yasumura explores the uncanny domestic realm of his parents' home in Japan's Shiga prefecture.
Jessica Lange: Portfolio
by Mary Ellen Mark
Mark introduces the photographic work of actress Jessica Lange.
Stephen Shore and Luc Sante The Nature of Photographs
Writer Luc Sante discusses the nature of photographs with this pioneer of American color photography.