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On Feminism


The winter issue of Aperture, “On Feminism,” arrives at a moment when the power and influence women hold on the world stage is irrefutable, and the very idea of gender is central to conversations about equality across the country, and around the globe.

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    Aperture magazine 107, Mothers & Daughters Learn More
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    Aperture Magazine, issue #116, Fall 1989 Photostroika: New Soviet Photography This issue presents a surprisingly diverse range of recent work by significant Soviet photographers as they attempt to articulate visions appropriate to the radically changed circumstances they, and the Soviet Union, find themselves in. Whether the lyrical color street photography of Boris Savelev, the ironic handcolored images of Boris Mikhailov, the romantic black-and-white work of Lyalya Kuznetsova, or the dreamlike nudes of Peeter Laurits, these photographs indicate a new direction in the tangled history of Soviet art and life. TABLE OF CONTENTS Armed Only with a Camera: An Interview with Dmitri Baltermants Photographs by Dmitri Baltermants, Anatoly Garanin, and Georgi Zelma No More Heroic Tractors: Subverting the Legacy of Socialist Realism By Rosalinde Sartori Photographs by Boris Mikhailov, Roman Pyatkov, Alexis Titarenko, and Herkki-Erich Merila Boris Savelev’s “Photocartochi” Photographs by Boris Savelev Many Nations, Many Voices By Daniela Mrazkova Photographs by Alexandras Macijauskas, Romualdas Rakauskas, and Romualdas Pozerskis Lyalya Kuznetsova’s Scenes of Gypsy Life By Inge Morath Photographs by Lyalya Kuznetsova The Perestroika of Memory By Olga Andreyev Carlisle Photographs by A. Nikolaeva, Vitas Luckas, Natalya Chekomskaya, Rein Kotov, and Tonu Valge The Nude Unbound Photographs by Toomas Kaasik, Herkki-Erich Merila, Peeter Laurits, Roman Pyatkov, and Tonu Valge Dark Light Text and photographs by Peeter Linnap Up from Underground By Hannu Eerikainen Photographs by Igor Gavrilov, Elena Darikovich, Francisco Infante, Vyacheslav Koleichuk, Kalju Suur, and Vladimir Zotov People and Ideas Soviet Filmmakers: An interview with Leonid Gurevich, Hertz Frank, Sergei Muratov, and Nadezhda Khvorova By Nan Richardson Stopping Time: Vanishing Presence, at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Reviewed by Nancy Roth Between Two Worlds: Photems: Gerlovina/Berghash/Gerlovin, at the Art institute of Chicago Reviewed by James Yood Back to the Future: America Worked. The 1950s Photographs of Dan Weiner, by William A. Ewing Reviewed by Steve Dietz Learn More
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    Aperture Magazine, issue #117, Winter 1990 Josef Sudek Poet of Prague Outward Journey A Photographer’s Life Biographical Profile by Anna Farova This and the following issue of Aperture appear in conjunction with a retrospective of Sudek’s photography at the Philadelphia Museum of Art from March 3 through May 6, 1990. A contemporary pf Paul Strand, Edward Weston, and Man Ray, as well as of Robert Frank and Lee Friedlander, Sudek through his images provides an ongoing series of revelations, demonstrating that he belongs among these photographers, in the forefront of twentieth-century photography. “Outward Journey” examines the first half of Sudek’s extraordinary life, and introduces some of the lyrical photographic cycles—including the haunting, majestic studies of St. Vitus Cathedral—that earned him the title, “Poet of Prague.” Learn More
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