Aperture 160 - Summer 2000
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In this, the second issue of the new Aperture, the dynamic format of the magazine is employed to explore the different ways in which our right to see is mediated.
Issue 160 includes a striking collection of images selected from the Perpignan festival of photojournalism, a discussion among members of the photographic community on W. Eugene Smith’s controversial Minamata photograph, Lyle Rexer on Chuck Close’s daguerreotypes, Roselee Goldberg on Laurie Anderson’s rhythmic eye, Edward Leffingwell on Michael Tracy’s rites of passage, Bert Teunissen’s domestic landscapes and more.
Portfolios and Essays from Jean-Francois Leroy and Diana C. Stoll, W. Eugene Smith and Michael L. Sand, Barbara Ehrenreich, Michael Tracy and Edward Leffingwell, Bert Teunissen, Chuck Close and Lyle Rexer, and Charles Bowden.
Photographs by: Letizia Battaglia, Chuck Close, Eikoh Hosoe, Mary Ellen Mark, Eugene Richards, Lise Sarfati, and Andy Warhol
Format: Paperback / softback
Number of pages: 80
Publication date: 2001-12-31
Measurements: 9.6 x 11.4 x 0.28 inches