Aperture 164

Summer 2001

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 80 pages 978-0-89381-960-6
Aperture Magazine, issue #164, Summer 2001.
Portfolios and Essays from Eliot Porter and Rebecca Solnit, Peter and Barbara Moore, Miguel Rio Branco, Danny Lyon, Donna DeCesare and Peggy Roalf.

A Heightened Perception: The Color of Wildness
Photographs by Eliot Porter, Essay by Rebecca Solnit
Solnit on Porter as pioneer in color photography and environmental propagandist.

Now Playing in Another World
Photographs by Peter Moore, Words by Barbara Moore
Peter Moore's photographs and Barbara Moore's writing reveal the adventurous, often subversive spirit of the avant garde.

Still Life
by Miguel Rio Branco
Miguel Rio Branco's provocative visual poem, Still Life.

"Such Damnable Ghastliness": A Visit to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
by Danny Lyon
Lyon's personal reflections on the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Deadly Traffic: Salvadoran Street Gangs
Photographs by Donna DeCesare, Interview by Peggy Roalf
DeCesare on the street gangs of El Salvador, L.A.'s export to Central America.

2001: A Beach Odyssey
Visions of summer in poetry and images.

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