Aperture 171

Summer 2003

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 80 pages 978-1-93178-817-5
Aperture Magazine, issue #171, Summer 2003.
Portfolios and Essays from Larry Towell, Vince Aletti and Andrea Modica, Robert Farris Thompson and Adriana Groisman, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Diana C. Stoll, and Fred Ritchin.

Images from No Man's Land: Larry Towell in Jenin
Magnum photographer Towell offers a sensitive and humane view of the people of the Jenin refugee camp in the wake of the 2002 Israeli military operation.

Wild Thing: Andrea Modica's Florida Landscapes
by Vince Aletti
Modica presents her poetic vision of the unexpected wilderness found in suburban and parkland Florida.

Moving with an Arm Around Life: Notes on Tango
by Robert Farris Thompson, Photographs by Adriana Groisman
Exploring tango on its native turf has been a long-term project for Argentinean photographer Groisman. In this issue, Aperture offers a selection of her sensuous, motion filled photographs that dramatically capture the heat of this seductive dance.

Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Grace of Intuition
Interview by Diana C. Stoll
Aperture presents rarely seen work by master photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson on the occasion of a major retrospective of his work at the Bibliothéque Nationale in Paris.

1968: The Unbearable Relevance of Photography
by Fred Ritchin
On the 35th anniversary of 1968, a definitive moment in our cultural, political and social history, Aperture presents a selection of iconic images of the period by some of the great photojournalists of the time.

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