Aperture 207

Summer 2012

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 88 pages 9781597112055
Aperture Magazine, issue #207, Summer 2012.
Portfolios and Essays from Martin Parr, Carole Naggar on Jean Depara, Daniel Naudé, Sylvia Plachy, Francine Prose on Judy Linn, Jason Fulford and Aaron Schuman, Stephanie Sinclair, Melissa Harris on Robert Delpire, and Fred Ritchin on Henri Cartier-Bresson.

Up and Down Peachtree
by Martin Parr
Atlanta, seen through the eyes of the master of color and wit.

Jean Depara: Night and Day in Kinshasa
by Carole Naggar
Portraits and documentation of life in the Congo from the 1950s to the 1970s.

Daniel Naudé: Animals
Wild fauna in the South African landscape.

Mimosas, Mint Juleps, and Fillies
by Sylvia Plachy
Fleeting moments at the Kentucky Derby and at a nearby cemetery.

The Unblinking Judy Linn
by Francine Prose
Patti Smith, Robert Mapplethorpe, and other amazing creatures.

Jason Fulford: The Mushroom Collector
Interview by Aaron Schuman
The inventive photographer discusses his genre-defying project.

Innocence Forfeited
Photographs and text by Stephanie Sinclair
A look at harsh circumstances faced by women and girls around the world.

The Intuitionist: Robert Delpire
Interview by Melissa Harris
A candid conversation with the legendary French publisher.

Plus, Light Fades: Fred Ritchin on Henri Cartier-Bresson

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