Aperture 237

 Winter 2019

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Aperture Magazine
#237, Winter 2019


Spirituality



Wolfgang Tillmans guest edits Aperture’s “Spirituality” issue, which features contributions by artists, scientists, and writers who examine the different ways photography has been used to represent humanity’s longing for spiritual connection and solidarity.


FRONT
Agenda: Exhibitions to See
Gauri Gill, Dawoud Bey, Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, Because the Night


Backstory
Lucy Gallun on Tosh Matsumoto


Viewfinder
Sean L. Malin on John Pilson’s Trumpian Collages


Curriculum
By Roe Ethridge


BACK
Object Lessons
Freedom Rally, 1962


WORDS
What is Spirituality?
Can we live intelligently if we are bound by beliefs?
By Jiddu Krishnamurti


Spirituality Is Solidarity
A philosopher and an artist grapple with ideas of faith and freedom
Wolfgang Tillmans and Martin Hägglund in Conversation


Looking for Transcendence
Photography’s quest to portray the ineffable
By David Campany


Seeing the Unseeable
How scientists made the first-ever image of a black hole
Peter Gailson in Conversation with Elizabeth Kessler


The Darkness and the Light
Santu Mofokeng’s vision of ritual and landscape in South Africa
By Sean O’Toole



PICTURES
Minor White
Introduction by Ian Bourland


Susan Hiller
Introduction by Lynne Tillman


Wolfgang Tillmans
Project: Are photographs words?


Dave Swindells
Introduction by Sheryl Garratt


Protest: A Portfolio
Introduction by Siddhartha Mitter


Solidarity Is Spirituality
A Conversation between Mary Manning and Olivia Laing


Mare Nero
Introduction by Haleh Anvari


Harit Srikhao
Introduction by Chanon Kenji Praepipatmongkol



Generous support for the “Spirituality” issue of Aperture magazine is provided by the MurthyNAYAK Foundation. 


Significant support for Aperture magazine is provided by The Kanakia Foundation. Further generous support is provided, in part, by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.



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