Aperture 238

 Spring 2020

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12 x 9 1/4 inches 136 pages 9781597114837

Aperture Magazine
#238, Spring 2020


House & Home


How do homes serve as emblems of a moment, markers of the past, or articulations of future possibilities? The Spring 2020 issue of Aperture considers the meanings and forms of domestic spaces, and the relationships between architecture, design, and photography.


FRONT
Agenda: Exhibitions to See
Zanele Muholi, Vera Lutter, Umbo, Vivian Maier


Redux
Randy Kennedy on artists in advertisements

Backstory
Alistair O’Neill on photographs and book covers


Curriculum
By Rosalind Fox Solomon

BACK
Object Lessons
Brendan Embser on Frederick Kiesler’s Space House, 1933

WORDS
David Adjaye
In a world of brutal urbanism, can a home be a refuge?
A Conversation with Emmanuel Iduma

Frida Escobedo
Perforated concrete, overflowing images, and a “camera obscura” house
A Conversation with Alejandra González Romo

Minimal, Messy, or Melancholic?
In Japan, the myriad forms of longing for home
by Lena Fritsch

Interior Life
The inspired commissions for an irreverent shelter magazine
by Lou Stoppard

Annabelle Selldorf
Tranquility and precision in private homes and museums
A Conversation with Julian Rose

Domestic Comfort
Revisiting an iconic exhibition of family photographs
by Sara Knelman

Denise Scott Brown
Signs and symbols for living
A Conversation with Peter Barberie

PICTURES
Robert Adams
Introduction by Pico Iyer

Ed Panar
Introduction by David Campany

Alejandro Cartagena
Introduction by Yxta Maya Murray

Fumi Ishino
Introduction by Moeko Fujii

Seher Shah & Randhir Singh
Introduction by Olivia Laing

Mauro Restiffe
Introduction by Lauren Elkin

Ezra Stoller
Introduction by Mimi Zeiger


Lead funding for the “House & Home” issue of Aperture magazine is provided by the Henry Luce Foundation. Significant support for Aperture magazine is also provided by The Kanakia Foundation. Further generous support is provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.


Henry Luce Foundation and NYCCA Logos

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