Aperture 199

Summer 2010

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 88 pages 978-1-59711-149-2
Aperture Magazine, issue #199, Summer 2010.
Portfolios and Essays from Josef Koudelka, Mark Alice Durant, Kelly Poe and Susan Morgan, Richard Learoyd and Peggy Roalf, Stephen Dupont, Paul Graham and Aaron Schuman, OpenEnded Group and David Frankel, Diane Arbus and Robert Gober.

Piemonte: Koudelka
A selection of Josef Koudelka's recent photographs from northwestern Italy.

Photography and Performance
by Mark Alice Durant
A look at the reciprocal relationship between two artistic modes.

For the Wild: Photographs by Kelly Poe
by Susan Morgan
Photography, nature, politics, and correspondence are all engaged in Poe's dynamic practice.

Flesh and Bone: Unique Photographs by Richard Learoyd
Interview by Peggy Roalf
Elegant, large-format portraits made with a camera obscura.

Weapons Platoon: Portraits and Notes from a U.S. Marine Corps Base in Afghanistan
by Stephen Dupont
A collaboration with Marines stationed in one of Afghanistan's most volatile areas.

The Knight's Move: A Conversation with Paul Graham
by Aaron Schuman
A discussion of Graham's career and the importance of keeping the medium fresh.

OpenEnded Group: Artists Without Borders
by David Frankel
An innovative group of artists uses the latest technologies to expand the possibilities of image making.

Diane Arbus: Christ in a Lobby and Other Unknown or Almost-Known Photographs
Note by Robert Gober
The celebrated sculptor's selection of nine rarely seen Arbus images.