Aperture 200 (Clare Strand Cover)

Fall 2010

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 80 pages 978-1-59711-409-7
Aperture Magazine, issue #200, Fall 2010.
Portfolios and Essays from Keith Calhoun, Chandra McCormick, and Deborah Willis, Max Blagg and Barney Kulok, Salvador Toscano, Pablo Ortiz Monasterio, and David M. J. Wood, Lucas Foglia, Martin Parr and Óscar Fernando Gómez, Clare Strand and David Campany, Mike Mandel and Aaron Schuman, Eric Fischl and E.L. Doctorow.

Heroes of the Storm: Five Years after Katrina
Photographed and reported by Keith Calhoun and Chandra McCormick, written by Deborah Willis
Portraits and stories of New Orleans's displaced residents.

In Visible Cities
by Max Blagg, photographs by Barney Kulok
Poet Max Blagg responds to Kulok's recent landscapes of Manhattan.

The Last Thirty Years of Mexico: A Film Compiled and Arranged by Salvador Toscano
by Pablo Ortiz Monasterio and David M. J. Wood
A rediscovered photographic index of a film reveals new interpretations of tumultuous periods in Mexican history.

Re-Wilding: Moving Off the Grid in America
by Lucas Foglia
Photographs and interviews with self-sustaining Americans.

Óscar and His Taxi by Martin Parr
Photographs by Óscar Fernando Gómez
Scenes from Monterrey, Mexico, as framed by a taxicab window.

Clare Strand: The Spot Marks the X
by David Campany
Traces and evidence in the cryptic work of an emerging photographer.

Mike Mandel: The Baseball-Photographer Trading Cards
by Aaron Schuman
A reconsideration of Mandel's playful 1974 riff on celebrity in the world of photography.

America: NowandHere
Organized and Curated by Eric Fischl, Essay by E.L. Doctorow
A selection of works from Fischl's upcoming traveling omnibus art show.