Aperture 176

Fall 2004

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 80 pages 978-1-93178-875-5
Aperture Magazine, issue #176, Fall 2004.
Portfolios and Essays from Hellen van Meene and Andrew Hiller, Gary Schneider and Lynne Tillman, Elsa Schiaparelli and Francine Prose, Judy Grayson, Tim Davis, Nan Goldin and Phyllis Thompson Reid.

Hellen van Meene: Portraits
by Andrew Hiller
Dutch photographer van Meene creates formally striking portraits that go beyond candor to evoke the deeper essence of adolescent identity.

Counting Light
Photographs by Gary Schneider, Interview by Lynne Tillman
Schneider and Tillman discuss the unusual use of science and art in rendering luminous portraits and other images.

Elsa Schiaparelli: Le Shocking!
by Francine Prose
Prose discovers that the great fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli borrowed liverally from the Surrealists of her day.

Blind Killers: Landmines in the Landscape
by Judy GraysonIn Afghanistan
Grayson visits a field that is being slowly cleared by deminers, who take their lives in their hands every day.

Control Screening
by Tim Davis
Photographer Davis puts an ironic twist on invasive security measures. He reveals how ordinary airport baggage x-ray images take on an unimagined beauty.

Nan Goldin: Dark Diary
by Phyliss Thomspon Reid
In her newest work, Goldin continues her personal exploration of love, corporality, loss, and fulfillment.

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