Aperture 177

Winter 2004

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 80 pages 978-1-93178-876-2
Aperture Magazine, issue #177, Winter 2004.
Portfolios and Essays from Jason Florio, David Hilliard and Bill Arning, Robert Doisenau and Carole Naggar, Elisabeth Biondi, Rinko Kawauchi and Charlotte Cotton, Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Susan Sontag, John Taylor.

This Is Libya
by Jason Florio
In Aperture's first commissioned photographic feature, Florio travels to Libya to document daily life on the streets of Tripoli and observes a wary intermingling of tradition and Western influence.

David Hilliard: Wide-Screen Tableaux
by Bill Arning
Hilliard's photographic polyptychs bring together autobiography and fiction to explore human identity.

Doisneau Noir
by Carole Naggar
Through intimate recollections, Naggar reflects on the life and work of this master French photographer, revealing aspects of his oeuvre that have been largely overlooked.

Eyes on a Fast World: The World Press Photo Contest 2004
by Elisabeth Biondi
Biondi offers a glimpse behind the scenes of the year's World Press Photo Awards, and discusses how digital technology is changing the rules of photojournalism.

Rinko Kawauchi: Utatane
by Charlotte Cotton
Rarely seen outside of Japan, Kawauchi's images of the minutiae of the everyday reveal that the sublime truly does reside in the ordinary.

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