Aperture 180

Fall 2005

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 80 pages 978-1-59711-003-7
Aperture Magazine, issue #180, Fall 2005.
Portfolios and Essays from Allan Gurganus and Joel Sternfeld, Godfrey Reggio and Carlo McCormick, Paolo Ventura and Francine Prose, Vince Aletti, Lise Sarfati and Charlotte Cotton, and Robert Adams.

Nags Head, North Carolina, June 1st, 1956, 73 Degrees
by Allan Gurganus, Photographs by Joel Sternfeld
Novelist Gurganus tells of a family trip to the salty beach-town. Previously unpublished photographs by Joel Sternfeld.

Godfrey Reggio's Fearful Symmetry
by Carlo McCormick
The director of Koyaanisqatsi links art and commerce.

Paolo Ventura's War Souvenirs
by Francine Prose
Ventura's reconstructions of scenes from WWII are hauntingly beautiful.

Show Stopper
by Vince Aletti
The latest installment of Aperture's ongoing series on photography in context.

Lise Sarfati: Recent Work
by Charlotte Cotton
Sarfati's latest series of portraits of American teenagers.

Photography and notes by Robert Adams
Adams documents the destruction of the forests in his home state of Oregon.

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