Aperture 181

Winter 2005

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 84 pages 978-1-59711-015-0
Aperture Magazine, issue #181, Winter 2005.
Portfolios and Essays from Mary Ellen Mark and Martin Bell, Alfredo Jaar and Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Elena Dorfman and Susan Morgan, Esteban Pastorino Diaz and Fernando Castro, Alex Webb, William Eggleston.

Tiny to Erin: Photographs by Mary Ellen Mark
Mary Ellen Mark and Martin Bell speak with Tiny, the subject of their seminal project Streetwise, twenty years later.

Lament of the Images: Alfredo Jaar and the Ethics of Representation
by Abigail Solomon-Godeau
In her incisive discussion of Jaar's work, Solomon-Godeau addresses the artist's use of photographs—both seen and unseen.

Elena Dorfman: Still Lovers
by Susan Morgan
Dorfman photographs people living and making friends with life-size dolls.

Esteban Pastorino Diaz: A View From Somewhere
by Fernando Castro
An improviser, Diaz pushes the limits of how to make a photograph, using multiple means to picture the world from multiple views.

Istanbul: Portfolio by Alex Webb
Continuing his focus on borderlands, Alex Webb turns his lens toward Istanbul, a dynamic city that bridges the West with the Middle East.

William Eggleston: Las Pozas
With his latest body of work, shot in Las Pozas, Mexico, Eggleston captures surrealist architecture with his signature color and style.

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