Aperture 182

Spring 2006

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 90 pages 978-1-59711-016-7
Aperture Magazine, issue #182, Spring 2006.
Portfolios and Essays from Deborah Willis, Keith Calhoun, and Chandra McCormick, Aaron Neville, Jen Davis and Rod Slemmons, Wilson A. Bentley and W. M. Hunt, Lynn Davis and Arthur C. Danto, Sol LeWitt, Vince Aletti, Elinor Carucci and Diana C. Stoll, Paolo Pellegrin and Scott Anderson.

Angola Bound
by Deborah Willis, Photographs by Keith Calhoun and Chandra McCormick, Verse by Aaron Neville
A look at life in Louisiana's Angola Prison.

Jen Davis: Body Image
by Rod Slemmons
Jen Davis's frank and poignant self-portraits pose a challenge to the standard photographic body type.

Snowman: The Photographs of Wilson A. Bentley
by W.M. Hunt
"Snowflake" Bentley's scientific photographs reveal the magic of the medium and provide proof that each of his subjects is truly unique.

Lynn Davis, Kant, and the Starry Heavens
by Arthur C. Danto
Lynn Davis's latest series focuses on the architecture of space programs, from Kazakhstan to Cape Canaveral.

Sol LeWitt: A Sphere Lit From the Top, Four Sides, and Their Combinations
Celebrated primarily for his sculptures, wall drawings, and site-specific projects, LeWitt takes a rare foray into photography.

Junior Bazaar
by Vince Aletti
In the latest installment of this series, Aletti looks at the electrifying design and photography in the pages of Junior Bazaar.

Elinor Carucci's Theatre of Intimacy
by Diana C. Stoll
In a bold body of work, Carucci explores her closest relationships: with her family, her husband, herself.

Paolo Pellegrin in Darfur
by Scott Anderson
Pellegrin's harrowing photographs picture the ongoing crisis in Darfur, so often ignored by the international communit.