Aperture 194

Spring 2009

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 88 pages 978-1-59711-109-6
Aperture Magazine, issue #194, Spring 2009.
Portfolios and Essays from Sally Mann, Jiang Jian, and Vicki Goldberg, Anthony Downey, Jonathan Torgovnik, Pertti Kekarainen, and Lyle Rexer, Dan Eldon, Candy Jernigan, and Jessica Helfand, William van der Weyde, and Michael Lesy, Lise Sarfati and Sandra S. Phillips.

Sally Mann: Untitled
A selection from Mann's latest family-focused project: intimate photographs of her husband Larry.

Jiang Jian: Memory and History
by Vicki Goldberg
Chinese photographer Jiang's work highlights life in his native Henan Province.

Thresholds of a Coming Community: Photography and Human Rights
by Anthony Downey
Downey discusses photographs that explore the stateless condition of the dispossessed.

Intended Consequences: Rwandan Children Born of Rape
by Jonathan Torgovnik
Stories of horror, survival, and motherhood after Rwanda's 1994 genocide.

Pertti Kekarainen: The Sensation of Seeing
by Lyle Rexer
A look at the Finnish photographer's unsettling and playful near-abstract images.

Look Close: The Scrapbooks of Dan Eldon and Candy Jernigan
by Jessica Helfand
Helfand explores the inventive scrapbooks of two artists who died tragically young.

William van der Weyde and the American Morality Play
by Michael Lesy
An introduction to the curious work of this little-known early-twentieth-century photographer.

Lise Sarfati: She
by Sandra S. Phillips
A selection from Sarfati's latest body of work, focused on the complex relations among four women.

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