Aperture 195

Summer 2009

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 88 pages 978-1-59711-110-2
Aperture Magazine, issue #195, Summer 2009.
Portfolios and Essays from Edward Hopper, Jeffrey Fraenkel, and Robert Adams, Daniel and Geo Fuchs, Chris Boot, Maya Deren and Mark Alice Durant, Jason Evans, Mary Panzer, Suyeon Yun, Don McCullin and Fred Ritchin.

The Difference a Painter Makes: Edward Hopper and Photography
Notes by Jeffrey Fraenkel and Robert Adams
Hopper's vision and its indelible mark on photography.

Daniel and Geo Fuchs: In the Halls of the Stasi
The now-quiet former headquarters of the East German secret police.

Gay Men Play: Self-Representation, Sex, and Photography Now
by Chris Boot
Sexual identity explored through the medium of photography and on the Web.

Maya Deren: A Life Choreographed For Camera
by Mark Alice Durant
Little-known photographs by the acclaimed avant-garde filmmaker.

The Artist Formally Known as Fashion Photography
by Jason Evans
Genre-bending photographers who are producing inventive fashion work.

A Look at Look
by Mary Panzer
One of the twentieth century's great picture magazines, brought back to light.

Suyeon Yun: Homecoming
A selection from Yun's project on American veterans of current and past wars.

Don McCullin: Dark Landscapes,
Interview with Fred Ritchin
A photographer known for his unflinching visions of conflict and troubles discusses a long career.

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