Aperture 196

Fall 2009

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 88 pages 978-1-59711-111-9
Aperture Magazine, issue #196, Fall 2009.
Portfolios and Essays from William Klein and Alessandra Mauro, Gerald Slota and Neil LaBute, Mark Alice Durant, Rob Hornstra, Luc Sante, William Eggleston, Sally Gall and Phillip Lopate, Debbie Fleming Caffery and Mary-Charlotte Domandi.

Rome & Klein
by Alessandra Mauro
William Klein's 1956 portrait of the Eternal City and its ragazzi.

Because the Darkness Feeds My Soul
Photographs by Gerald Slota, Words by Neil LaBute
Chilling scenarios from the imaginations of a photographer and a playwright.

Notes on Photography and Monumentality
by Mark Alice Durant
A discussion of the monument's important role in photography.

Rob Hornstra: 101 Billionaires
A look at Russia's peripheral regions, untouched by the country's new prosperity.

Folk Photograhy: The American Real-Photo Postcard
by Luc Sante
Sante's investigation into the early-twentieth-century photographic postcard.

William Eggleston's Drawings
by Melissa Harris
A portfolio of Eggleston's little-known and intensely vibrant drawings.

Sally Gall: Crawl
by Phillip Lopate
Gall's new color work brings the world of insects into sharp focus.

Debbie Fleming Caffery: Stories and Histories
by Mary-Charlotte Domandi
A photographer documents the beauties and challenges of life in her native Louisiana.