Aperture 197

Winter 2009

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 88 pages 978-1-59711-112-6
Aperture Magazine, issue #197, Winter 2009.
Portfolios and Essays from Carrie Mae Weems, Raymond Cauchetier and Richard Brody, Anthony Downey, Andrew Moore, Robert Adams and Joshua Chuang, Maira Kalman and Francine Prose, Nick Knight and Diane Smyth, Nan Goldin and Greil Marcus.

Carrie Mae Weems: History and Dreams
by A.M. Weaver
Weems's work with photography explores the undercurrents of power.

Raymond Cauchetier & The French New Wave
by Richard Brody
Behind the scenes with Godard, Truffaut, and other auteurs of cinema.

Children of the Revolution: Contemporary Iranian Photography
by Anthony Downey
A look at recent photography from Iran, three decades after the revolution.

Urban Archaeology
Photographs and commentary by Andrew Moore
The surreal decay of the American city.

Robert Adams: Summer Nights, Walking
Interview with Joshua Chuang
Adams discusses picture editing, the goals of art, and his classic series of nocturnes.

The World According to Maira: Maira Kalman's Recent Observations
by Francine Prose
The celebrated illustrator plays with photographs in her colorful body of work.

Nick Knight: Showman
Interview with Diane Smyth
One of fashion photography's innovators considers his career and process.

Songs Left Out of Nan Goldin's Ballad of Sexual Dependency
by Greil Marcus
Marcus on the sound track of Goldin's seminal slide show.

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