Aperture 198

Spring 2010

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 88 pages 978-1-59711-148-5
Aperture Magazine, issue #198, Spring 2010.
Portfolios and Essays from Elliott Erwitt, Marc Riboud, Amanda Hopkinson, Zoe Crosher, Michelle Dubois, Jan Tumlir, Anders Petersen, JH Engström, Robert Voit, Mary Panzer, John Gossage, Gerry Badger, Walid Raad, Alan Gilbert, Scott Anderson, and Paolo Pellegrin.

Head to Head: A Conversation with Elliott Erwitt & Marc Riboud
by Amanda Hopkinson
Two titans of photography meet, spar, reminisce, and work out the medium's kinks.

Femme Fatale: Zoe Crosher's Reconsidered Archive of Michelle duBois
by Jan Tumlir
A life of self-invention and role-playing, told through personal photographs.

Anders Petersen: Finding a Fever
Interview with JH Engström
The Swedish photographer discusses a long career creating disquieting images.

Robert Voit: New Trees
The nature of our future: phony—and telephony—trees.

On Holiday
by Mary Panzer
How one of the great illustrated magazines urged postwar America to see the wider world.

John Gossage: The Thirty-Two Inch Ruler/Map of Babylon
by Gerry Badger
A selection from Gossage's recent foray into color photography.

Walid Raad (Re)invents the Archive
by Alan Gilbert
An overview of Raad's projects that draw on both personal history and conceptual practice.

The Iraqi Diasporaz
Notes by Scott Anderson, Photographs by Paolo Pellegrin
Stories and photographs of Iraqis displaced by the war.

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