Aperture 202

Spring 2011

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 80 pages 978-1-59711-185-0
Aperture Magazine, issue #202, Spring 2011.
Portfolios and Essays from Geraldo De Barros and Fernando Castro, Greil Marcus, Luisa Lambri and Susan Morgan, Camille Silvy and Mark Haworth-Booth, Mary Panzer, Yann Gross, Sara VanDerBeek and Brain Sholis, Hannah Arendt, Garry Winogrand and Ulrich Baer, Collier Schorr and Vince Aletti.

Geraldo De Barros: Fotoformas
by Fernando Castro
Abstractions by a Brazilian proponent of Concrete Art.

The Night Has A Thousand Eyes: Red Road and Look
by Greil Marcus
Two films take surveillance as their subject and form.

A Form of Recollection: The Architectural Interiors of Luisa Lambri
by Susan Morgan
Minimalist images of modernist interiors.

Photographer of Modern Life: Camille Silvy
by Mark Haworth-Booth
A nineteenth-century precursor of contemporary photographic sensibilities.

The Meaning of the Twentieth-Century Press Archive
by Mary Panzer
Recent sales of important archives raise the question of the cultural value of photographs as objects.

Lavina: Photographs
by Yann Gross
Planned avalanches in the alps.

Sara VanDerBeek: Compositions
by Brian Sholis
Photography, the trace, and history.

The Less-Settled Space: Civil Rights, Hannah Arendt, and Garry Winogrand
by Ulrich Baer
How the influential political philosopher may have misread iconic images.

Collier Schorr: Both Sides Now
by Vince Aletti
Schorr's diverse work plays with art, fashion, and gender.