Aperture 162

Winter 2001

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 80 pages 0-89381-925-5
Aperture Magazine, issue #162, Summer 2001.
Portfolios and Essays from Sally Mann, Véronique Vienne and Philip Gefter, Nick Waplington, Richard Misrach and Jason Berry, Mary Walling Blackburn, David Levi Strauss and Leon Golub.

Jesse at Eighteen
Photographs by Sally Mann
Daughter, Model, Muse Jessie Mann on Being Photographed.

Page One
Interview by Véronique Vienne
A conversation with Philip Gefter, Picture Editor of the New York Times' Front Page.

by Nick Waplington
Private vs. public space.

Cancer Alley: The Poisoning of the American South
Photographs by Richard Misrach, Essay by Jason Berry
Lousiana's industrial corridor along the Mississippi River and the after effects of pollution.

Shooting Blind, Photographs by Seeing With Photography
Based on interviews by Mary Walling Blackburn
Photographs from Seeing With Photography, a New York-based collective of visually impaired photographers.

Where the Camera Cannot Go
Interview by David Levi Strauss
Leon Golub on the relation between painting and photography.

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