Left cover image: Cindy Sherman. Right cover image: Clare Strand.
Celebrating issue 200 with two dynamic covers, one from acclaimed photographer Cindy Sherman and the other from emerging artist Clare Strand!
Issue 200 includes:
Commemorating the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, photographers and long-time New Orleans residents Keith Calhoun and Chandra McCormick reveal the remnants of the tragic loss as well as the current uplifting communal spirit in the city.
Recently discovered film stills from Salvador Toscano’s 1950 documentary about the 1920–17 Mexican Revolution, reveal new insight into the everyday citizen’s experience during the greatest social and political upheaval of the time.
Lucas Foglia sheds light on the unique lifestyles of Americans who detach themselves from mainstream society.
Martin Parr introduces Óscar Fernando Gómez‘s photographs of Monterrey, Mexico, framed and taken through the window of his taxi cab.
E.L. Doctorow talks to Eric Fischl about Fischl’s traveling exhibition of post 9/11 work by some of the most well-known artists working today, including Chuck Close, Nan Goldin, Catherine Opie, and many more. A portfolio of the exhibition images is available for purchase here.
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