Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs, from the article The Artist Formerly Known as Fashion Photography
The Summer 2009 issue of Aperture, #195, is now on sale. Featuring a diverse and compelling array of images and writing from artists around the world, highlights include:
- The Difference A Painter Makes: Edward Hopper and Photography, notes by Jeffrey Fraenkel and Robert Adams on Hopper’s vision and its mark on photography.
- Daniel and Geo Fuchs: In the Halls of the Stasi, by Matthias Harder. A look at the now-quiet former headquarters of the East German secret police.
- Gay Men Play: Self-Representation, Sex, and Photography Now, by Chris Boot. Sexual identity explored through the medium of photography and on the Web.
- Maya Deren: A Life Choreographed for Camera, by Mark Alice Durant. Little-known photographs by the acclaimed avant-garde filmmaker.
- The Artist Formerly Known as Fashion Photography, by Jason Evans. Genre-bending photographers who are producing inventive fashion work.
- A Look at Look, by Mary Panzer. One of the twentieth century’s great picture magazines, brought back to light.
- Suyeon Yun: Homecoming. A selection from Yun’s project on American veterans of current and past wars.
- Don McCullin: Dark Landscapes, interview with Fred Ritchin. A photographer known for his unflinching visions of conflict and troubles discusses a long career.
And, coming soon to Exposures: video interviews with Don McCullin.
Click here to get a subscription and your own copy of this fabulous issue.