The spring issue of Aperture magazine #198, is now on newsstands.
Here are some of the features:
- Magnum colleagues Elliott Erwitt and Marc Riboud discuss each other’s work and where their philosophies on photography differ.
- Anders Petersen speaks with JH Engstrom about expanding beyond the spatial limitations of his earlier work and his method of photographing people.
- John Gossage transitions into color photography for his upcoming volume The Thirty-Two Inch Ruler/Map of Babylon, featuring photographs taken in Washington D.C.
- Paolo Pellegrin and Scott Anderson team up using pictures and words to tell stories about Iraqi refugees.
- Zoe Crosher’s collection of Michelle duBois’ self-portraits examines styles of documentation.
- Walid Raad‘s visual catalogue of Lebanon explores modes of interpreting and fabricating history.
- In New Trees, Robert Voit photographs cell phone towers to comment on how nature submits to the technological desires of people.
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