The summer issue of Aperture magazine #199, is now on newsstands.
Here are some of the features:
Artist Robert Gober’s selection of Diane Arbus’ lesser-known images, which he considers to have had an impact on his own work.
New panoramic iamges by Josef Koudelka, taken in northwestern Italy.
Photographer Paul Graham and writer/curator Aaron Schuman discuss Graham’s sequencing and point of view.
An examination of the OpenEnded Group’s use of technology, movement, and light.
A look at the reciprocal relationship between photography and performance, including images by Melanie Bonajo, William Lamson, and Lilly McElroy.
Richard Learoyd, who makes images with a camera obscura, is interviewed by Peggy Roalf about his influences and process of working.
Environmentalist and photographer Kelly Poe documents landscapes inspired by letters from incarcerated ‘eco-terrorists’.
Stephen Dupont’s collaboration with U.S. Marines combines his photographs with notes written by his subjects, answering the question “Why are you a Marine?”
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