Aperture 175

Summer 2004

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 80 pages 1-931788-52-9
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Aperture Magazine, issue #175, Summer 2004.
Portfolios and Essays from Serge Enderlin, Serge Michel, and Paolo Woods, Elaine Reichek and David Frankel, Donna Ferrato and Claudia Glenn Dowling, Doug and Mike Starn, Frederick Kaufman, Rosemary Laing and Abigail Solomon-Godeau.


A Crude World
By Serge Enderlin, Serge Michel, and Paolo Woods
Photographs by Paolo Woods
A photographer's twelve-country odyssey in search of the secret life of the oil that makes the world go around.

Elaine Reichek: Stitchellated Pics
by David Frankel
From digitized images of paintings to hand-embroidered tapestries, Reichek's work synthesizes old and new technologies, and winds up transcending both.

Donna Ferrato on Libido Road
by Claudia Glenn Dowling
Over a span of twenty years, Ferrato has visited swingers' nightspots and boudoirs, with camera in hand, to document the lives of the polyamorous.

Elemental Vision: Matter, Paradox and Other Absorptions of Doug and Mike Starn
by Frederick Kaufman
The Starn's experiments with a replica of a nineteenth-century carbon-arc lamp result in a triumphant fusion of science, philosophy, and art.

The Unquiet Landscapes of Rosemary Laing
by Abigail Solomon-Godeau
In her latest series, Australian artist Laing reveals a land where both indigenous and non-indigenous peoples contend with a state of "unbelonging."

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