Aperture 188

Fall 2007

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9 9/16 x 11 3/8 inches 88 pages 978-1-59711-402-8

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Aperture Magazine, issue #188, Fall 2007. Portfolios and Essays from Richard Avedon, Lee Friedlander, and Jeffrey Fraenkel, Mikhael Subotzky and Michael Godby, David Campany, Jonathan Torgovnik and Jeffrey Goldberg, Martin Parr and Michel Campeau, Jacqueline Hassinik and Francine Prose, Lisa Turvey and Shannon Ebner, Yoshiyuki Kohei and Araki Nobuyoshi.

Richard Avedon and Lee Friedlander: One Day In May
In May 2002 two titans of photography met to share a portrait session. Jeffrey Fraenkel discusses the resulting images.

Mikhael Subotzky: Inside South Africa's Prisons by Michael Godby
Subotzky has produced a varied and impressive body of work exploring the rarely seen workings of his country's prison system.

Photography and Cinematic Surface by David Campany
From Edward Weston to Simon Norfolk, a range of photographers have explored the levels of reality on the Hollywood movie set.

Israeli Reserve Soldiers by Jeffery Goldberg
Jonathan Torgovnik's portraits and accompanying interviews with soldiers reveal a range of perspectives among ordinary Israeli civilians fulfilling mandatory military duty.

The Darkroom, RIP by Martin Parr
As digital photography threatens to outmode traditional photographic practice, Michel Campeau captures the unique surfaces of these vestigial spaces.

Auto Erotic: Jacqueline Hassink's Car Girls by Francine Prose
Prose takes a look at Hassink's recent project on the women whose job is to lure buyers at auto shows across the globe.

Words Words Words by Lisa Turvey Shannon
Ebner's work explores language, landscape, and artifice through the medium of photography.

Down in the Park: Yoshiyuki Kohei's Nocturnes
Araki Nobuyoshi speaks with Yoshiyuki about his photographs, taken surreptitiously, of couples having sex in Tokyo's parks.

Read an extended interview and see more of Michael Subotzky's images from inside South Africa's prisons here.