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Aperture 217 Lit ARTBOOK

aperture 217 winter 2014

The young man at far left, with his back to the camera, is an iconic silhouette of the time, with pleasantly rumpled clothes and both shoes planted firmly on the pavement. This years winner, Amy Elkins, submitted two portfolios stemming from issues surrounding capital punishment. It is yet againanother different look at an authors view. Our goal is to inspire photographers of all levels who wish to improve their work, as well as readers inter-ested in deepening their understanding of the art of photography. This piece originally appeared in.

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Aperture 217 Lit ARTBOOK

aperture 217 winter 2014

Lavishly produced and highly accessible, The Open Road is the fi rst book to consider the photographic road trip as an important genre. Beautifully produced and collectible, this extraordinary object off ers an important historical document on present-day Afghanistan seen through its social, political, and environmental landscapes. Along the walls, above wainscoting, at about waist height, there is a very narrow, slightly indented shelf that, I am told, once held chalk. Winter 2014, issue 217: Lit. Critic Francis Hodgson writes that Olafs images lead us to a Stimmung sense of atmosphere , which is broad enough to repay many second readings of the pictures and so keep us viewers interested. Her most recent book is Under the Sign.

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Aperture magazine issue 217, Lit.

aperture 217 winter 2014

The road is a key motif in documentary photography, particularly in the United States, and our lead title The Open Road tells the romantic story of photographers and the American road, from Robert Franks The Americans to the present. The issue features an impressive line up of contemporary writers offering their views on photography, including Teju Cole, Tom McCarthy, Mary Gaitskill, Heidi Julavits, Geoff Dyer and Janet Malcolm, as well as Pulitzer Prize winning poets John Ashbury and Richard Howard, among many others. Of course, theres a lot more as well, including an issue of Aperture magazine guest- edited by fashion photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin; an exhibition of new photographs commissioned to respond to the ideas featured in The Photographers Playbook; the relaunch of Apertures classic Masters of Photography Series with new editions featuring Paul Strand and Dorothea Lange; our first book to result from an Instagram feed, Kathy Ryans Office Romance; and This Equals That, the founda-tions first book for children. It now supports my collection of poetry chapbooks and the occasional postcard portrait of writers: Proust, Samuel Beckett, and this startling one of Ludwig Wittgenstein, known as The Fellowship Photograph, taken by an unknown photographer. Here Is New York, Scalo, 2002.

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Reading : Aperture 217 Lit Winter 2014

aperture 217 winter 2014

Past award winners and full details are available at aperture. Initially presented as the History of Photography Series in 1976, the fi rst of twenty volumes featured Henri Cartier-Bresson and was edited by legendary French publisher Robert Delpire, who cofounded the series with Apertures own Michael Hoff man. Known for his open-minded, inventive, and insightful approach to teaching, White leaves a legacy that defines the workshop program at Aperture. Most workshops are held at Aperture Gallery and Bookstore, located in Chelsea, New York City. Not every mom is a world-class photographer with a predilection for photographing ani-mals, however, and its not every teenager who has portraits of herself with elephants, llamas, ponies, tigers, kangaroos, chimpanzees, and endless dogs, cats, and other animalsportraits that hang in the collections of major art museums around the world. Its like creating a fairy tale.

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Aperture magazine issue 217, Lit.

aperture 217 winter 2014

Shooting primarily with a large-format fi lm camera, then scanning and digitally editing the negatives, Liao creates enormous, detail-driven panoramas of the social and urban landscape of New York. I lived in Paris mostly from 1955 to 1965. The magazine's portfolio section presents new projects that use social media, data mapping, or collaboration to engage on current social-political themes. Courtesy Argos Films Ben Lerner Stills from Chris Marker, La Jetée, 1962. Most prisons and jails across the United States do not allow prisoners to have access to cameras. Gerritsen has produced a series of compelling, unexpected, documentary portraits, set against a visual landscape of bestsellers, classics, romance novels, detective thrillers, Bibles, and biographies. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1970 and a MacArthur Grant in 1996.

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Four Poets Discuss Their Favorite Photographs

aperture 217 winter 2014

Common Ground, McMullen Museum, Boston College, June, 2003. The prize categories are: First PhotoBook PhotoBook of the Year Introducing a new category: Photography Catalogue of the Year Short-listed titles from the 2013 PhotoBook Awards travel through November 2014 to the following venues: Copenhagen Photo Festival; PhotoIreland Festival, Dublin; Backlight Photo Festival, Tampere, Finland; FotoFocus Cincinnati 40 Exhibition Parting Words and Black is the Day, Black is the NightPhotographs by Amy Elkins, winner of the 2014 Aperture Portfolio Prize November 26, 2014January 29, 2015 The Aperture Portfolio Prize identifies trends in contemporary photography, as well as specific photographers whose work deserves a wider audience. The three people chatting around the sports car are almost crystallizations of Parisians of that now distant era. To download and get a free book or read online Aperture 217: Lit: Winter 2014 for free, please click the link buttom. The Lonely Ones, Ron Herman, Kobe, Japan, January, 2018.

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aperture 217 winter 2014

A Field Guide To The North American Family, G. Every artist who has gone on the road with a camera since the 1950sas the book showshas carried The Americans in their imagination. In these meticulously directed, window-framed versions of reality, Halaban allows the viewer to create his or her own fi ctions about the charac-ters, activities, and interiors illuminated within. An ode to the road as a place of discovery and freedom, and to the myth of America, it is also a tribute above all to Frank. Alongside regular columns such as What Matters Now? Chris Boot, executive director Stephen Shore, U. This is the premise of The Last Book, by Amsterdam-based photographer Reinier Gerritsen, who takes up the subject of books and their readers on New York Citys subways as proverbial canaries-in-the-coal-mine, indicators of the still-robust nature of public readership, in the face of its osten-sible decline. The book includes contributions by John Baldessari, Tina Barney, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Katy Grannan, Stephen Shore, Alec Soth, Tim Walker, and more.

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Aperture 214: Spring 2014 : Michael Famighetti : 9781597112802

aperture 217 winter 2014

I dont always know what Im going to nd. Tiny Vices, Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City, Mexico, July, 2007. . Amelia and the Animals is Robin Schwartzs second monograph featuring this collaborative photographic series. John Ashbery is the author of more than twenty volumes of poetry. Tiny Vices, Studio Bee, Tokyo, Japan, December, 2006. Weve also adopted the Open Road as a theme for our annual benefit, a party of photography, performance, and music, being staged at Manhattans Terminal 5.

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