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Aperture – Magazine aperture 249 : reference

Aperture – Magazine aperture 249 : reference

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Editeur Aperture
Date de parution 2022
Langue Anglais
Type de reliure souple
Pages 136
ISBN : 9781597115278
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« Référence » tient compte du rôle que jouent les images dans la création d’autre chose. Que peut faire une photographie? Couvrant le design de mode, l’architecture, le cinéma et l’imprimé, les artistes présentés dans ce numéro empruntent et citent leur matériel source pour créer des œuvres transformatrices qui leur sont propres.



Joan Didion, Nan Goldin, Johan van der Keuken, John Waters

Lovia Gyarkye on Qiana Mestrich’s archive about Black women at work

Brian Sholis on Alfredo Jaar and the legacy of Life magazine

Yxta Maya Murray on Gordon Parks’s 1960s-era photographs of Stokely Carmichael

Sam Contis on Annie Ernaux, Ingrid Pollard, and the landscapes of the Chinati Foundation


Editors’ Note: Reference

Grace Wales Bonner: The Researcher
The influential designer on her artistic collaborations
A Conversation with Ekow Eshun

Between Art and Function
Do photographs have a purpose in the world? By David Campany

Under the Influence
Two architects create a novel form of collage by Mimi Zeiger

The Troublemakers
The oppositional energy of zines by Jesse Dorris

William Kentridge: The Excess of the Studio
For the celebrated artist, photographs have always been a reference
A Conversation with Jonathan Cane


Jojo Gronostay: The Repros
An artist’s clever reuse of the fashion image by Mikelle Street

Deborah Turbeville: A Passport to Fashion
From the renowned photographer, a revelatory photo-novella by Thessaly La Force

James Welling: Cento
Through color and process, the ancient world is seen anew by Kate Palmer Albers

Stephanie Syjuco: Latent Images
New stories emerge from institutional archives by Sara Knelman

Sheida Soleimani: Absolute Power
The political theater of the United Nations by Haleh Anvari

Katrien de Blauwer: True Stories
Personal history told through vintage ephemera by Coralie Kraft

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