Aperture 164

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Aperture Foundation, Nov 1, 2001 - Photography - 79 pages
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Aperture 164
Summer 2001
A Heightened Perception: The Color of Wildness
- Rebecca Solnit on Eliot Porter as pioneer in color photography and environmental propagandist
Now Playing in Another World
- Peter Moore's photographs and Barbara Moore's writing reveal the adventurous, often subversive spirit of the avant garde.
Still Life
- Miguel Rio Branco's provocative "Still Life," a visual poem
"Such Damnable Ghastliness"
- Danny Lyon's personal reflections on the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Deadly Traffic: Salvadoran Street Gangs
- Donna DeCesare on the street gangs of El Salvador, L.A.'s export to Central America
2001: A Beach Odyssey
- Visions of summer in poetry and images
- Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami's views of the infinite in films and stills, by Minna Proctor
Photographers:
Domenica Bucalo, Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bruce Davidson, Donna DeCesare, Elliott Erwitt, Barbara Ess, Zhuang Huang, Peter Moore, Mariko Mori, Eliot Porter, Matthieu Ricard, Miguel Rio Branco, Sandy Skoglund, Nick Waplington

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Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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