February 25, 2008 - Aperture Magazine - Issue 190 now available
February 25, 2008

Issue 190 now available

Issue 190 now available
Spring 2008 in Aperture

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The spring issue of Aperture (issue 190) features:

Colour Before Color
Martin Parr discusses six important but overlooked European practitioners of color photography.

The Shadow of the World: James Welling’s Cameraless and Abstract Photography
Abstraction and photograms have been a consistent part of Welling’s work. Noam M. Elcott traces these essential aspects.

From Ecstasy to Agony: The Fashion Shoot in Cinema
David Campany considers the portrayal of the fashion photographer in films, from Funny Face to Blow-Up.

JH Engström: Looking for Presence
Martin Jaeggi on this Swedish photographer’s enigmatic photographs.

Presence of Mind: The Photographs of Philip Jones Griffiths
Famed war photographer Griffiths discusses his shattering work in Vietnam and Cambodia.

Muzi Quawson: Pull Back the Shade
A selection of images from this emerging photographer’s debut series.

Of Other Times and Places
In the first of an ongoing series of articles, Fred Ritchin considers the “postphotographic” landscape.

In a Lonely Place
Gregory Crewdson reflects upon the films, paintings, and photographs from which he draws inspiration, and shows a few new works of his own.

PLUS: Exhibition reviews from New York, San Francisco, London, Paris, and China. Book reviews of new titles by Bob Richardson and Boris Mikhailov.

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