• Aperture #248


Aperture #248

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Aperture, based in New York City, is an international quarterly journal specializing in photography. Founded in 1952, Aperture magazine is the flagship publication of the Aperture Foundation.

The summer issue explores the dimensions and possibilities of dreams, journeys, and chance in photography. It has been guest-edited by the acclaimed photographer Alec Soth. 

In this issue:

  • Agenda - Maurice Broomfield, Speaking with Light, Martine Syms, Sibylle Bergemann 
  • Collecting - Casey Quackenbush on Mikki Ferril’s 1970’s era visions of Black joy.
  • Viewfinder - Evan Moffitt on Wolfgang Tillman’s career retrospective.
  • Editor’s Note: Aperture’s 70th Anniversary
  • Seven Writers on Seven Decades

New York, USA; 235 x 305mm; 160 pages; Fall 2022

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