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Aperture 2002 Fall 50th Anniversary Part I
Aperture 8:1 1960: Alfred Stieglitz by Dorothy Norman8.1
Frederick Sommer: 1939-1962 Photographs, Aperture Volume 10, Number 4: by Sommer Frederick10.4
APERTURE 14:1 LIGHT7 by Minor White14.1
Aperture 15 : 2 by Aperture15.2
Be-ing without clothes by Minor White15.3
Aperture 16:1 by Aperture16.1
Aperture 16:3 by Minor White16.3
Octave of Prayer by Minor White17.1
APERTURE 17: 2 by Aperture17.2
Aperture No. 77 by Minor White77
Aperture 7878
Aperture 79 by Aperture79
Minor White: Rites and Passages by Minor White80
APERTURE - Number Eighty-One ( 81 ) by Aperture81
Aperture 82 by Aperture82
Aperture 83/84 by August Sander83/84
Aperture 85 by Michael E. Hoffman85
Aperture 86 by Aperture86
Aperture 87 (Aperture Magazine) 1981. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, John Grimes and more. by Michael E. Hoffman87
Aperture 88 (Fine Photography Series) by Raymond Depardon88
Aperture #89 by Raymond Depardon89
Aperture #90 by Aperture90
Aperture 91 by Aperture91
Aperture #92 (Fine Photography Series) by Marketa Luskacovas92
Aperture: Issue 93 (Aperture; No. 93 (Winter)) by Mark Holborn93
Aperture 94 by Carol Kismaric94
Aperture Ninety-Six : Fall 1984 by Carole Kismaric96
Aperture 97 by Bill Burke97
Aperture 98 (Aperture Magazine) by Mark Holborn98
Bill Brandt, behind the camera : photographs, 1928-1983 by Bill Brandt99
Aperture 100, the Edge of Illusion (Aperture Periodical No 100) by Aperture Foundation100
Aperture 101: The Human Street by Aperture Foundation101
Aperture: Black Sun : The Eyes of Four, No 102 by Eikoh Hosoe102
Aperture 103: Fiction and Metaphor by Kenneth Rush103
Alvin Langdon Coburn: Symbolist Photographer (Aperture Monograph) by Mike Weaver104
Aperture 105: The Dream of India by Linda Conner105
Aperture: Technology and Transformation, 106/Spring 1987 (Aperture,) by Larry Frascella106
Mothers and Daughters: An Exploration in Photographs by Tillie Olsen107
Aperture 108 Witness to Crisis by Mark Holborn108
Aperture, 109: Latin American Photography by Charles L. Dodson109
Aperture 110: The Return of the Hero by Aperture110
Aperture 111: Swimmers by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff111
Aperture 112: The Storyteller by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff112
Aperture 113: British Photography : Towards a Bigger Picture by Mark Haworth-Booth113
Aperture 114: Self and Shadow by Aperture114
Aperture 115: New Southern Photography : Between Myth and Reality, Summer 1989 by Charles Hagen115
Aperture 116116
Josef Sudek: Poet of Prague by Anna Faroua117/118
Aperture 118 (Spring, 1990) by Charles Hagen118
Aperture 119 by Wendy Ewald119
Aperture 120: Beyond Wilderness by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff120
The Body in Question (Aperture) by Melissa Harris121
Aperture 122: The Idealizing Vision : The Art of Fashion Photography by William Ewing122
Between Past and Future: New German Photography (Aperture Periodical No 123) by Thomas Florsheutz123
Connoisseurs and Collectors (Aperture Issue 124) by Aperture Foundation124
Aperture 125: The Encompassing Eye : Photography As a Drawing (Aperture) by Rebecca Busselle125
Haiti: Feeding the Spirit by Aperture126
Aperture, Issue 127: Our Town (Aperture Magazine) by Dorothy Norman127
Aperture 128: Martin Munkacsi by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff128
Fortieth Anniversary Issue: Aperture Issue 129 by Aperture129
Aperture: Explorations : 10 Portfolios (Aperture 130) by Melissa Harris130
Albert Renger-Patzsch: Joy Before the Object (Aperture, No 131) by Donald Kuspit131
Aperture 132: Immagini Italiane by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff132
Aperture: On Location With : Annie Leibovitz, Lorna Simpson, Susan Meiselas, Cindy Sherman, Adam Fuss, Joel-Peter Witkin by Aperture133
Ireland: A Troubled Mirror (Aperture) by Paul Mulsoon134
Aperture 136 Summer 1994 (From Dada to Digital: Montage in the Twentieth Century) by Aperture136
Aperture 136: Metamorphoses: Photography in the Electronic Age (Aperture Magazine) by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff136
David Wojnarowicz: Brush Fires in the Social Landscape by David Wojnarowicz137
Aperture - On Location With: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Graciela Iturbide, Barbara Kruger, Sally Mann, Andres Serrano, Clarissa Sligh by Aperture138
Strong Hearts: Native American Visions and Voices by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff139
Aperture 140: Cuba Image and Imagination by Aperture141
Aperture 142: France: New Visions (Aperture Magazine) by Aperture142
Aperture 143: Everything That Lives, Eats by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff143
Aperture 144: Shared Lives: The Communal Spirit Today (Aperture) by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff144
Surface and Illusion: Ten Portfolios (Aperture) by Edward Munch145
Aperture 146: On Location III by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff146
Manuel Alvarez Bravo: Photographs and Memories (Aperture) by Manuel Alvarez Bravo147
Aperture 148: Delirium by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff148
Aperture 149: Dark Days: Mystery, Murder, Mayhem by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff149
Aperture 150: Moments of Grace: Spirit in the American Landscape by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff150
Photographers on Photographers (Aperture) by Helen Levitt151
Aperture 152: Crossing Borders, Contemporary Czech & Slovak Photography by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff152
Aperture 153: Rio de Luz (Issue 153) by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff153
Aperture 154: Explorations: Nine Portfolios (Aperture Magazine) by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff154
Aperture 155: Optical Allusions: New Perspectives in Spanish Photography (Aperture Vol. 155) by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff155
APERTURE 156: Male and Female by Aperture156
Aperture 157: Steps in Space: A Special Millennium Issue by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff157
Photography and Time (Aperture, 158) by Aperture Books158
Aperture 159: The New Aperture by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff159
Aperture 160 (Aperture) by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff160
Specimens and Marvels: William Henry Fox Talbot and the Invention of Photography by William Henry Fox Talbot161
Aperture 162 (No 162) by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff162
Aperture 163 (A Black Horse Western) by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff163
Aperture 164 by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff164
Aperture 165 by Aperture Foundation165
Aperture: Spring 2002 by Inc. Aperture Foundation166
Aperture 50th Anniversary 1952-2002 by Aperture Foundation167
Aperture 169169
Aperture 169: Winter 2002 50th Anniversary by Melissa Harris169
Aperture 170 by Not Available170
Aperture, No. 171 by Melissa Harris171
Aperture 172172
Aperture 2003 Fall172
Aperture No. 173, Winter 2003173
Aperture 2004 Spring174
Aperture 176176
Aperture 177 Winter 2004177
Aperture 178 - Spring 2005178
Aperture 179, Summer 2005 by Editor179
Aperture 180: Fall 2005 by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff180
Aperture 181 - Winter 2005 by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff181
Aperture Spring 2006 (Issue 182, Danto, Davis, Kant, Angola Prison) by Aperture182
Aperture Fall 2006 (Issue 184, Edgar Martins, Rebecca Solint, Neil Selkirk, Afghan Opium Trade) by Aperture184
Aperture 186, spring 2007 by Minor White186
Aperture 187: Summer 2007 by Aperture187
Aperture 188 by Aperture188
Aperture 189 Winter 2007 by Editor189
Aperture Spring 2008 No. 190 (No. 190) by Melissa Harris190
Aperture 191 Summer 2008 by Aperture Foundation Inc. Staff191
APERTURE 192 (Fall 2008) by Melissa [Ed.] Harri192
Aperture 195: Summer 2009 by Melissa Harris195
Aperture Magazine 196: Fall 2009 by Melissa Harris196
Aperture 197: Winter 2009 by Melissa Harris197
Aperture 198: Spring 2010 by Melissa Harris198
Aperture 200 Fall 2010 by Melissa Harris200
Aperture, 201, Winter 2010 by Aperture201

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