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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

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:17 -0400)

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