Aperture Magazine Vol. 224 Fall 2016


Aperture Magazine Vol. 224 Fall 2016

  • Sounds -- Fall 2016 issue of Aperture magazine (Volume 224)

    Softcovered.  132 Pages.  Dimensions:  9.25" x 12"

    Used.  In fair condition -- cover and first 32 pages show signs of water damage, including rippling (see photos)


    The Sounds edition of Aperture magazine delves into the relationship between sound and image.  How have photographers drawn inspiration from music?  How have cultures of image making developed in tandem with music making?

    Whether capturing an intoxicating performance, or individuals lost in dance or caught in an ecstatic moment of listening, photographs give form to the ways sounds move us.

    This issue’s features include John Jeremiah Sullivan’s profile of William Eggleston and his long-standing passion for music, a conversation with Vancouver-based photo-conceptualist Stan Douglas, a remembrance of the legendary Malian photographer Malick Sidibé, Vinca Petersen’s look at underground rave culture in the 1990s, plus Vince Aletti on LP art, Kelefa Sanneh on Michael Schmelling, and contributions by Simon Baker, Geoff Dyer, Alicia Garza, Santu Mofokeng, Lucy Raven, Kastumi Watanabe, Kaelen Wilson-Goldie, Matthew S. Witkovsky, and more.


    Aperture magazine is an international quarterly journal specializing in photography. It is the flagship publication of Aperture Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation, intended to connect the photocommunity and its audiences with the most inspiring work, the sharpest ideas, and with each other. Aperture magazine describes itself as an essential guide to the art and phenomenon of photography.  Each issue focuses on a major theme in contemporary photography, serving as a book about its subject, for anyone interested in understanding where photography is heading.  With fresh perspectives on the medium by leading writers and thinkers, and beautifully designed and produced, Aperture magazine makes new ideas in photography accessible to the photographer, student, and the culturally curious alike.