Issue: 19610101

Sunday, January 1, 1961
1961
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Monday, June 1, 2015
8/26/2015 7:13:16 PM

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APERTURE
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tableOfContents
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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masthead
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aperture
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Aperture_19610101_1961_033_0003.xml
article
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FOR REAL For real
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Friends, point cameras and hands to left to right Hands left apples what is reality miles of rope IBM facts people pushed over railings Hands Right crystal balls what is Reality intangible intestines horoscope murderous arrows of the eye reeling
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article
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CReDO
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Jonathan Williams
I do dig Everything Swinging (thinking as I do: ah, art is frozen Zen)
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article
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BLACK AND WHITE ARE THE COLORS OF ROBERT FRANK
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Edna Bennett
"Who is Robert Frank? What are his photographs?” The questions come in over a transom of silence—Before me, a collection of his photographs. In me, a deposit of words collected during an interview. Memory stirs the years—first impact of his photographs—this man knows the ways of light.
Aperture_19610101_1961_033_0006.xml
article
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When Sometimes Portfolio
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Walter Chapell
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BOOK REVIEW
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NATHAN LYONS
To celebrate its bicentenary the firm of J. R. Geigy S. A. sponsored the exhibition FORM IN ART AND NATURE. The book stems from this exhibition held at the Kunsthalle in Basel, Switzerland in 1958. It was organized by Arnold Rudlinger, Curator of the Kunsthalle, under the direction of Gottfried Honegger, a member of the staff at Geigy, in collaboration with Professor Robert Schenk.
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EXHIBITION REVIEW
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MINOR WHITE
with deep respect After a lapse of well over a decade the Museum of Modern Art presented, this Spring, 1961, its fifth major oneman exhibition, Edward Steichen: The Photographer. Walker Evans, Paul Strand, Edward Weston, Henri Cartier-Bresson preceded, the last, according to press releases, in 1946.
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WORKSHOPS
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NATHAN LYONS October 1961 through May 1962 Rochester, New York THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MUTUAL EXPERIENCE SITUATION FOR THE EXPLORATION OF VISION. THE ARTICULATION OF SPACE IS A PRIMARY CONSIDERATION; WORKING WITH AND WITHOUT THE CAMERA, TOWARD ADVANCED STUDIES IN VISUAL COMMUNICATION.
Aperture_19610101_1961_033_0010.xml
article
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PORTFOLIOS OF ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS
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philip hyde / PORTFOLIO 1 NATURE IS THE THEME AND PASSION OF PHILIP HYDE. IN THIS PORTFOLIO HE PRESENTS SIXTEEN LANDSCAPES AND NATURAL DETAILS FROM WIDELY SCATTERED, LITTLE TOURIST TRAMPLED, LOCATIONS IN THE WESTERN MOUNTAINS. BOX 220 / TAYLORSVILLE, CALIFORNIA.
Aperture_19610101_1961_033_0011.xml
advertisement
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Advertisement
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Back Cover
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