Issue: 19650303

Wednesday, March 3, 1965
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APERTURE
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APERTURE
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A. Hyatt Mayor, Curator of Prints The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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A Hyatt Mayor
A good photograph cuts the veil of misunderstanding, prejudice, and pettiness and gives us a glimpse of the truth underlying outer appearance. The good photographer is the one who is able to grasp the world in its multitude and use his skill to convey the insight necessary to understand our selves and our time.
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Never the perfect photograph, never feeling forced into ideal design—
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Leo Manso
It is the emphatic moment, the unique identity—her shutter clicks, catching forever that moment of revealed personality. This is the character of Dena's work. This poet needs no metres, no rhymeimpelled from within to sing she creates her own expressive form.
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THE DOROTHEA LANGE RETROSPECTIVE THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK
Rhode Island School of Design
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John Benson
Documentary photography as a mode apart from "creative" photography is a convenient but deceptive category. The Dorothea Lange Retrospective Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art is, for this viewer, proof of the failure of these categories to describe what happens in a photograph which is worthy of being looked at with continued interest and contemplation.
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BOOK REVIEWS
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VISION-VALUE Series
Braziller, New York, 1965
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MINOR WHITE
The first three books (on education of vision, on structure, and on motion) in a series of six edited by Gyorgy Kepes have now been published. Dedicated "to the search for values common to our contemporary scientific, technological and artistic achievements," these surveys, the first two of which are reviewed here, are recommended to photographers because they bring together many statements concerning the relations between art, science and man; and they examine at length the present "crisis in communication, due to the fragmentation of experience and the dispersion of knowledge into many self-contained disciplines, each with its own ever-growing, increasingly private language."
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BOOK REVIEWS
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A DIALOGUE WITH SOLITUDE
The Community Press, Culpepper, Virginia, 1965
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LINDA KNOX
Dave Heath's book A Dialogue With Solitude opens with Yeats' brilliant poem “The Second Coming" and then continues with several photographic examples of the anarchy that Yeats envisions being loosed in the universe—an over-grown thicket, crumbling walls, a fissured sidewalk.
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C. J. Bucher Ltd.
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C. J. Bucher Ltd.
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A NIKON PHOTO
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A LEICA PHOTOGRAPH
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Back Cover
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