Aperture 241 Winter 2020


ISBN13/Barcode: 9781597114868
This winter, in the wake of a pandemic, global protest movements, and a dramatic presidential election in the United States, Aperture releases “Utopia,” an issue that shows that other ways of living are possible—when the collective will exists.

In “Utopia,” artists, photographers, and writers envision a world without prisons, document visionary architecture, honor queer space and creativity, and dream of liberty through spiritual self-expression. They show us that utopia is not a far-fetched scheme, but rather a way of reshaping our future.

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Gregory Halpern, Jo Ractliffe, Companion Pieces, Street. Life. Photography.

Day Jobs
Lou Stoppard on Koto Bolofo and Europe’s fashion world of the 1980s

Rebecca Bengal on the making of Mary Ellen Mark’s The Book of Everything

Paul Graham on Garry Winogrand, green tea, and New York City

Five questions for the Family Acid

Love for a Common Way of Life
Tyler Mitchell’s vision of Black utopia
Salamishah Tillet

Dream Worlds: Five Reflections
–Utopia by Subtraction
Chris Jennings
–Occupy the Moment
Olivia Laing
Nicole R. Fleetwood
–Towering Ambitions
Steven S. Lee
–The Rot of Stars
Elvia Wilk

Spaceship Earth
What a new documentary reveals about Biosphere 2
Matt Wolf in Conversation with Julian Rose

Dreaming & Dwelling
The architecture that imagined a new society
Mimi Zeiger

Feminist Futures
The artists who find freedom in collage
Sara Knelman

Remains of the Day
Holding space in the Middle East, ten years after the Arab Spring
Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

The Future Will See You Now
The private worlds of Black desire
Antwaun Sargent

The Black Fantastic
Speculative visions of the African diaspora
Ekow Eshun

Calling in the Spirit
For Latinx photographers, a search for belonging
Kiara Cristina Ventura

David Benjamin Sherry
American Spirit
Yxta Maya Murray

Allen Frame
1981, NYC
Brendan Embser

Aikaterini Gegisian
The Suspended Real
Lauren Elkin

Gareth McConnell
Dream Meadows
Alistair O’Neill

Balarama Heller
Sacred Place
Pico Iyer

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Author N/A
Binding Magazine
Pages 148
Report Date N/A
Date Published 3 Dec 2020
Frequency Quarterly
ISBN13/Barcode 9781597114868
ISBN10 1597114863
Publisher Aperture Foundation

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