Aperture 234 Spring 2019


ISBN13/Barcode: 9781597114608

This issue of Aperture considers the natural world in the age of climate change, extreme weather, and dramatically politicized landscapes.


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Agenda: Exhibitions to See
Encore, John Goodman, By the Light of the Silvery Moon, Anne Collier

Lou Stoppard on Chuck Shacochis

Laura Guy on Jill Posener’s Spray It Loud, 1982

By Mark Steinmetz

Object Lessons
Toxic Times, Summer 1990

Editors’ Note: Earth

Lieko Shiga: Human Spring
A photographer’s encounter with natural disasters in Japan
By Amanda Maddox

Ecofeminist World Building
How can artists respond to a changing planet?
By Eva Díaz

Art in the Anthropocene
The aesthetic emergency of global warming
T. J. Demos in Conversation with Charlotte Cotton

Paradise & Dystopia
Landscape, politics, and the built environment
Thomas Struth in Conversation with Aaron Schuman

Notions of Land
Indigenous artists and the forms of visual sovereignty
By Wanda Nanibush

Carolyn Drake
Introduction by William Finnegan

Jochen Lempert
Introduction by Brian Sholis

Gideon Mendel
Introduction by Bronwyn Law-Viljoen

Thirza Schaap
Introduction by Sara Knelman

Bruno V. Roels
Introduction by Brian Dillon

Arguiñe Escandón & Yann Gross
Introduction by Emmanuel Iduma

Vasantha Yogananthan
Introduction by Aveek Sen

David Benjamin Sherry
Introduction by Bill McKibben

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Author N/A
Binding Magazine
Pages 128
Report Date N/A
Date Published 28 Feb 2019
Frequency No
ISBN13/Barcode 9781597114608
ISBN10 159711460X
Publisher Aperture Foundation

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