The fall issue of Aperture (issue 192) features:
• Invasion 68: Prague by Josef Koudelka
Melissa Harris talks with Koudelka about his documentation of the Soviet-led invasion of Prague.
• Walead Beshty: Piece By Piece
Jan Tumlir examines Beshty's protean engagement with photography.
• Leaving Kansas: A Look At Second Life
Fred Ritchin gives a tour of the Internet's alternative to reality, Second Life, through the photographs of Michael Schmelling.
• Framing the Presidency: The Evolution of the Campaign Image
Robert Hariman discusses how candidates have been depicted photographically over the past century.
• Re-Viewing Rear Window
David Campany considers the role of photography in Hitchcock's classic film.
• Claudia Angelmaier: Reproduction Art
A reflection on the age of mechanical reproduction in the work of art by Brian Dillon.
• Duane Michals: Chromophilia
Robert Kushner comments on a portfolio of Michals's most recent work in color.
• Hanatsubaki: Perfection is Lifeless
The long life of an adventurous Japanese magazine, by Jason Evans.
• Joel Sternfeld: Oxbow Archive
Gretel Ehrlich looks at Sternfeld's latest project in a meditation on seasonality in the age of climate change.
PLUS: Exhibition reviews from Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Paris, The Netherlands, and Switzerland.
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