Then and Now: Aperture

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Aperture
n. 1 (1952) –  current

The editors’ note of a recent Aperture (n. 217) quotes the magazine’s first issue musing about the relative places of pictures and words. This isn’t the only way #1 and #217 seem to reference each other, despite being almost entirely different publications. It’s remarkable how much the photographic mainstay has developed. Read on for alternating glimpses of issues with 215 iterations between them.

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Posted on April 10, 2015, in Periodicals, Photography (Periodicals) and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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