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Recently Published “Required reading for everyone seriously interested in photography.” —Quentin Bajac, Chief Curator of Photography, MoMA, New York

On Feminism Arriving at a moment when gender is central to conversations about equality, On Feminism highlights how photography has shaped feminism as much as how feminism has shaped photography. This issue features a lively roundtable on modernist photographers between the wars, Nancy Princenthal on the 1970s feminist avant-garde, Eva Díaz on protest and visual politics, Laura Guy on lesbian erotica as critical rebellion, Eva Respini on abstraction, Renée Cox on black feminist icons, and contributions by Farah Al Qasimi, Jennifer Blessing, Zackary Drucker, Catherine Morris, Zanele Muholi, Yurie Nagashima, Elle Pérez, Laurie Simmons, Cosey Fanni Tutti, and Gillian Wearing, 52495 among others. Aperture 225: Winter 2016 ISBN 978-1-59711-367-0

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Queer Queer presents a dynamic mix of photographic work exploring questions of queer identity. Looking back, Hal Fischer discusses “Gay Semiotics” with Julia Bryan-Wilson, Sophie Hackett revisits Joan E. Biren’s “Dyke Show,” and Philip Gefter recalls his discovery of Sam Wagstaff’s never-before-seen photography and what it reveals about Wagstaff’s storied relationship with Robert Mapplethorpe. Queer also includes a conversation between Zanele Muholi and Deborah Willis, William J. Simmons on Jimmy DeSana, Lyle Ashton Harris’s projects addressing colonial history and homophobia in Ghana, as well as contributions by Vince Aletti, Ren Hang, K8 Hardy, Mark Morrisroe, Catherine 5 2Opie, 4 9 5 and David Benjamin Sherry. Aperture 218: Spring 2015 ISBN 978-1-59711-321-2

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