In issue 200 of Aperture magazine, the English critic David Campany considers the dynamic work of British photographer Clare Strand; poet Max Blagg discusses Barney Kulok's latest project and writer Aaron Schuman revisits Mike Mandel's photo-baseball card project from the 1970s. Other features include portfolios of emerging photographers and a series on New Orleans's Lower Ninth Ward, five years after Katrina. Author Michael Lesy contributes a media watch piece, and exhibition reviews include La Subversion des Images: Surrealism, Photography and Film; Where Three Dreams Cross: 150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh; Street Seen: The Psychological Gesture in American Photography, 1940-1959; and international photography festivals in Lianzhou, China and Bamako, Mali, among others. The issue is available in two covers, one by Cindy Sherman, the other by Clare Strand.
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