Aperture, 11:2, 1964

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Aperture, 11:2, 1964
Minor White (Editor) et al.
Aperture, Inc.
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Notes: Very Good, SCARCE, 4to or 8vo, 9 1/4" x 8." White paper wrappers with staple binding. Black lettering on front. No lettering on spine. Black-and-white printed photograph on front and spine. Covers have some rubbing, slight darkening to front and back, and slight surface chipping along spine, else clean and intact, binding tight. Pages have minuscule bumping to tips, else pristine and intact. Replete with black-and-white illustrations. SCARCE in the trade. Unpaginated, Pages 47-86, including illustrations. _Aperture 11:2_, one of the issues of _Aperature_ magazine published in 1964. Occasionally stated as being quarterly, this issue says the magazine is now published intermittently. This is a SCARCE, all-text issue with written works (mostly essays) by different authors. Among the features are Michael Gregory's review of Ansel Adams's retrospective exhibition at the de Young Museum, Minor White's essay about photographers and the American landscape, essays about the role of reviewers and critics, witty sayings about photography, and book reviews. _Aperature_ was founded in 1952 as a photography magazine. Photographer Minor White (1908-1976) was one of the magazine's founders and is the editor for this issue. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.