I don’t believe a history of contemporary photography can be written without acknowledging the role Aperture played in shaping that history. It played a significant role in my life, too – publishing my first book, Uncommon Places. I feel a great debt of gratitude to Michael Hoffman, Tim Hill, and Carole Kismaric for making the book happen.
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