For its 60th birthday, photography magazine Aperture got a glossy new facelift: bigger pages, more pages, better paper stock and a splashy new design by the award-winning London studio A2/SW/HK. Not all the changes were cosmetic, though. The new publication includes an impressive lineup of interviews, features and essays for all generations of art and culture lovers. Photographer Philip-Lorca diCorcia, for instance, offers an insightful look at one of his big influences: mid-20th century street photographer Garry Winogrand — who, it so happens, has a major show opening this Saturday at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
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