The summer issue of Aperture Magazine brings you the most relevant artistic innovations as well as scholarship, concerned with the field of photography. Photo shoots include Stephen Gill’s “Coexistence”: an eerie exploration of forms, and Martin Lange’s “Machina”: a look at the aesthetics of complicated machinery. In “Photograms for the New Age”, Thomas Ruff reinvents the photogram by working with 3-D software and large scale, and Lisa Oppenheim’s “Elemental Process” is a different perspective on outer space photography. Also in this issue, Kelley Wilder discusses color theory, David Company talks about alien landscapes, and Jennifer Tucker explores the idea of the “First Glimpse”. Stay up to date with the art of contemporary photography by picking up this latest issue of Aperture Magazine, available now.