Theory & Criticism
Writing On Photography: Volume 1 by Darren Campion20 x 12.5 x 0.75 cm €12.00 Add to cart
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The Thames & Hudson Dictionary of Photography : Nathalie Herschdorfer
Edited by Nathalie Herschdorfer is a curator, writer, and art historian specializing in the history of photography. She is Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Le Locle, Switzerland, and was previously a curator at the Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland. She has produced internationally touring exhibitions for the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography, including Coming into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast.
on Composition and Improvisation by Larry Fink
Larry Fink (born in Brooklyn, 1941) has been a professor at Yale University School of Art; Cooper Union School of Art and Architecture; Parsons the New School for Design; and Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Currently, he is a tenured professor of photography at Bard College. His work has been widely exhibited in the United States, including solo exhibitions at Light Gallery, New York; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge; Museum of Modern Art, New York; and San
Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Imitation of Christ by William E. Jones
William E. Jones is an artist and filmmaker born in Ohio and now living and working in Los Angeles. He has made two feature length experimental films, Massillon (1991) and Finished (1997), the documentary Is It Really So Strange? (2004), videos including The Fall of Communism as Seen in Gay Pornography (1998) and many installations. His work has been the subject of retrospectives at Tate Modern (2005), Anthology Film Archives (2010), the Austrian Film Museum and Oberhausen Short Film Festival (both 2011). His group shows include the 1993 and 2008 Whitney Biennials, the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009), and “Untitled (Death by Gun)” at the 12th Istanbul Biennial (2011). He has published the following books: Is It Really So Strange? (2006), Tearoom (2008), Selections from The Anatomy of Melancholy by Robert Burton (2008), Heliogabalus (2009), “Killed”: Rejected Images of the Farm Security Administration (2010), andHalsted Plays Himself (2011).
The Photograph as Contemporary Art: Charlotte Cotton
In the 21st century photography has come of age as a contemporary art form. Nearly two centuries after photographic technology was first invented, the art world has fully embraced it as a legitimate medium, equal in status to painting and sculpture. This book provides an introduction to contemporary art-photography, identifying its most important features and themes and celebrating its exciting pluralism through an overview of its most important and innovative practitioners. The work of nearly 250 photographers is reproduced, from established artists such as Isa Genzken, Jeff Wall, Sophie Calle, Thomas Demand, Nan Goldin, and Sherrie Levine to emerging talents such Walead Beshty, Jason Evans, Lucas Blalock, Sara VanDerBeek, and Viviane Sassen.
This new edition brings the story of contemporary art photography up to date with a revised introduction outlining the evolution of photography from documentary tool to art form, and an updated final chapter focusing on the younger generation of artists who emphasize the technical and material properties of photography, employ it as part of a wider pan-media practice, or respond to evolving new modes of dissemination in the digital age.
Street Photography Now: Sophie Howarth & Stephen McLaren
Four thought-provoking essays and a global conversation between leading street photographers explore the compelling and often controversial issues in the genre. A select bibliography and a resource section for aspiring street photographers complete the book.
Collect Contemporary Photography: Jocelyn Phillips
Where does one begin when looking to start a collection of contemporary photography? How can one identify prints of enduring appeal and value in a global scene with more artists working in it than ever before? Collect Contemporary: Photography aims to provide those who are looking to start their own collection with guidance on practical matters, including where to buy according to your budget as well as information about different photographic techniques and media, and how to properly store prints.
Photography a Critical Introduction: Liz Wells
Surveying the spectrum of photography from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, Photography: A Critical Introduction is the first book to examine key debates in photographic theory and place them in their proper social and political contexts. While most histories of photography invariably focus on the works of the “great photographers,” this book is written especially to provide a coherent introduction to the nature of photographic seeing and its personal and cultural significance through history.