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The Photography Cultures Reader Representation, Agency and Identity




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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Editore:

Routledge

Pubblicazione: 03/2019
Edizione: 1° edizione





Note Editore

The Photography Cultures Reader: Representation, Agency and Identity engages with contemporary debates surrounding photographic cultures and practices from a variety of perspectives, providing insight and analysis for students and practitioners. With over 100 images included, the diverse essays in this collection explore key topics, such as: conflict and reportage; politics of race and gender; the family album; fashion, tourism and surveillance; art and archives; social media and the networked image. The collection brings together essays by leading experts, scholars and photographers, including Geoffrey Batchen, Elizabeth Edwards, Stuart Hall, bell hooks, Martha Langford, Lucy R.Lippard, Fred Ritchin, Allan Sekula and Val Williams. The depth and scope of this collection is testament to the cultural significance of photography and photographic study, with each themed section featuring an editor’s introduction that sets the ideas and debates in context. Along with its companion volume – The Photography Reader: History and Theory – this is the most comprehensive introduction to photography and photographic criticism. Includes essays by: Jan Avgikos, Ariella Azoulay, David A. Bailey, Roland Barthes, Geoffrey Batchen, David Bate, Gail Baylis, Karin E. Becker, John Berger, Lily Cho, Jane Collins, Douglas Crimp, Thierry de Duve, Karen de Perthuis, George Dimock, Sarah Edge, Elizabeth Edwards, Francis Frascina, André Gunthert, Stuart Hall, Elizabeth Hoak-Doering, Patricia Holland, bell hooks, Yasmin Ibrahim, Liam Kennedy, Annette Kuhn, Martha Langford, Ulrich Lehmann, Lucy R. Lippard, Catherine Lutz,Roberta McGrath, Lev Manovich, Rosy Martin, Mette Mortensen, Fred Ritchin, Daniel Rubinstein, Allan Sekula, Sharon Sliwinski, Katrina Sluis, Jo Spence, Carol Squiers, Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert, Ariadne van de Ven, Liz Wells, Val Williams, Judith Williamson, Louise Wolthers andEthan Zuckerman.




Sommario

General Introduction PART ONE The Photographic Gaze Introduction 1 Roberta McGrath Re-Reading Edward Weston: Feminism, Photography and Psychoanalysis (1987) 2 Jan Avgikos Cindy Sherman: Burning the House Down (1993) 3 Sarah Edge and Gail Baylis Photographing Children: The Works of Tierney Gearon and Sally Mann (2004) 4 Lucy R. Lippard Doubletake: The Diary of a Relationship with an Image (1996) 5 Catherine Lutz and Jane Collins The Photograph as an Intersection of Gazes: The example of National Geographic (1990-94) 6 Ariadne Van de Ven The Eyes of the Street Look Back: In Kolkata with a Camera Around My Neck (2011) 7 Theopasti Stylianou-Lambert Tourists with Cameras (2012) 8 Louise Wolthers Surveilling Bodies: Photography as Control, Critique and Concern (2015) Part Two Reportage – Image as Agent Introduction 9 John Berger Photographs of Agony (1980) 10 Fred Ritchin Of Them, and Us (2014) 11 Francis Frascina Face to Face: Resistance, Melancholy and Representations of Atrocities (2011) 12 Liam Kennedy Framing Compassion (2012) 13 Sharon Sliwinski On Photographic Violence (2009) 14 Ariella Azoulay The Ethic of the Spectator: The Citizenry of Photography (2005) 15 Elizabeth Hoak-Doering A Photo in a Photo: The Optics, Politics and Powers of Hand-held Portraits in Claims for Justice and Solidarity (2015) 16 André Gunthert Digital Imaging Goes to War: The Abu Ghraib Photographs (2008) 17 Ethan Zuckerman Curating Participation (2014) 18 Mette Mortensen When Citizen Photojournalism Sets the News Agenda (2011) Part Three Image and Identity Introduction 19 David A. Bailey and Stuart Hall The Vertigo of Displacement (1990) 20 Rosy Martin and Jo Spence Photo-Therapy: Psychic Realism as a Healing Art? 21 George Dimock The Negro As He Really Is (2013) 22 bell hooks In Our Glory: Photography and Black Life (1995) 23 Annette Kuhn Photography and Cultural Memory: a Methodological Exploration (2007) 24 Lily Cho Citizenship, Diaspora and the Bonds of Affect: The Passport Photograph (2009) Part Four Snapshot Culture and Social Media Introduction 25 Pat Holland ‘Introduction’ in Family Snaps 26 Martha Langford Strange Bedfellows: Appropriations of the Vernacular by Photographic Artists (2008) 27 Geoffrey Batchen Observing by Watching: Joachim Schmid and the Art of Exchange (2013) 28 Lev Manovich Watching the World (2014) 29 Daniel Rubenstein and Katrina Sluis A Life More Photographic: Mapping the Networked Image (2008) Part Five Medium and Meditations Introduction 30 Roland Barthes Ornamental Cuisine The New Citroën 31 Judith Williamson Tiffany (2014/2015) Porsche Panamera (2016) Microsoft Cloud (2016) 32 Yasmin Ibrahim The Pornography of Food Imaging: The Aesthetics of Capturing Food Online 33 Karin E. Becker Photojournalism and the Tabloid Press (1992) 34 Carol Squiers Class Struggle: The Invention of Paparazzi Photography and the Death of Diana, Princess of Wales (1999) 35 Karen de Perthuis The Synthetic Ideal: The Fashion Model and Photographic Manipulation (2005) 36 Ulrich Lehmann Chic Clicks: Creativity and Commerce (2002) 37 Val Williams A Heady Relationship: Fashion Photography and the Museum, 1979 to the Present (2008) Part Six Contexts: Art, Archives, Education Introduction 38 Douglas Crimp The Museum’s Old, the Library’s New Subject (1993) 39 Thierry Du Duve Art in the Face of Radical Evil (2007) 40 Allan Sekula Reading Between Labour and Capital (1986) 41 Elizabeth Edwards Photographs: Material Form and the Dynamic Archive (2011) 42 Liz Wells Words and Pictures: On Reviewing Photography 43 David Bate Art, Education, Photography (1997)




Autore

Liz Wells, curator and writer, is Professor in Photographic Culture, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Plymouth, UK. She edited Photography: A Critical Introduction (2015, 5th ed.) and co-edits photographies, Routledge journals. Publications on landscape include Land Matters, Landscape Photography, Culture and Identity (2011). She is series editor for Photography, Place, Environment.




Note Libraio

The Photography Cultures Reader: Representation, Agency and Identity engages with contemporary debates surrounding photographic cultures and practices from a variety of perspectives, providing insight and analysis for students and practitioners.

With over 100 images included, the diverse essays in this collection explore key topics, such as: conflict and reportage; politics of race and gender; the family album; fashion, tourism and surveillance; art and archives; social media and the networked image. The collection brings together essays by leading experts, scholars and photographers, including Geoffrey Batchen, Elizabeth Edwards, Stuart Hall, bell hooks, Martha Langford, Lucy R. Lippard, Fred Ritchin, Allan Sekula and Val Williams. The depth and scope of this collection is testament to the cultural significance of photography and photographic study, with each themed section featuring an editor’s introduction that sets the ideas and debates in context.

Along with its companion volume – The Photography Reader: History and Theory – this is the most comprehensive introduction to photography and photographic criticism.

Includes essays by: Jan Avgikos, Ariella Azoulay, David A. Bailey, Roland Barthes, Geoffrey Batchen, David Bate, Gail Baylis, Karin E. Becker, John Berger, Lily Cho, Jane Collins, Douglas Crimp, Thierry de Duve, Karen de Perthuis, George Dimock, Sarah Edge, Elizabeth Edwards, Francis Frascina, André Gunthert, Stuart Hall, Elizabeth Hoak-Doering, Patricia Holland, bell hooks, Yasmin Ibrahim, Liam Kennedy, Annette Kuhn, Martha Langford, Ulrich Lehmann, Lucy R. Lippard, Catherine Lutz, Roberta McGrath, Lev Manovich, Rosy Martin, Mette Mortensen, Fred Ritchin, Daniel Rubinstein, Allan Sekula, Sharon Sliwinski, Katrina Sluis, Jo Spence, Carol Squiers, Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert, Ariadne van de Ven, Liz Wells, Val Williams, Judith Williamson, Louise Wolthers and Ethan Zuckerman.







Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9780415749206

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 9.75 x 6.75 in
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 566
Pagine Romane: xxiv






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