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The photography cultures reader : representation, agency and identity / edited by Liz Wells
HerausgeberWells, Liz In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen In Wikipedia suchen nach Liz Wells
ErschienenLondon ; New York : Routledge, 2019
Umfangxxiii, 566 Seiten : Illustrationen
Includes bibliographical references and index
SchlagwörterPHOTOGRAPHY / General In Wikipedia suchen nach PHOTOGRAPHY / General / PHOTOGRAPHY / Criticism In Wikipedia suchen nach PHOTOGRAPHY / Criticism / Introduction to Photography In Wikipedia suchen nach Introduction to Photography / Photographies In Wikipedia suchen nach Photographies / Photography A Critical Introduction In Wikipedia suchen nach Photography A Critical Introduction / Photography and Culture In Wikipedia suchen nach Photography and Culture / Photography History In Wikipedia suchen nach Photography History / Photography Theory In Wikipedia suchen nach Photography Theory / The Photography Reader In Wikipedia suchen nach The Photography Reader
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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 editors 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.