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Photography theory /

by Elkins, James [editor.].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: The art seminar: 2Publisher: New York : Routledge, c2007Description: x, 470 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780415977821 (hbk.); 9780415977838 (pbk.); 0415977827 (hbk.); 0415977835 (pbk.).Subject(s): Theorie | Ästhetik | Photographie | Photographie | Theorie | Fotografía -- Filosofía | Photographie -- Philosophie | Photography -- Philosophy | Fotografie | Theorievorming | Fotografie | Theorie | Ästhetik | Photography -- PhilosophyOnline resources: Publisher description | Table of contents | Table of contents | Table of contents | Publisher description
Partial contents:
1. Introduction. Theories of photography : a short history / Sabine T. Kriebel -- 2. Staring points. Conceptual limitations of our reflection on photography : the question of "Interdisciplinarity" / Jan Baetens -- After medium specificity chez Fried : Jeff Wall as a painter, Gerhard Richter as a photographer / Diarmuid Costello -- Following pieces : on perfformative photography / Margaret Iversen -- Time exposure and snapshot : the photograph as paradox / Thierry de Duve -- Introductory note / Rosalind Krauss -- 3. The art seminar. Jan Baetens, Diarmuid Costello, James Elkins, Jonathan Friday, Margaret Iversen, Sabine Kriebel, Margaret Olin, Graham Smith, Joel Snyder -- 4. Assessments. Michael Leja; Nancy Shawcross; Anne Collins Goodyear; Peggy Ann Kusnerz; Alan Cohen; Martin Lefebvre; David Green; Sharon Sliwinski; David Bate; Abigail Solomon-Godeau; Michael Frizot; Geoffrey Batchen; Johan Swinnen; Hilde Van Gelder; David Campany; Joanna Lowry; Carol Squiers; Patrick Maynard; Vivan Sundaram; Rosalind Krauss; Liz Wells; Beth E. Wilson; Martin Lister; Shepherd Steiner; Alan Trachtenberg; Victor Burgin; Joel Snyder -- 5. Afterwords. The trouble with photography / Anne McCauley -- Photographs and fossils / Walter Benn Michaels.
Summary: "Photography Theory" presents forty of the world's most active art historians and theorists, including Victor Burgin, Joel Snyder, Rosalind Krauss, Alan Trachtenberg, Geoffrey Batchen and Carol Squiers in animated debate on the nature of photography. List(s) this item appears in: Art History and Theory 2.1
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction. Theories of photography : a short history / Sabine T. Kriebel -- 2. Staring points. Conceptual limitations of our reflection on photography : the question of "Interdisciplinarity" / Jan Baetens -- After medium specificity chez Fried : Jeff Wall as a painter, Gerhard Richter as a photographer / Diarmuid Costello -- Following pieces : on perfformative photography / Margaret Iversen -- Time exposure and snapshot : the photograph as paradox / Thierry de Duve -- Introductory note / Rosalind Krauss -- 3. The art seminar. Jan Baetens, Diarmuid Costello, James Elkins, Jonathan Friday, Margaret Iversen, Sabine Kriebel, Margaret Olin, Graham Smith, Joel Snyder -- 4. Assessments. Michael Leja; Nancy Shawcross; Anne Collins Goodyear; Peggy Ann Kusnerz; Alan Cohen; Martin Lefebvre; David Green; Sharon Sliwinski; David Bate; Abigail Solomon-Godeau; Michael Frizot; Geoffrey Batchen; Johan Swinnen; Hilde Van Gelder; David Campany; Joanna Lowry; Carol Squiers; Patrick Maynard; Vivan Sundaram; Rosalind Krauss; Liz Wells; Beth E. Wilson; Martin Lister; Shepherd Steiner; Alan Trachtenberg; Victor Burgin; Joel Snyder -- 5. Afterwords. The trouble with photography / Anne McCauley -- Photographs and fossils / Walter Benn Michaels.

"Photography Theory" presents forty of the world's most active art historians and theorists, including Victor Burgin, Joel Snyder, Rosalind Krauss, Alan Trachtenberg, Geoffrey Batchen and Carol Squiers in animated debate on the nature of photography.

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