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Cristina Garc A Rodero

Author : Cristina García Rodero
ISBN : 8492498021
Genre : Photography
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Foreword by Julio Llamazares.
Category: Photography

Cristina Garc A Rodero Lalibela

Author : Cristina García Rodero
ISBN : 8417048197
Genre : Lalibela (Ethiopia)
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Magnum photographer Cristina García Rodero (born 1949) presents the black-and-white images she took in the 11th-century Ethiopian city of Lalibela, a World Heritage site and an important pilgrimage city for the Coptic Christians of Ethiopia.
Category: Lalibela (Ethiopia)

Festivals Rituals Of Spain

Author : Cristina García Rodero
ISBN : UCSC:32106016665611
Genre : Social Science
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The Spanish take their celebrations - fiestas - seriously, whether putting on another self for Carnival or proving one's mettle in the face of bulls. This book reveals the public and private Spain meeting in the fiesta, along with centuries old rituals of pagan origin and solemn religious rites.
Category: Social Science

Old World New World

Author : Paz Errázuriz
ISBN : OCLC:170886126
Genre : Photography
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Category: Photography

The Moderns

Author : Paul Julian Smith
ISBN : 0198160003
Genre : Art
File Size : 84.5 MB
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This book offers a radically new account of the rich and varied culture of contemporary Spain. It focuses on three intellectuals who chronicle contemporary life (including journalist Francisco Umbral); three filmmakers who engage with the many nationalisms of the Spanish state (Victor Erice,Bigas Luna, and Julio Medem); and three crucial topics that are expressed in many media (the replaying of history, the rise and fall of the city, and the practice of everyday life). Ranging from the ethnographic photography of Cristina Garcia Rodero to the high tech architecture of SantiagoCalatrava and from the hyperrealist painting of Antonio Lopez to the neo-flamenco dance of Joaquin Cortes, this book is also the first to draw on theorists of the intellectual field, the production of space, and the arts of bricolage (Pierre Bourdieu, Henri Lefebvre, and Michel de Certeau). Refutingthe charge that contemporary Spanish culture is trivial or superficial, this book argues that it is fully engaged in the aesthetic and historical project of modernity.
Category: Art

The Travel Photo Essay

Author : Mark Edward Harris
ISBN : 9781315514994
Genre : Photography
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Successful travel photographers have to wear more hats than perhaps any other photographic genre. In a single travel photo essay they are at times architectural photographers, food photographers, music photographers, car photographers – the list encompassing every possible type of photography. The Travel Photo Essay teaches the reader the necessary techniques to create cohesive professional travel stories, using images that go far beyond "I was here" photographs. From the establishing shots to the equipment list, this book discusses the techniques and concepts necessary to create professional looking images in various genres, including portrait photography, landscape photography, wildlife photography, food photography, documentary photography, sports photography and more. Covering issues such as lighting, writing, workflow and the travel photography market, award-winning photographer and writer Mark Edward Harris explains how to marry photos with words, telling a cohesive story through a series of photographs.
Category: Photography

Art Fab

Author : Anne Zweibaum
ISBN : UVA:X030035775
Genre : Art, European
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La muestra pretende ofrecer un panorama de la creación artística en la Europa actual, reuniendo artistas procedentes de contextos culturales muy diferentes entre sí que exponen la idea de vida colectiva, de cohabitación y de intercambio en el seno de la nión Europea. Está localizada en cuatro emplazamientos de la villa de Sain-Tropez: la Citadelle y el Musée de l'Annonciade acogen esculturas e instalaciones realizadas por artistas europeos -hombres y mujeres- cuyas formas evocan la fragilidad, la transparencia, el deseo, la protección, la gracia, el placer, manifestaciones de lo eterno femenino; el Lavoir Vasserot, lugar de encuentro cotidiano de los lenceros a lo largo de los siglos, ha inspirado a Yves Savourin para presentar los trabajos de mujeres artistas que utilizan la técnica de los bordados de antaño en la creación de formas contemporáneas; la Salle Despas alberga exclusivamente obras de mujeres artistas del siglo XXI: instalaciones, videos, esculturas, pinturas, obras sobre papel y fotografías.
Category: Art, European

Documentary Photography Reconsidered

Author : Michelle Bogre
ISBN : 9781000211368
Genre : Photography
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Documentary photography is undergoing an unprecedented transformation as it adapts to the impact of digital technology, social media and new distribution methods. In this book, photographer and educator Michelle Bogre contextualizes these changes by offering a historical, theoretical and practical perspective on documentary photography from its inception to the present day. Documentary Photography Reconsidered is structured around key concepts, such as the photograph as witness, as evidence, as memory, as narrative and as a vehicle for activism and social change. Chapters include in-depth interviews with some of the world's leading contemporary practitioners, demonstrating the wide variety of different working styles, techniques and topics available to new photographers entering the field. Every key concept is illustrated with work from a range of innovative, influential and often under-represented photographers, giving a flavor of the depth and range of projects from the history of this global art form. There are also creative projects designed to spark ideas and build skills, to help you conceive, develop and produce your own meaningful documentary projects. The book is supported by a companion website, which includes in-depth video interviews with featured practitioners.
Category: Photography


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ISBN : UCSC:32106020980154
Genre : Art
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Abstracts of journal articles, books, essays, exhibition catalogs, dissertations, and exhibition reviews. The scope of ARTbibliographies Modern extends from artists and movements beginning with Impressionism in the late 19th century, up to the most recent works and trends in the late 20th century. Photography is covered from its invention in 1839 to the present. A particular emphasis is placed upon adding new and lesser-known artists and on the coverage of foreign-language literature. Approximately 13,000 new entries are added each year. Published with title LOMA from 1969-1971.
Category: Art

Apparitions In Late Medieval And Renaissance Spain

Author : William A. Christian
ISBN : 0691008264
Genre : History
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To study the medieval roots of the experience of apparitions, William Christian analyzes direct accounts of appearances of Mary and other saints in rural Spain from 1399 to 1523. Drawing on verbatim testimony from children, farmers, shepherds, and servants, in addition to his own visits to the villages and his presence at a number of contemporary visions, he reveals people's experience of both the world of daily life and the world of images in their minds. Using notarized investigations of the apparitions by church and village authorities in parish, diocesan, and national archives, Dr. Christian also describes the reactions of skepticism and devotion the visions provoked in the local community and the reasons why the seers' accounts were accepted or rejected. The author first examines visions in Castile and Catalonia and their antecedents in monastic lore, sermon stories, and shrine legends. He then discusses the prosecution of visionaries by the Inquisition at the beginning of the sixteenth century. Finally, he compares the church's criteria for verifying these apparitions with those applied in France to the visions of Jeanne d'Arc. An appendix contains the original Castilian and Catalan texts. -- from dust jacket.
Category: History


Author : Kelly Klein
ISBN : UOM:39015049988408
Genre : Photography
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The photographs in this thematic album by photographer and fashion designer Kelly Klein have been selected to emphasize the cross as both form and religious symbol.
Category: Photography

Mundos Creados

Author : Wim Melis
ISBN : UOM:39015056890083
Genre : Photography
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Category: Photography

A History Of Women Photographers

Author : Naomi Rosenblum
ISBN : UOM:39015050018574
Genre : Photography
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A comprehensive, eye-opening history of women's accomplishments in photography that ranges around the world and throughout the entire history of the medium. Women have made vital contributions to photography both as a profession and as an art form from the very beginning. In every aspect of the medium--portraiture, social and scientific documentation, advertising, photojournalism, personal expression--women have been highly visible creators. Yet their achievements have often been overlooked. In A History of Women Photographers, Dr. Naomi Rosenblum--author of the standard reference A World History of Photography--documents the work of women photographers from Julia Margaret Cameron to Margaret Bourke-White, Tina Modotti, and Cindy Sherman. Her ground-breaking work provides an invitingly readable chronicle both of the women's creativity and of the challenging contexts within which they worked. Complementing the illuminating text and remarkable photographs are densely detailed biographies and an extensive annotated bibliography, all of which have made A History of Women Photographers an invaluable resource. For this new edition, eighteen images have been added, and the final three chapters, biographies, and bibliography have been updated and expanded. Dr. Naomi Rosenblum, who lives in Long Island City, New York, is the author of A World History of Photography, now in its third edition. 314 illustrations
Category: Photography