Photo Poetics An Anthology

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Photo Poetics

Author : Jennifer Blessing
ISBN : 089207521X
Genre : Photography, Artistic
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This catalogue presents an important new trend in contemporary photography, offering an opportunity to define the concerns of a younger generation of artists and contextualize them within the history of art and culture. Drawing deeply on the legacies of conceptual and commercial photography, these artists pursue a largely studio-based approach to still-life photography that centres on the representation of objects, often printed matter such as books, magazines and record covers. The result is an image imbued with poetic and evocative personal significance - a sort of displaced self-portraiture - that resonates with larger cultural and historical meanings. Driven by a deep interest in the medium of photography, these artists investigate the nature, laws and magic of film photography at the moment of its disappearance in our digital age. They attempt to rematerialize the photograph through meticulous printing, using film and other disappearing photo technologies, and by creating photo-sculptures and installations. Artists include Claudia Angelmaier, Erica Baum, Anne Collier, Moyra Davey, Leslie Hewitt, Elad Lassry, Lisa Oppenheim, Erin Shirreff, Kathrin Sonntag and Sara VanDerBeek.
Category: Photography, Artistic

Photo Poetics

Author : Shengqing Wu
ISBN : 9780231549714
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Chinese poetry has a long history of interaction with the visual arts. Classical aesthetic thought held that painting, calligraphy, and poetry were cross-fertilizing and mutually enriching. What happened when the Chinese poetic tradition encountered photography, a transformative technology and presumably realistic medium that reshaped seeing and representing the world? Shengqing Wu explores how the new medium of photography was transformed by Chinese aesthetic culture. She details the complex negotiations between poetry and photography in the late Qing and early Republican eras, examining the ways traditional textual forms collaborated with the new visual culture. Drawing on extensive archival research into illustrated magazines, poetry collections, and vintage photographs, Photo Poetics analyzes a wide range of practices and genres, including self-representation in portrait photography; gifts of inscribed photographs; mass-media circulation of images of beautiful women; and photography of ghosts, immortals, and imagined landscapes. Wu argues that the Chinese lyrical tradition provided rich resources for artistic creativity, self-expression, and embodied experience in the face of an increasingly technological and image-oriented society. An interdisciplinary study spanning literary studies, visual culture, and media history, Photo Poetics is an original account of media culture in early twentieth-century China and the formation of Chinese literary and visual modernities.
Category: Literary Criticism

Why Art Photography

Author : Lucy Soutter
ISBN : 9781351982573
Genre : Art
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The second edition of Why Art Photography? is an updated, expanded introduction to the ideas behind today’s striking photographic images. Lively, accessible discussions of key issues such as ambiguity, objectivity, fiction, authenticity, and photography’s expanding field are supplemented with new material around timely topics such as globalization, selfie culture, and photographers’ use of advanced digital technologies, including CGI and virtual reality. The new edition includes: an expanded introduction extended chapters featuring emerging trends a larger selection of images, including new color images an improved and expanded bibliography. This new edition is essential for students looking to enrich their understanding of photography as a complex and multi-faceted art form.
Category: Art

The Big Picture

Author : Matthew Israel
ISBN : 9783641225209
Genre : Art
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Discover the compelling story of the evolution of contemporary art, its state today, and where it’s headed, through a sample of ten artworks created by ten artists over a span of fifteen years. Written in an engaging, straightforward style by prominent art historian Matthew Israel, this book presents ten outstanding examples of contemporary art, each with significant historical or cultural relevance to contemporary art’s big picture. Drawn from the fields of photography, painting, performance, installation, video, film, and public art, the works featured here combine to create a bigger picture of the state of contemporary art today. From Andreas Gurskys large-scale color photograph “Rhine II” to Kara Walkers acclaimed installation in the Domino Sugar Factory in Brooklyn, each work is carefully explored within the larger perspective of its social and artistic milieu. Articulate and insightful, this book offers readers the ability to consider each work in-depth, while also providing an easily digestible foundation from which to study the often challenging but continually fascinating world of 21st-century art.
Category: Art

Encyclopedia Of Twentieth Century Photography 3 Volume Set

Author : Lynne Warren
ISBN : 9781135205362
Genre : Photography
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The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Photography explores the vast international scope of twentieth-century photography and explains that history with a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary manner. This unique approach covers the aesthetic history of photography as an evolving art and documentary form, while also recognizing it as a developing technology and cultural force. This Encyclopedia presents the important developments, movements, photographers, photographic institutions, and theoretical aspects of the field along with information about equipment, techniques, and practical applications of photography. To bring this history alive for the reader, the set is illustrated in black and white throughout, and each volume contains a color plate section. A useful glossary of terms is also included.
Category: Photography

Poetics Of Space

Author : Steven A. Yates
ISBN : UOM:39015026919350
Genre : Photography
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This volume begins with the early modern period when avant-garde artists were challenging the traditional aesthetic with Constructivism and Futurism in Russia, Dadaism and Surrealism in Germany and France, and new forms of photography - collage, photomontage, photograms, and so on - were emerging throughout the Western art world. Included also are influential mid-century essays by Gaston Bachelard, Leo Steinberg, and William M. Ivins, as well as essays on contemporary art issues by L. Lippard, F. Sommer, and J. Snider.
Category: Photography

Theatre In Pieces Politics Poetics And Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Author : Anna Furse
ISBN : 9781408139981
Genre : Performing Arts
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Theatre in Pieces: politics, poetics and interdisciplinary collaboration is an innovative compilation of seven highly acclaimed productions by key practitioners of non-playwright-driven theatre. Each playtext is reproduced in full and accompanied by extensive notes from members of the original producing theatre. A substantial introduction by Anna Furse provides an overview of the works and contextualises their reading by revealing how a script can emerge from or provoke a collaborative devising process. The works featured include: Hotel Methuselah, Imitating the Dog/Pete Brooks; Don Juan.Who?/Don Juan.Kdo?, Athletes of the Heart; A Girl Skipping, Graeme Miller; Trans-Acts, Julia Bardsley; US, 1966 (with an introduction by Peter Brook); Miss America, Split Britches and 48 Minutes for Palestine, Mojisola Adebayo and Ashtar Theatre. The notion of writing for interdisciplinary collaboration is at the core of the selected plays which makes this a very unique collection and the extensive Introduction and notes make this an invaluable resource for any student of theatre and performance.
Category: Performing Arts

Theatre Of Memory

Author : Laurent Millet
ISBN : STANFORD:36105110853350
Genre : Photography, Artistic
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Category: Photography, Artistic

Encyclopedia Of Twentieth Century Photography

Author : Lynne Warren
ISBN : 0415976677
Genre : Photography
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This three volume Encyclopedia presents the important developments, movements, photographers, photographicinstitutions, and theoretical aspects of the field along with information about equipment, techniques, and practical applications of photography.
Category: Photography

Canadian Literature Index

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ISBN : UOM:39015067513294
Genre : Canadian literature
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Category: Canadian literature

Holly Roberts

Author : Holly Roberts
ISBN : UOM:39015053401413
Genre : Photography
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This important new monograph provides an overview of Holly Roberts' work during the past ten years. Roberts' odyssey with the painted photograph began in the mid-1970s. She found that painting over a slick photographic surface, she was able to manipulate the paint -- scrape it, scratch it, even wipe it away -- with the luxury of never losing the underlying image. A modern pioneer of the method, Roberts ups the ante with an understanding of human dynamics just short of psychic and a technique that appears unstudied, but is in fact, quietly accomplished. The combination results in deeply resonant imagemaking, both haunting and profound. Holly Roberts is the recipient of two N.E.A. Grants, and the Friends of Photography Ferguson Grant. Her work has been widely exhibited throughout the United States, and is included in such permanent collections as the Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Holly Roberts: Works 1989 to 1999 is the artist's second monograph, and contains essays by T. D. Mobley, Robert H. Wilson, and Steve Yates.
Category: Photography

Alexander Zhitomirsky

Author : Aleksandr Zhitomirskiĭ
ISBN : UCSD:31822018986950
Genre : Photocollage
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Category: Photocollage

Berlin Dada

Author : Brigid Doherty
ISBN : UCAL:C3390246
Genre :
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Works On Paper

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105112217331
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Beat Memories

Author : Sarah Greenough
ISBN : STANFORD:36105215469839
Genre : Photography
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The celebrated American poet Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997) began photographing in the late 1940s when he purchased a small, second-hand Kodak camera. For the next fifteen years he made intimate and often exuberant portraits of himself, his friends, and lovers, including the writers and poets Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, and Gregory Corso as well as Beat personality Neal Cassady. He abandoned photography in 1963 and took it up again in the 1980s, when he was encouraged by photographers Berenice Abbott and Robert Frank to reprint his earlier work and make new portraits; these included more images of long-time friends as well as other acquaintances such as painters Larry Rivers and Francesco Clemente and musician Bob Dylan. Ginsberg's photographs form a compelling portrait of the Beat and counterculture generation from the 1950s to the 1990s, tracing their arch from youthful men to aging, often spent, figures. Far more historical documents, his photographs and the extensive inscriptions he added to them years later preserve what he referred to as "the sacredness of the moment", the often joyous communion of friends and the poignancy of looking back to intensely felt times. More than seventy prints, including a few "drugstore" prints made in the early 1950s, are brilliantly reproduced in this book, accompanied by Sarah Greenough's essay on Ginsberg's photography in relation to his poetry and other photographers of the time, a chronology of his photographic activity, and selections from interviews with Ginsberg between 1958 and 1996. AUTHOR: Sarah Greenough is senior curator and head of the department of photographs at the National Gallery of Art. She is the author of Looking In: Robert Frank's: 'The Americans' and numerous other publications on photography. SELLING POINTS: * Now available in paperback, this intimate "family album" is a revealing photographic look at the Beat Generation as chronicled by the movement's great poet, Allen Ginsberg. 70 tritones, 30 duotones, 5 colour images
Category: Photography

Literature Photography Interactions 1840 1990

Author : Jane Marjorie Rabb
ISBN : 0826315410
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This remarkable book traces comprehensively for the first time the give and take between these sister arts by gathering writings about photography and photographs by and of writers from England, Europe, and the United States over the last century and a half.
Category: Literary Criticism

An Active Anthology

Author : George Quasha
ISBN : UOM:39015031008371
Genre : American poetry
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Category: American poetry

Horizons The Poetics And Theory Of The Intermedia

Author : Dick Higgins
ISBN : UCSD:31822000081372
Genre : Art
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Written for the lay reader as well as for academic literary theorists, this book bridges the gulf between the artistic avant-garde in music, visual arts, and experimental literature and the general pub­lic. Higgins delves into multiple areas, but here is an example of one kind of poem he works with: those pieces that move like this those pieces i say are snowflakes i say those pieces that move like this those pieces Along with many other artists—John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Robert Rau­schenberg, and Jackson Mac Low come to mind—Dick Higgins has investigated and invented a variety of genres and forms, working especially in intermedia, the fusion of two or more discrete media. His poetics travel some distance from the poetry of the past. Here he uses the fu­sion of the “receiver’s” and the artist’s horizons, their knowledge, feelings, ex­periences, and imaginings to provide a vivid account of artistic experimentation over the last thirty years.
Category: Art