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[CFP]Philosophy of Photography

Philosophy of Photography Subscribe to this journalCall for PapersEditorial & Advisory BoardsBack Issues ISSN: 20403682 First published in 2010 (forthcoming) 2 issues per volume Current Issue: Volume 0 / Issue 0 Call for Papers Aims & Scope Philosophy of Photography

[CFP]Philosophy of Photography

Philosophy of Photography Subscribe to this journalCall for PapersEditorial & Advisory BoardsBack Issues ISSN: 20403682 First published in 2010 (forthcoming) 2 issues per volume Current Issue: Volume 0 / Issue 0 Call for Papers Aims & Scope Philosophy of Photography

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memo on photography

the performative in photojournalism: the formal representation of photojournalistic works betrays the content they describe.

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memo on photography

the performative in photojournalism: the formal representation of photojournalistic works betrays the content they describe.

Barthes – Camera Lucida / Baudrillard – “It is the Object Which Thinks Us…”

– Roland Barthes, Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography Camera Lucida (1980) was written after his mother’s death and published just after his death. Although, like Mythologies (1957), this book could be regarded as a critique of the myth of bourgeois

Barthes – Camera Lucida / Baudrillard – “It is the Object Which Thinks Us…”

– Roland Barthes, Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography Camera Lucida (1980) was written after his mother’s death and published just after his death. Although, like Mythologies (1957), this book could be regarded as a critique of the myth of bourgeois

Jeff Wall

Jeff Wall, Jeff Wall: Selected Essays and Interviews, NY: The Museum of Modern Art, 2007.   Jeff Wall and His (Critique of Contemporary) Photography as Art The fact that an artist is discussing with other art critics about his own

Jeff Wall

Jeff Wall, Jeff Wall: Selected Essays and Interviews, NY: The Museum of Modern Art, 2007.   Jeff Wall and His (Critique of Contemporary) Photography as Art The fact that an artist is discussing with other art critics about his own