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Art and Photography
David Campany
Phaidon Press, Inc.
ISBN: 9780714847566
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Pages: 304
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Art And Photography is the first book of its kind to survey the major presence of photography in artistic practice from the 1960s onwards. It is an authoritative and wide ranging survey, including texts by theorists Jean Baudrillard and Roland Barthes, and artists Victor Burgin and Jeff Wall. International artists of the last four decades are each represented in the book by a significant work or series, accompanied by a lucid explanatory text. Art And Photography is an essential reference work for students, professionals and all readers interested in photography and media.
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