Vitamin Ph: New Perspectives in Photography (Hardback)Rodrigo Alonso (author), Thomas Boutoux (author), Isolde Brielmaier (author), University Of Rochester (author), Exhibitions And Displays Tate Modern (author), MoMA (author)
Hardback 352 Pages / Published: 17/10/2006
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Photography continues to be a central part of international artistic practice. Over the past ten years it has experienced radical changes, in part due to the rise of digital technologies. Photography is now often engaged in by artists who are not just printing in a darkroom, but using the medium as a single aspect of a larger ouvre, as one of several media under exploration.Vitamin Ph focuses on diverse global developments in 'art' photography through the work of 121 contemporary artists, who were nominated by 78 international critics, curators and artists. These selections will be accompanied by a 5000 word introductory text by TJ Demos, aiming to explore ideas relevant to contemporary photography with reference to the works included in the book. In addition, the work of each photographer/artist will be introduced by a short commissioned text of approximately 500 words. Similar in concept, scope and structure to Vitamin P and Vitamin D, Vitamin Ph presents, in A to Z order, artists who have emerged, or in some instances re-emerged, in the last five years using the medium of photography.
Publisher: Phaidon Press Ltd
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 2345 g
Dimensions: 290 x 250 x 32 mm
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