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Photography after Frank

Autor: Philip Gefter
Editorial: New York : Aperture : D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers [distributor], ©2009.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Biografía : Inglés (eng) : 1st edVer todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Género/Forma: Biography
History
Persona designada: Robert Frank; Robert Frank
Tipo de material: Biografía
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Philip Gefter
ISBN: 9781597110952 1597110957
Número OCLC: 276334173
Notas: Includes index.
Descripción: 223 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Contenido: Why MoMA is giving its largest solo photography exhibition ever to Lee Friedlander --
Travels with Walker, Robert, and Andy. On Stephen Shore --
Southern exposures: past and present through the lens of William Christenberry --
John Szarkowski, curator of photography, dies at eighty-one --
Imagist's eye. On Henry Wessel --
Beauty is not a four-letter word. On Richard Misrach --
Tableau inside your town hall. On Paul Shambroom --
Bernd Becher, photographer of German industrial landscape, dies --
Keeping it real: photo-realism --
Portraits of American paradises, mostly lost. On Joel Sternfeld --
Keeping his eye on the horizon (line). On Sze Tsung Leong --
Photographic icons: fact, fiction or metaphor? --
Picnic that never was. On Beate Gutschow --
As unpretty as a picture. On Eric Fischl --
Moments in time, yet somehow in motion. On JoAnn Verburg --
Robert Polidori: in the studio --
Young man with an eye, and friends up a tree. On Ryan McGinley --
Page one: a conversation with Philip Gefter, picture editor of the New York times' front page / by Veronique Vienne --
History's first draft looks much better with pictures --
Reflections of New York's luckiest: Look magazine --
Reading newspaper pictures: a thousand words, and then some --
Cornell Capa, photojournalist and museum founder, dies at ninety --
Defining beauty through Avedon --
Self-portrait as obscure object of desire. On Jack Pierson --
Is that portrait staring at me? On Fiona Tan --
Pantheon of arts and letters in light and shadow. On Irving Penn --
Photographer's lie. On Annie Leibovitz --
Embalming the American dreamer. On Katy Grannan --
What eight-five hundred pictures are worth --
The man who made Mapplethorpe: a film about Sam Wagstaff --
The Avedon eye, trained on faces captured by others --
Photography reveals itself between covers --
Culture in context: photographs in Vince Aletti's magazine collection --
For photography, extreme home makeover --
Theater of the street, the subject of the photograph. On Philip-Lorca diCorcia --
Why photography has supersized itself --
A thousand words? How about $450,000? --
From a studio in Arkansas, a portrait of America. On Mike Disfarmer --
What's new in photography: anything but photos.
Responsabilidad: essays by Philip Gefter.

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