An Alternative History of PhotographyBook - 1999
In this fascinating book Ian Jeffrey proposes a new and powerful history of photography. He presents an account which identifies both technical and aesthetic advances which have played a specific part in driving forward the photographic agenda, some hitherto ignored or even dismissed as trivial. Each advance is considered within the broadest social, scientific, aesthetic, even literary context, thereby demonstrating how photography and the 'unconscious' culture are inseparable.
Publisher: Bradford, England : National Museum [of] Photography, Film & Television, National Museum of Science & Industry, c1999
Branch Call Number: TR6.G72 B735 1999
Characteristics: 119 p. : ill. ; 24 cm