The theatre of the face,portrait since 1900 (Tapa dura)

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The theatre of the face,portrait since 1900 (Tapa dura)

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An engaging and authoritative account of the history of portrait photography by one of the world's leading photography critics.

Features the work of the most famous portraitists including Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon and Andy Warhol, alongside figures from the beginning of photography such as Edward Sheriff Curtis and Martín Chambi, and recent contemporary photographers such as Martin Parr, Robert Bergman and Christian Boltanski.

Written by the former editor of Art Forum, Max Kozloff, the leading photography critic working today, recipient of numerous awards and prizes, and himself a noted art photographer who considers portraiture the central project of photography.

Offers a new perspective on the history of photography covering a wide range of movements and styles, and the work of photographers around the world, but in the fascinating context of the personalities behind the camera, their motivations and intentions in portraying their subjects, and their subjects' own relationship with the camera and their portraitist.


Características
Formato encuadernación:
Tapa dura
Número de páginas:
336
Dimensiones:
27 x 21 cm
Idioma:
Inglés
Número de edición:
1
Ilustraciones:
Color
Blanco y negro

Referencia:

006515508387 |

EAN:

9780714843728