I Spy: Representations of Childhood
IRIS The Women's Photography Project, Jane Fletcher, Kate Newton, Catherine Fehily
I. B. Tauris, Nov 4, 2000 - Social Science - 126 pages
Attempting to address the photography of children in the late 1990s is a difficult and potentially dangerous exercise. I Spy takes up the challenge by means of a unique combination of new color and black and white photographs and newly commissioned writing. It addresses two related issues in the contemporary photography of children: how children photograph themselves and how they are portrayed by modern women photographers.
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