Crisis of the real: writings on photography since 1974

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Aperture, 1999 - Photography - 291 pages
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Andy Grundberg is a former photography critic of The New York Times whose interpretations and critical views have helped shape the contemporary understanding of photography's complex roles in art and in the media. Significantly expanded to include his writings to date, this book brings into focus the major debates in photography that have arisen over the last thirty-five years.

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Crisis of the real: writings on photography, 1974-1989

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Grundberg, photography critic for the New York Times and author of Andy Grundberg's Goof-Proof Photography ( LJ 10/15/89), has gathered a selection of his writings on photography of the last two ... Read full review

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Because of this book I have a new optimism towards the future. I now know, no matter what total piece of garbage I vomit on paper, I can get it published. 0 star


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