Face on: Photography as Social Exchange
Mark Durden, Craig Richardson
Black Dog, 2000 - Photography - 71 pages
This study examines new and existing photographic and lens-based art focusing upon the theme of social exchange. The text explores the history of documentary photography and maps out current solutions and strategies to problems in the discourse between photographer and subject.
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