A New History of Photography
Edited by Miche Frizot (researcher at the Centre National de la Rechereche Scientifique in Paris) and published on the initiative of the Arts Council of the Centre National du Livre, this volume brings together conrtributions by the most reputed international specialists.
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LIGHT MACHINES 14 The lure of ﬁne
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