American Photographic Aesthetics in the Twentieth Century: The Five Paradoxes of Modernism (Spanish Studies S. 5)
By: Kevin Salemme (author)Hardback
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This work provides a coherent discussion of the paradoxes that have traditionally formed the poles of photographic aesthetics and which may be profoundly reshaped by new ontological questions of photographic meaning.
The particular and the universal; creation and discovery; reflected light and revelation beneath-the-surface; truth and ambiguity; the fleeting moment and the artifact; Walker Evans and the paradoxes of modernist aesthetics.
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