Emma Lewis: Isms – Understanding Photography

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Isms: Understanding Photography packs an enormous amount of detail into a handy, attractive guide tracing the evolution of photography through a series of interconnected trends, groups, themes and movements – from the invention of the photographic process to the post-internet age.

Organised chronologically, this is a uniquely international, comprehensive guide to photography with concise, readable and jargon-free but scholarly insight into major photographers, movements and themes of the past 170 years.

In an age where photography is of more resonance and interest than ever before, Isms: Understanding Photography offers an in-depth and clear exposition of photography for the interested general reader or student.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
How to Use this Book

Section 1: The Invention of Photography & the Recording of the World: 1826-1910s

Section 2: Into the Modern: 1850s-1930s

Section 3: Society & Humanity: 1930s-70s

Section 4: The Postmodern: 1950s-90s

Section 5: Contemporary Photography: 1980s-

List of Photographers
Chronology of Isms
Glossary of Useful Terms
List of Collections
Photographic Credits

Extra informatie

title

Isms – Understanding Photography

author

Emma Lewis

publisher

Bloomsbury

ISBN

9781474277594

year

2017

binding

paperback

size

14,5 x 20,5 x 1,4 cm

pages

160

illustrations

100

language

English

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