Solomon-Godeau, Abigail,

Photography after photography : gender, genre, and history / Abigail Solomon-Godeau ; edited by Sarah Parsons - 1 online resource (xxv, 255 pages) : illustrations - JSTOR eBooks .

Includes bibliographical references and index

Inside/out (1995) -- Written on the body (1997) -- The family of man : refurbishing humanism for a postmodern age (2004) -- Torture at Abu Ghraib : in and out of the media (2007) -- Harry Callahan : gender, genre, and street photography (2007) -- Caught looking : Susan Meiselas's Carnival strippers (2008) -- Framing landscape photography (2010) -- The ghosts of documentary (2012) -- Inventing Vivian Maier : categories, careers, and commerce (2013) -- Robert Mapplethorpe : whitewashed and polished (2014) -- Body double (2014) -- The coming of age : Cindy Sherman, feminism, and art history (2014)

In essays analyzing the photography of luminaries such as Cindy Sherman, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Susan Meiselas, pioneering feminist art critic Abigail Solomon-Godeau extends her politically engaged and theoretically sophisticated inquiry into the historical and cultural circuits of power as they shape and inform the practice, criticism, and historiography of photography

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Photography, Artistic.
Photography--Philosophy.
Feminism and art.
COMPUTERS--Digital Media--Photography.
PHOTOGRAPHY--Reference.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING--Imaging Systems.
Feminism and art.
Photography, Artistic.
Photography--Philosophy.
PHOTOGRAPHY / Criticism


Electronic books.

TR642 / .S64 2017

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