Photography after conceptual art / edited by Diarmuid Costello and Margaret Iversen.

Photography after Conceptual Art addresses substantive theoretical, historical and aesthetic issues raised by post-1960s photography as a mainstream artistic medium. Contributions trace photographic art's remarkable transformation form the 'non-aesthetic' uses of the medium associated...

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Corporate Author: Association of Art Historians (Great Britain)
Other Authors: Costello, Diarmuid., Iversen, Margaret.
Format: Book
Published: Chichester, West Sussex, UK ; Malden, MA, USA : [Great Britain] : Wiley-Blackwell ; Association of Art Historians, 2010.
Series:Art history special issue book series.
Table of Contents:
  • Auto-maticity: Ruscha and performative photography / Margaret Iversen
  • Ed Ruscha, Heidegger, and deadpan photography / Aron Vinegar
  • Subject, object, mimesis: the aesthetic world of the Bechers' photography / Sarah E. James
  • Exit ghost: Douglas Huebler's face value / Gordon Hughes
  • Productive misunderstandings: interpreting Mel Bochner's theory of photography / Luke Skrebowski
  • Roni Horn's Icelandic encyclopedia / Mark Godfrey
  • Thomas Demand, Jeff Wall and Sherrie Levine: deforming 'pictures' / Tamara Trodd
  • Almost Merovingian: on Jeff Wall's relation to nearly everything / Wolfgang Brückle
  • Morning cleaning: Jeff Wall and The large glass / Christine Conley.