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From the Photoinstitut Bonartes ongoing series on photography, Frame and Focus addresses the issue of education in relation to photography in Germany, the United States, Croatia and France between 1900 and the present. Starting with the school Graphische Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt, founded by Austrian photochemist and photo historian Josef Maria Eder in Vienna in 1888, this reader explores important topics including the independence of photography from other disciplines, photography as art or applied technology, photography as science, hobby and profession, and, currently of the rampant exchange of images through mobile devices and the Internet, as a de-skilled activity. Created and edited by Vienna-based director of the Photoinstitut Bonartes, Monika Faber, with Maren Gro ning, Ulrike Matzer, and director of photography Walter Moser of the Albertina Vienna. Contributors include Julia Blume, Michael R. Peres, Klaus Hentschel, Andre Gunthert, Rudolf Scheutle, Marija Tonkovic, Anne McCauley, Ann Thomas, John Fleetwood, Christine Frisinghelli, Walter Seidl and Alfred Holzbrecher.
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