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Synopsis: The Passionate Camera brings together over fifty artists, scholars and critics to address a broad range of issues in photography and sexuality. The authors address the importance of reinterpreting historical works by known homosexual photographers, issues in contemporary photography and sexual diversity, and the use and abuse of photographs of sexual subjects in current political campaigns and direct activism. The Passionate Camera features color and black and white illustrations of works by artists such as Ajamu, Catherine Opie, Lyle Ashton, Yasumasa Morimura, John O'Reilly and Sunil Gupta. For the first time, these works have been gathered together in a lucid and accessible critical context, making The Passionate Camera the pre-eminent source on queer and sex-radical photography at the end of the twentieth century.
About the Author: Deborah Bright is Associate Professor of Photography and Art History at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Title: The Passionate Camera: photography and ...
Publication Date: 1998
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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Book Description Routledge, London and New York, 1998. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good Minus. Softcover; wrappers slightly dingy; corners rubbed; spine creased; overall very good-. 9.5" high. Seller Inventory # ART768
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Book Description Routledge London & New York 1998, 1998. Very Good Roy 8vo, 440pp, 200 b/w 7 Colour Illusts. Very Good Soft Cover Fifty artists, scholars and critics present queer readings of historic photographs, investigate critical approaches to photographing outlaw desires and document militant activism. Seller Inventory # 001702
Book Description Routledge, London, England. Softcover. White wraps, color pictorial. XXI, 441 pp. Nearly 200 BW and color photographs, 32 in color. Heavy book. From the back cover: The Passionate Camera brings together over 50 artists, scholars, and critics to document and celebrate the explosive growth in independent and radical photographic work over the past decade. The essays range from conventional scholarly writing to personalized memoir, short fiction, and self-interview. The book provides both a history of queer and sex-radical photography and a showcase for many of the most exciting and innovative contemporary artists and photographers, whose work has been inspired by militancy and mourning in the wake of AIDS and bolstered by the growth of queer studies. VG, ex-library with minimal markings: spine label, bookplate and pencil notation behind title page. In very good condition, has spine creasing. Seller Inventory # 130176