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The Resource Light readings : a photography critic's writings, 1968-1978, A.D. Coleman ; introduction by Shelley Rice

Light readings : a photography critic's writings, 1968-1978, A.D. Coleman ; introduction by Shelley Rice

Label
Light readings : a photography critic's writings, 1968-1978
Title
Light readings
Title remainder
a photography critic's writings, 1968-1978
Statement of responsibility
A.D. Coleman ; introduction by Shelley Rice
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Coleman, A. D
Dewey number
770
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
index present
LC call number
TR187
LC item number
.C64 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Photographic criticism
  • Critique photographique
  • Photographie
  • Aufsatzsammlung
Label
Light readings : a photography critic's writings, 1968-1978, A.D. Coleman ; introduction by Shelley Rice
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dialogues with myself in time / Shelley Rice -- 1968. Latent image -- Paul Strand (I) -- Jerry Uelsmann (I) -- 1969. Christmas gift: "Harlem on my mind" -- Richard Kirstel (I): "pas de deux" -- Critique -- 1970. James Van DerZee -- Roy DeCarava: "Thru black eyes" -- "Photography into sculpture": sheer anarchy, or a step forward? -- Inside the museum, infinity goes up on trial -- Holography: a prophecy -- The horrors of Hiroshima -- Roger Minick: Delta west -- Robert Heinecken: a man for all dimensions -- Bruce Davidson: East 100th Street -- Duane Michals (I): Sequences -- Richard Kirstel (II): Is this the Scopes trial of photography? -- 1971. Jerry Uelsmann (II): he captures dreams, visions, hallucinations -- Les Krims: four photographs that drove a man to crime -- Fundi: the nuances of the moment -- Peter Bunnell: money, space, and time, or the curator as juggler -- Jan Van Raay: the crest of a tidal wave -- Photography and conceptual art -- Harvey Stromberg: the sneakiest show in town -- Diane Arbus (I): the mirror is broken -- "I have a blind spot about color photographs" -- Larry Clark: Tulsa -- Danny Seymour: A loud song -- Michael Abramson: Palante -- More on color: readers speak out -- A manifesto for photography education --
  • 1972. Danny Lyon and Geoff Winningham: barred doors, bared mats -- Paul Strand (II) -- Bernadette Mayer: "Memory" -- Thomas Barrow and Charles Gatewood -- Duane Michals (II): The journey of the spirit after death -- Who will be the replacements? -- Bea Nettles -- Judy Dater -- Beuford Smith: he records the texture of black life -- Not seeing Atget for the trees -- Robert Frank: The lines of my hand -- Ed Ruscha (I): "My books end up in the trash" -- Ed Ruscha (II): "I'm not really a photographer" -- Van Deren Coke: The painter and the photograph -- Ansel Adams: let me make one thing perfectly clear -- Robert D'Alessandro: New York's funky epiphanies -- Diane Arbus (II): her portraits are self-portraits -- Bob Adelman and Susan Hall: Down home -- 1973. Robert Delford Brown: an introduction -- Life may have died, but photography lives on -- Ralph Gibson: Deja-vu -- Minor White: Octave of prayer (I) -- Minor White: Octave of prayer (II) -- Michael Lesy (I): Wisconsin death trip -- Must they "progress" so fast? -- Shouldn't we be more concerned? -- "Photography: recent acquisitions" -- Clarence John Laughlin -- Bill Dane -- Emmet Gowin --
  • 1974. Julio Mitchel -- W. Eugene Smith: "Minamata" -- Michael Martone: Dark light -- New Japanese photography -- Paul Diamond -- Abigail Heyman and Imogen Cunningham -- "From today, painting is dead": a requiem -- Art critics: our weakest link -- Reinventing photography -- 1975. My camera in the olive grove: prolegomena to the legitimization of photography by the academy -- Because it feels so good when I stop: concerning a continuing personal encounter with photography criticism -- 1976. Where's the money? -- The indigenous vision of Manuel Alvarez Bravo -- On plagiarism -- "Violated" instants: Lucas Samaras and Les Krims -- Novel pictures: the photofiction of Wright Morris -- The directorial mode: notes toward a definition -- 1977. Humanizing history: Michael Lesy's Real life -- Visual recycling: Irving Penn's "Street material" -- Lament for the walking wounded -- 1978. No future for you? Speculations on the next decade in photography education -- Appendix. Walker Evans: gone to look for America -- Taking pictures: photography and the territorial imperative -- On the subject of John Szarkowski: an open letter to the directors and trustees of the Museum of Modern Art -- Susan Sontag: off photography
Control code
39093683
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
2nd ed., rev. and expanded.
Extent
xxxii, 309 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9780826316677
Isbn Type
(pbk)
Lccn
98024349
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)39093683
Label
Light readings : a photography critic's writings, 1968-1978, A.D. Coleman ; introduction by Shelley Rice
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dialogues with myself in time / Shelley Rice -- 1968. Latent image -- Paul Strand (I) -- Jerry Uelsmann (I) -- 1969. Christmas gift: "Harlem on my mind" -- Richard Kirstel (I): "pas de deux" -- Critique -- 1970. James Van DerZee -- Roy DeCarava: "Thru black eyes" -- "Photography into sculpture": sheer anarchy, or a step forward? -- Inside the museum, infinity goes up on trial -- Holography: a prophecy -- The horrors of Hiroshima -- Roger Minick: Delta west -- Robert Heinecken: a man for all dimensions -- Bruce Davidson: East 100th Street -- Duane Michals (I): Sequences -- Richard Kirstel (II): Is this the Scopes trial of photography? -- 1971. Jerry Uelsmann (II): he captures dreams, visions, hallucinations -- Les Krims: four photographs that drove a man to crime -- Fundi: the nuances of the moment -- Peter Bunnell: money, space, and time, or the curator as juggler -- Jan Van Raay: the crest of a tidal wave -- Photography and conceptual art -- Harvey Stromberg: the sneakiest show in town -- Diane Arbus (I): the mirror is broken -- "I have a blind spot about color photographs" -- Larry Clark: Tulsa -- Danny Seymour: A loud song -- Michael Abramson: Palante -- More on color: readers speak out -- A manifesto for photography education --
  • 1972. Danny Lyon and Geoff Winningham: barred doors, bared mats -- Paul Strand (II) -- Bernadette Mayer: "Memory" -- Thomas Barrow and Charles Gatewood -- Duane Michals (II): The journey of the spirit after death -- Who will be the replacements? -- Bea Nettles -- Judy Dater -- Beuford Smith: he records the texture of black life -- Not seeing Atget for the trees -- Robert Frank: The lines of my hand -- Ed Ruscha (I): "My books end up in the trash" -- Ed Ruscha (II): "I'm not really a photographer" -- Van Deren Coke: The painter and the photograph -- Ansel Adams: let me make one thing perfectly clear -- Robert D'Alessandro: New York's funky epiphanies -- Diane Arbus (II): her portraits are self-portraits -- Bob Adelman and Susan Hall: Down home -- 1973. Robert Delford Brown: an introduction -- Life may have died, but photography lives on -- Ralph Gibson: Deja-vu -- Minor White: Octave of prayer (I) -- Minor White: Octave of prayer (II) -- Michael Lesy (I): Wisconsin death trip -- Must they "progress" so fast? -- Shouldn't we be more concerned? -- "Photography: recent acquisitions" -- Clarence John Laughlin -- Bill Dane -- Emmet Gowin --
  • 1974. Julio Mitchel -- W. Eugene Smith: "Minamata" -- Michael Martone: Dark light -- New Japanese photography -- Paul Diamond -- Abigail Heyman and Imogen Cunningham -- "From today, painting is dead": a requiem -- Art critics: our weakest link -- Reinventing photography -- 1975. My camera in the olive grove: prolegomena to the legitimization of photography by the academy -- Because it feels so good when I stop: concerning a continuing personal encounter with photography criticism -- 1976. Where's the money? -- The indigenous vision of Manuel Alvarez Bravo -- On plagiarism -- "Violated" instants: Lucas Samaras and Les Krims -- Novel pictures: the photofiction of Wright Morris -- The directorial mode: notes toward a definition -- 1977. Humanizing history: Michael Lesy's Real life -- Visual recycling: Irving Penn's "Street material" -- Lament for the walking wounded -- 1978. No future for you? Speculations on the next decade in photography education -- Appendix. Walker Evans: gone to look for America -- Taking pictures: photography and the territorial imperative -- On the subject of John Szarkowski: an open letter to the directors and trustees of the Museum of Modern Art -- Susan Sontag: off photography
Control code
39093683
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
2nd ed., rev. and expanded.
Extent
xxxii, 309 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9780826316677
Isbn Type
(pbk)
Lccn
98024349
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)39093683

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