The Truth about Photography        By Sarah James
Photographic Theories     • Foucauldian Theory         • Victor Burgin           • John Tagg    • Baudrillardian Theory   ...
Anna AtkinsPhotographs of British Algae;Cyanotype Impressions.1843-53Cyanotype
“It should be recognized that it is in the specific      zone of this imprint and this trace, in the   temporalization of ...
Louise LawlerUntitled (Martin and Mike)1992Cibachrome, crystal, and felt paperweight.
Walker EvansHouses and Billboards, Atlanta1936Black and White Photograph
Evelyn RichterWerner Tubke1976
The Photographers’ Gallery, London
From ‘Cruel and Tender’Tate ModernAugust SanderThree Young Farmers on Their Way to a Dance1914Black and White Photograph
‘About Face’ Hayward Gallery, LondonInstallation shots from exhibition
Tacita Dean ‘The Unilever Series,’ Tate Modern, LondonAnalogue film stills
Edward Steichen‘Family of Man’ exhibitionMoMA1955
‘Translation,’ Palais de TokyoVarious artists work from the exhibition
Michael Powell’s‘Peeping Tom’ (Le Voyeur)1960
‘Shadow Catchers,’ V&A, LondonInstallation view of Floris Neususs’ work.
Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel, ‘Evidence Revisited’Black and White action photograph
‘La Jetee’, film by Chris Marker, 1962.Film was made up of photographic images, apart from one one second scene where the ...
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  1. 1. The Truth about Photography By Sarah James
  2. 2. Photographic Theories • Foucauldian Theory • Victor Burgin • John Tagg • Baudrillardian Theory • Rosalind Krauss • Terry Eagleton • Grundberg • Steve Edwards • Walter Benjamin • Roland Barthes
  3. 3. Anna AtkinsPhotographs of British Algae;Cyanotype Impressions.1843-53Cyanotype
  4. 4. “It should be recognized that it is in the specific zone of this imprint and this trace, in the temporalization of a lived experience which isneither in the world nor in “another world,” whichis not more sonorous than luminous, not more in time than in space, that differences appear among the elements or rather produce them.” Jacques Derrida, ‘Of Grammatology’, p.65
  5. 5. Louise LawlerUntitled (Martin and Mike)1992Cibachrome, crystal, and felt paperweight.
  6. 6. Walker EvansHouses and Billboards, Atlanta1936Black and White Photograph
  7. 7. Evelyn RichterWerner Tubke1976
  8. 8. The Photographers’ Gallery, London
  9. 9. From ‘Cruel and Tender’Tate ModernAugust SanderThree Young Farmers on Their Way to a Dance1914Black and White Photograph
  10. 10. ‘About Face’ Hayward Gallery, LondonInstallation shots from exhibition
  11. 11. Tacita Dean ‘The Unilever Series,’ Tate Modern, LondonAnalogue film stills
  12. 12. Edward Steichen‘Family of Man’ exhibitionMoMA1955
  13. 13. ‘Translation,’ Palais de TokyoVarious artists work from the exhibition
  14. 14. Michael Powell’s‘Peeping Tom’ (Le Voyeur)1960
  15. 15. ‘Shadow Catchers,’ V&A, LondonInstallation view of Floris Neususs’ work.
  16. 16. Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel, ‘Evidence Revisited’Black and White action photograph
  17. 17. ‘La Jetee’, film by Chris Marker, 1962.Film was made up of photographic images, apart from one one second scene where the women opens hereyes.
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