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Another way of telling : a possible theory of photography
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  • Another way of telling : a possible theory of photography
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  • Bloomsbury, London : 2016 ©1982
  • 2016
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • 1 volume illustrations 20 cm
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  • Originally published: London: Writers and Readers, 1982.
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  • 9781408864456
  • 1408864452
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A new edition of John Berger and Jean Mohr's classic investigation into the nature of photography and what makes it so different from other art forms 'One of the world's most influential art critics ... Berger sees clearly with fresh surprise yet profound understanding' Washington Times In one of the most eloquent accounts of photography ever devised, the writer John Berger and the photographer Jean Mohr set out to understand the fundamental nature of photography and how it makes its impact. Asking a range of questions - What is a photograph? What do photographs mean? How can they be used? - they give their answers in terms of a photograph as 'a meeting place where the interests of the photographer, the photographed, the viewer and those who are using the photography are often contradictory'. From these beginnings they develop a theory of photography that has at its centre the form's essential ambiguity, arguing that photography is totally unlike a film and has nothing to do with reportage. Rather, it constitutes 'another way of telling'.The unique combination of critic and photographer results in a work that moves beyond the landmarks established by Walter Benjamin, Roland Barthes and Susan Sontag to establish a new theory of photography. This unique combination of words and pictures includes 230 photographs by Jean Mohr.

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