Afterimage: Critical Essays on Photography

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About the Author

James Hugunin teaches the History of Photography and Contemporary Theory at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is the author of four experimental novels (the first of which critic/writer Derek Pell called “the best experimental novel of 2012”), two books of art criticism/theory, and numerous artist books. He is the founder and editor of two art journals, The Dumb Ox (1976-80) and U-Turn (1982-present). In 1983, he won the first Reva and David Logan Award for Distinguished New Writing in Photography from the N.E.A. and The Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA. He is the author of WRECK & RUIN: PHOTOGRAPHY, TEMPORALITY, AND WORLD (DIS)ORDER (2013) and WRITING PICTURES: CASE STUDIES IN PHOTOGRAPHIC CRITICISM 1983- 2012 (2013), as well as the novels ELDER PHYSICS: THE WRONG OF TIME: STORIES FROM AN ELDER HOME (2013), SOMETHING IS CROOK IN MIDDLEBROOK (2012), TAR SPACKLED BANNER (2014), CASE X (2015), and AFTERIMAGE: CRITICAL ESSAYS ON PHOTOGRAPHY (2016), all published by JEF Books.

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Weight 57.6 oz
Dimensions 9 × 1 × 11.2 in
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Language

English

Pages

320

ISBN-10

1884097707

ISBN-13

978-1884097706

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