Literary Nonfiction. Art Criticism & Theory. A monograph on contemporary photography, emphasizing the theme of ruins, by the winner of the first Reva and David Logan Award for Distinguished New Writing in Photography.
About the Author
James Hugunin teaches the History of Photography and Contemporary Theory at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1983 he won the first Reva and David Logan Award for Distinguished New Writing in Photography. 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) and SOMETHING IS CROOK IN MIDDLEBROOK (2012), all published by JEF Books.