Histoire de la photographie
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|Photography as a Modern Art in the United States|
Robin Kelsey (Harvard University)
25 janvier 2011
This course would trace the emergence of photography as a modern art in the United States from pictorialism to conceptual art (roughly 1890 to 1970). Photography, with its reliance on mimesis, its susceptibility to accident, and its eradication of traditional forms of skill and touch, was a peculiar technology for making art. This course will trace the ways in which American artists, including Alfred Stieglitz, Helen Levitt, John Baldessari took up the challenge of using photography to address the historical contradictions under which they practiced.
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