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Conceptual, Surrealist, Pictorial
Photo-Based Art in Belgium (1960s – early 1990s)
Conceptual, Surrealist, Pictorial is the first in-depth study of the use of photography by Belgian artists from the 1960s until the early 1990s.
Entangled Images in Contemporary Art and Visual Culture
This book explores the different ways in which art, cinema, and other forms of visual culture respond to a digitized and networked world. Traditional discourses on medium specificity, developed in distinct disciplines, often fail to provide an adequate description of the transformations that photography and film have undergone.
Images Performing History
Photography and Representations of the Past in European Art after 1989
In Images Performing History, Katarzyna Ruchel-Stockmans offers a discussion of contemporary art practices that question received notions of historical representations after the pivotal changes of 1989 in Europe.
Ship of Fools/The Dockers' Museum
Ship of Fools/The Dockers' Museum is the project on which the North American artist and writer Allan Sekula worked during the last three years of his life.
Jan Dibbets, The Photographic Work
Dutchman Jan Dibbets (b. 1941) is one of the principal artists to have introduced photography into the plastic arts.
Aim Duelle Luski and Horizontal Photography
This book is the product of a unique collaboration between the Israeli artist and philosopher Aim Deuelle Luski and Ariella Azoulay.
The Photographic Work of Marcel Marien
The first volume devoted to the Belgian Surrealist artist Marcel Marien's photographic work.
Intermedia and Photography after Modernism
Heterogeneous Objects explores the encounter of photography with other media since the 1960s.
In and Out of Brussels
Figuring Postcolonial Africa and Europe in the Films of Herman Asselberghs, Sven Augustijnen, Renzo Martens, and Els Opsomer
In and Out of Brussels examines four Brussels-based artistic projects that converge in critically investigating the figuration of Africa in the image economy of the West.
Connecting Deleuze and Guattari to Photography Theory