Time and Photography
Edited by Jan Baetens, Alexander Streitberger, and Hilde Van Gelder
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Jan Baetens, Alexander Streitberger, Hilde Van Gelder
Part 1 Time and Technology / Devices for Time
Fixing Transience: Photography and other Images of Time in 1830s London
Spooked Time: The Temporal Dimensions of Spirit Photography
Modern Time: Revisiting the Tableau
Part 2 Returning Time / Memory / Order
Time and Memory in William Henry Fox Talbot's Calotypes of Oxford and David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson's of St Andrews
Between Present and Past: Photographic Portugal of the 1950s
Susana S. Martins
Time and Order: Self-reflective Strategies in Photo Essays
Part 3 Cinematic Time / Duration and Fragment
The Eclipse of Time
Suspended Relationships: The Montage Photography Books of Moshe Raviv Vorobeichic
'An image of an image': Photography and Robert Morris's Continuous Project Altered Daily
Notes on the authors
Format: Edited volume - paperback
Size: 230 × 170 × 10 mm
Publication: April 10, 2018
Series: Lieven Gevaert Series 10
Stock item number: 121598
Alexander Streitberger is Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art History at the Université catholique de Louvain and director of 'The Lieven Gevaert Research Centre for Photography, Art and Visual Culture'.
Hilde Van Gelder is professor of modern and contemporary art history at the KU Leuven and co-director of the Lieven Gevaert Research Centre for Photography, Art and Visual Culture.
Jan Baetens is Professor of Cultural Studies at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and editor of Image (&) Narrative (http://www.imageandnarrative.be/).
Time, Again, Now
Time and Photography is an anthology of essays that returns us to what has to be one of photographytheory's most familiar and perennial concerns, namely, the variety, character and sense of photographic temporality.
Philosophy of Photography volume 1, issue 2, reviewed by Andrew Fisher, Goldsmiths College, London