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VITAMIN PH - New Perspectives in Photography

VITAMIN PH

"Vitamin Ph" provides a third dose of visual stimulation and vital information, following on from the successes of Vitamin P and Vitamin D. Similar in concept, scope and structure, "Vitamin Ph" presents, in A to Z order, the work of 121 international artists. This up-to-the-minute survey focuses on global developments in art photography and the use of the medium by contemporary artists.

78 nominators worldwide have identified living artists who have made a fresh and innovative contribution to recent international photography. These selections will be accompanied by a 5000 word introductory text by TJ Demos, aiming to explore ideas relevant to contemporary photography with reference to the works included in the book. In addition, the work of each photographer/artist is introduced by a short commissioned text of approximately 500 words.

All works reproduced in the book use photography as their primary medium or source material, whether or not they then develop into or merge with other media. Extending beyond the parameters of straight photography to encompass sculptural, painterly and filmic elements, "Vitamin Ph" explores the medium in an expanded sense. The artists represented have emerged, or re-emerged, in the last five years to create a distinctive body of new work.

"Vitamin Ph" aims to contribute to international debates on contemporary photography whilst providing an accessible overview and concise reference book.

TJ Demos is Lecturer in the Department of History of Art, University College London. He writes widely on modern and contemporary art, and his book entitled The Exiles of Marcel Duchamp is forthcoming from MIT Press. A member of Art Journal's editorial board, his articles have appeared in publications such as Artforum, Flash Art, Grey Room and October. He is currently working on a book on contemporary art and globalization.

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Emne Fotokunst
Kunstner
Forfatter
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 500 ill, heraf 400 i farver
Format / Sideantal 29 x 25 cm / 352 sider
Udgivelsesår 2009
Indbinding Hæftet
Forlag Phaidon
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9780714856421
Lev. 3 dage

VITAMIN PH

"Vitamin Ph" provides a third dose of visual stimulation and vital information, following on from the successes of Vitamin P and Vitamin D. Similar in concept, scope and structure, "Vitamin Ph" presents, in A to Z order, the work of 121 international artists. This up-to-the-minute survey focuses on global developments in art photography and the use of the medium by contemporary artists.

78 nominators worldwide have identified living artists who have made a fresh and innovative contribution to recent international photography. These selections will be accompanied by a 5000 word introductory text by TJ Demos, aiming to explore ideas relevant to contemporary photography with reference to the works included in the book. In addition, the work of each photographer/artist is introduced by a short commissioned text of approximately 500 words.

All works reproduced in the book use photography as their primary medium or source material, whether or not they then develop into or merge with other media. Extending beyond the parameters of straight photography to encompass sculptural, painterly and filmic elements, "Vitamin Ph" explores the medium in an expanded sense. The artists represented have emerged, or re-emerged, in the last five years to create a distinctive body of new work.

"Vitamin Ph" aims to contribute to international debates on contemporary photography whilst providing an accessible overview and concise reference book.

TJ Demos is Lecturer in the Department of History of Art, University College London. He writes widely on modern and contemporary art, and his book entitled The Exiles of Marcel Duchamp is forthcoming from MIT Press. A member of Art Journal's editorial board, his articles have appeared in publications such as Artforum, Flash Art, Grey Room and October. He is currently working on a book on contemporary art and globalization.