Abigail Solomon-Godeau. · Rating details · 22 ratings · 2 reviews. This study examines the politics of photographic criticism, history and practice. Abigail Solomon-Godeau has set as her task the examination of the politics of photographic criticism, history, and practice. Photography at the Dock is a. Presenting two decades of work by Abigail Solomon-Godeau, books, including Photography at the Dock: Essays on Photographic History.
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Paperbackpages. Lastly, Solomon-Godeau examines the work of a feminist photographer who seeks to counter the sexual politics that photography normally confirms. Please check the credit line adjacent to the illustration, as well as the front and back matter of the book for a list of credits.
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You may have already requested this item. Photography at the Dock is a revisionist approach to the history of photography, a critique of photographic modernism and the institutions promoting it, and a feminist exploration of the camera’s role in producing and reproducing dominant social and sexual ideology.
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Photography At The Dock: Essays on Photographic History, Institutions, and Practices
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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Bringing a wealth of information to bear on photographic meaning, Solomon-Godeau explores her topics in historical context.
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This, in turn, includes themes concerning the massive production of photographic erotica and pornography that are taken up and considered in relation to contemporary feminist theory and art practice.
State or province government publication: Using a revisionist approach, the book integrates cultural criticism, feminism, art theory and the history of photography to explore relations among ideology, representation and camera culture. As a revisionist approach to the medium’s history, an analysis of photographic modernism and the institutions promoting it, and a feminist exploration of the camera’s role in producing and reproducing social and sexual ideology, the volume addresses its subject from a variety of perspectives.
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In doing so, she demonstrates that the way many photographs are understood today has little to do with the circumstance of their creation, or the manner in which they were originally distributed and viewed.