Print/screen: current and future dissemination of the self-published artist's book

Verity, Adam (2012) Print/screen: current and future dissemination of the self-published artist's book. In: Photography and The Artist’s Book. MuseumsEtc, pp. 90-106. ISBN 9781907697500

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Abstract

There is a renewed interest in the relationship of photography and the artist’s book, both as a work of art and as an alternative means of exhibition and dissemination. There is also a notable expansion in the activities of self-publication by photographers and artists who use the photograph.

Furthermore, the theorising of the photographic essay, and notions of "conceptual documentary", have become important areas of discourse for practitioners and theorists alike who are interested in working with the photograph in book form. This important new publication provides a broad international perspective, bringing together writers from Australia, Germany, Ireland, the UK and the USA - both leading theorists and leading practitioners - to more fully explore the issues raised by the relationship of photography with the artist’s book.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information:There is a renewed interest in the relationship of photography and the artist’s book, both as a work of art and as an alternative means of exhibition and dissemination. There is also a notable expansion in the activities of self-publication by photographers and artists who use the photograph. Furthermore, the theorising of the photographic essay, and notions of "conceptual documentary", have become important areas of discourse for practitioners and theorists alike who are interested in working with the photograph in book form. This important new publication provides a broad international perspective, bringing together writers from Australia, Germany, Ireland, the UK and the USA - both leading theorists and leading practitioners - to more fully explore the issues raised by the relationship of photography with the artist’s book.
Keywords:Photography, Artist's Book
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W781 Bookbinding
W Creative Arts and Design > W640 Photography
W Creative Arts and Design > W632 History of Photography
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Art & Design
ID Code:6289
Deposited By: Adam Verity
Deposited On:11 Nov 2012 21:01
Last Modified:11 Nov 2012 21:01

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