By Lucy Soutter
Contemporary artwork images is paradoxical. someone can examine it and shape an opinion approximately what they see, but it represents severe positions that just a small minority of well-informed audience can usually access.
Why paintings Photography? presents a full of life, available advent to the tips at the back of today’s notable photographic photos. Exploring key concerns equivalent to ambiguity, objectivity, staging, authenticity, the electronic and photography’s multiplied box, the chapters supply clean views on present debates. whereas the focus is at the current, the booklet strains ideas and visible types to their origins, drawing on conscientiously chosen examples from well-known overseas photographers. photographs, theories and histories are defined in a transparent, concise demeanour and key terms are outlined alongside the way.
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Instant art! Some critics and historians would argue that it is in perfecting a formula – both formal and conceptual – that a photographer establishes the rigor and relevance of their project. Others would say that work in this vein is so monotonous, predictable and static that it is just plain dull. Frank Breuer and the threshold of boredom In post-war intellectual culture, especially in Germany, seriousness has meant the refusal of frivolous pleasure and excessive aﬀect. 27 The work of the Düsseldorf School proposes itself as high culture, rooted in photographic diﬃculty; as well as being extremely exacting to produce, the images declare their seriousness of intent through their size, degree of detail, seriality and titles.
10 Trained as a painter, Moholy-Nagy Objectivity and Seriousness 35 was reacting less against pictorialist photography than against the prevalent expressionism in German painting. 11 To this end, Moholy-Nagy was willing to go much further into abstraction than Strand, Edward Weston or most of the other American modernists. For him, photographic objectivity oﬀered a license to explore pure form: his abstractions, including photograms made with his wife Lucia Moholy, explore primal aspects of design.
20 Jens has a soft, slightly feminine body and a pale complexion not dissimilar to Helga’s, but it would be a stretch to say that he looks like her. In repeating such poses as lying down with one arm raised or such scenarios as looking out over a tree, Schorr is not reproducing Wyeth’s images accurately but rather reenacting a kind of visual obsession. Schorr underlines this with handwritten notes on the pages, such as: “am more invested in approximating her sense of pose, rather than an exact copy.