The Anti-Artist


An article about how photographic and electronically created pictures mediate and determine social reality, which is one of the most complicated concerns of our time. Definitions of media, the individual's position and responsibilities in society, and the nature of the photographic picture are all on the table. Gary Garrels, Jim Lewis, Christopher Phillips, Sandra S. Phillips, Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Robert R. Riley, and John Weber analyze the work of fifteen postwar artists working in a variety of media to answer these issues. The article starts with a third person point of view about the subject. As the article progresses, it shifts to a first-person perspective and takes on a more poetic tone in the review.

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Archived from http://switch.sjsu.edu/archive/nextswitch/switch_engine/front/front.php%3Fartc=112.html. Documentation of the preservation processes used for this collection is available at https://github.com/NickSzydlowski/switch. Metadata for this item was created and augmented by Uyen Huynh, Spring 2022, Art 104

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