Imagining Everyday Life. Engagements with Vernacular Photography
Imagining Everyday Life: Engagements with Vernacular Photography surveys the expansive field of vernacular photography, the vast archive of utilitarian images created for bureaucratic structures, commercial usage and personal commemoration (as opposed to aesthetic purposes). As a crucial extension of its ongoing investigation of vernacular photography, the Walther Collection has collaborated with key scholars and critical thinkers in the history of photography, womens studies, queer theory, Africana studies and curatorial practice to interrogate vernaculars theoretical limits, as well as to conduct case studies of a striking array of objects and images, many from the collections holdings.
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