Photography: A Cultural History
This 3rd edition of the groundbreaking survey of international photography has 16 additional pages, including new material from recent research on Victorian photography’s relationship to painting, photography’s involvement with German and Russian art movements between the World Wars and growing influence of vernacular photography alongside art and commercial photography. It documents the rise of digital photography and its impact on photographic history and contemporary practice, including worldwide use of digital cameras and phone cameras.\nThis remains the only book to trace the entire history of photography in its cultural context, worldwide.\nNot available in the USA or Canada. To buy from Amazon.com click here\nMary Warner Marien is an associate professor in the Department of Fine Arts at Syracuse University New York where she teaches courses on photographic history as well as on art criticism and its history. She is the author of ‘Photography and its Critics’ (1997) as well as numerous articles on the history of photography.