State of the Art Photography provides a unique impression of photography as it stands today. It features forty artists from different countries demonstrating the process of change that photography faces, the broadening in horizons that the digital revolution has bestowed upon us, and the new resource that globalized data has given us.
Conversely, it also demonstrates the options that analog photography presents in creating unique works of art, the importance of how social issues can be addressed by contemporary photography.
State of the Art Photography
Essay by Ossian Ward
Bilingual Edition: English & German
264 pages, 237 illustrations
Hardcover, thread stitching
24 cm x 30 cm
An up-to-the-minute snapshot of the fine art photography marketplace: full-screen slideshow preview of photos from2013. This photo: Folsom at Fremont, 2013 © John Chiara, Von Lintel Gallery
Isolated, embargoed and widely misunderstood—this exhibition looks at North Korea from multiple viewpoints, attempting to bring outsiders closer to understanding the complex identity of the "Hermit Kingdom."
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