DescriptionWilliam A. Ewing announces the death of the conventional portrait and the birth of the new approach to representation. In challenging accepted notions of the photographic portrait, these images offer up a provocative critique that makes us think again about a deceptively familiar subject.
Thames & Hudson
May 01, 2008
9.18 X 0.8 X 10.97 inches | 2.83 pounds
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About the Author
William A. Ewing has been an author, lecturer, curator of photography, and museum director for more than forty years. His many publications on photography include The Body (1994), Landmark (2014) and Edward Burtynsky: Essential Elements (2016).
Nathalie Herschdorfer is a curator and art historian specializing in the history of photography. She is the director of the Museum of Fine Arts in Le Locle, Switzerland.