THE CONTEST OF MEANING: CRITICAL HISTORIES OF PHOTOGRAPHY:
Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1990. First edition. Second printing. 4to., xix, (2), 407 pp., b&w photo-illustrations. Previous owner's neat signature on the front blank flyleaf. A very good copy in the illustrated dust jacket. Item #54000
A host of essayists contributed to this volume, which was divided into four parts: What are the social consequences of aesthetic practice? How does photography construct sexual difference? How is photography used to promote class and national interests? What are the politics of photographic truth?
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