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The Routledge Companion to Photography and Visual Culture
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Foreword: Unencompassable Photography

Introduction



  1. Images, Photographs and Visual Culture
    1. Chapter Introduction
    2. Moritz Neumuller
    3. How to Do Things with Photographs:Towards a
    4. Praxeology of Photography Bernd Stiegler
    5. The Photograph as Object
    6. Alison Nordstroem in Conversation with Moritz Neumuller
    7. Photography and/as Art
    8. Charlotte Cotton in Conversation with Moritz Neumuller
    9. Photography, Visual Culture, and the (Re)Definition of
    10. the Male Gaze David N. Martin, Suzanne Szucs, and James W. Koschoreck
    11. Unqueer, Lesbian,Trans: Shifting Gazes in Photography
    12. and Visual Culture Today David N. Martin, James W. Koschoreck, and Suzanne Szucs
    13. The Selfie: More and Less than a Self-Portrait
    14. Alise Tifentale
    15. Case Study: Migrant Mother. Race and Gender in
    16. the Making of a Photographic Icon Lisa Richman
    17. Documentary Architecture and the History of "Before
    and After" Photography Ines Weizman
  2. Territories
    1. Chapter Introduction
    2. Moritz Neumuller
    3. Other World Histories of Photography: The First
    4. Century of Photography in Asia Gael Newton
    5. Photographing the Mexican Revolution: A Case Study
    6. of Genre and Functions John Mraz
    7. Either We Destroy Everything or We Save Everything
    8. Timothy Prus and Marcelo Brodsky in Conversation with Moritz Neumuller
    9. Case Study:The Image of Perestroika. Russian Photography and Visual Culture in the 1980s and 1990s
    10. Irina Chmyreva
    11. The Representation of Landscape in Contemporary Chinese Photography
    Yining He
  3. Useful Photography
    1. Chapter Introduction
    2. Moritz Neumuller
    3. Photography Goes to War
    4. Rita Leistner
    5. The Advertisement Industry is based on Fear
    6. Erik Kessels in Conversation with Olivia Estalayo
    7. A Farewell to the Family Album? (and Case Study on
    8. the Cultural History of Wedding Photography) Mette Sandbye
    9. Architectural Photography: A Medium as a Form
    10. of Useful Interpretation Rolf Sachsse
    11. Case Study on the Photo Booth: Proof, Appropriation,
    12. Identity Erika Goyarrola
    13. Art and Activism
    Swaantje Guntzel and Chris Jordan in Conversation with Moritz Neumuller
  4. Redefining the Photographic Medium
    1. Chapter Introduction
    2. Moritz Neumuller
    3. Research-Based Documentary Projects
    4. Stephen Chalmers
    5. The Still and the Moving Image
    6. Alexander Streitberger
    7. Staged Photography
    8. Lars Blunck
    9. Image-Text Intersections
    10. Federica Chiocchetti in Conversation with Nina Strand
    11. Tactile Photography
    12. Moritz Neumuller and Andreas Reichinger
    13. Photography at the Borderline
    Roger Ballen
  5. Rights and Markets for Photography
    1. Chapter Introduction
    2. Moritz Neumuller
    3. The Contemporary Art Market
    4. Alexander Rotter in Conversation with Moritz Neumuller
    5. The Market for Photography
    6. Simone Klein in Conversation with Moritz Neumuller
    7. Collecting Photography
    8. Pavel V. Khoroshilov and Anastasia Khoroshilova in Conversation with Moritz Neumuller
    9. Copyright and the Art Market: Strategies of Control
    and Shortage Wolfgang Ullrich
  6. Dissemination and Education
    1. Chapter Introduction
    2. Moritz Neumuller
    3. The Photographic Display: A Short History
    4. Alessandra Mauro
    5. The Revised History of the Photobook
    6. Gerry Badger and Martin Parr in Conversation with Moritz Neumuller
    7. Case Study on Shoji Yamagishi, Editor of the Japanese
    8. Photography Magazine Camera Mainichi Susumu Shimonishi
    9. Case Study: Cuadernos de la Kursala
    10. Jesus Mico
    11. Photography Theories and Photography Education:
    12. In Historical Perspective Peter Smith
    13. Photographic Education:The Case for Visual Literacy
    14. in the Twenty-First Century Michelle Bogre
    15. Case Study in Online Learning: Learning to Look Critically with The Museum of Modern Art's Seeing through Photographs
    Sara Bodinson and Sarah Meister

  7. Outlook
    1. Chapter Introduction
    2. Moritz Neumuller
    3. Kick-off Images
    4. Annekathrin Kohout
    5. Shopping for God (and the Indecisive Moment)
    6. Robert Cook
    7. Case Study: LensCulture
    8. Jim Casper in Conversation with Moritz Neumuller
    9. Homo Photographicus
    10. Joan Fontcuberta
    11. Post-Post-Photography
Friedrich Tietjen

About the Author

Moritz Neumuller is a curator, educator and writer in the field of Photography and New Media. He has worked for institutions such as MoMA New York, La Fabrica Madrid and PhotoIreland Festival in Dublin. He is the academic director of the Photography Department of IED Madrid, and runs a postgraduate course for the IDEP school in Barcelona. He is a regular contributor to European Photography Magazine (Berlin) and Photoresearcher (Vienna), and has curated exhibitions on artists such as Bernd and Hilla Becher, Yamamoto Masao, Cristina de Middel, Stephen Gill, Gabriel Orozco, Martin Parr, Chris Jordan, and Erik Kessels. Since 2010, he has run The Curator Ship, an online resource for visual artists. Recent curatorial projects include the Daegu Biennial 2014 (Korea), the Photobook Week Aarhus (Denmark), and the exhibition Photobook Phenomenon for the CCCB center in Barcelona.

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