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Photography and sculpture : the art object in reproduction / edited by Sarah Hamill and Megan R. Luke.

Los Angeles : The Getty Research Institute, [2017]
Physical Description:
viii, 303 pages ; 26 cm.
Reference Library
TR658.3 .P49 2017 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Terms:
Photography of sculpture.
Photography of sculpture.
Hamill, Sarah, editor.
Luke, Megan R., 1977- editor.
Getty Research Institute, issuing body.

  • Reproductive vision: photography as a history of sculpture / Sarah Hamill and Megan R. Luke
  • "Pictorial silhouettes" and their surroundings: archaic sculpture and archaeological photography / Stefanie Klamm
  • Sculpture from behind / Jeremy Melius
  • Photography as "carving": the folios of Clarence Kennedy / Sarah Hamill
  • Burckhardt's eyes: the photography of Renaissance architecture between pedagogy and the museum / Alina Payne
  • The long arm of the lens: photography, colonialism, and african sculpture / Suzanne Preston Blier
  • Artificial blindness: objecthood and the photography of sculpture / Megan R. Luke
  • Sleight of eye: Man Ray, Duchamp, and the photography of new sculptural forms / Anne McCauley
  • The sight of sculpture / Stephen Melville
  • Solid sight: sculpture in stereo / Britt Salvesen
  • A virtual presence in space / D. N. Rodowick
  • For an ethnosociology of sculpture and photography in india / Christopher Pinney
  • Evidence of sculpture / Jeffrey Weiss
  • Pronk photography / Geoffrey Batchen
  • Sculpture in photography / Alex Potts
  • Sculpture's present, photography's past / Anne M. Wagner
  • Photographing sculpture, sculpting photography / Geraldine A. Johnson.