Why Photography Now?

Bunnell, Peter C.
October 1977
New Republic;10/29/77, Vol. 177 Issue 18, p25
Focuses on the people's interest in photography. Argument that interest in photography may be seen to be reflective of the fact that people are deeply interested in science; Argument that the realism of the image is an issue of consequence, in that this progressive sort of realist art is seen to be akin to scientific observation; Essential changes that alter the critical situation in the field of photography.


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