Seeing Dirt, Seeing Beyond Dirt: Photographs By and About Workers

Zandy, Janet
October 2010
Exposure (00988863);Fall2010, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p33
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on the visual language being depicted through photographs of workers. It examines how labor is being defined through its class as well as the biases that shapes perceptions of the dirt of labor and work-centered aesthetic. It relates that such portraits of workers depicts the reality about how labor is being defined in society.


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