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Title Photography changes everything / edited by Marvin Heiferman ; foreword by Merry Foresta.
Publisher New York : Aperture ; Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institutiion, c2012.
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 Book Stacks  TR183 .P487 2012  AVAILABLE
Descript 263 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 26 cm.
Edition 1st ed.
Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "Photography Changes Everything offers a provocative rethinking of photography's impact on our culture and our daily lives. Compiling hundreds of images and responses from leading authorities on photography, it offers a brilliant, reader-friendly exploration of the many ways in which photographs package information and values, demand and hold attention, and shape our knowledge of and experience in the world. The volume draws on the extraordinary visual assets of the Smithsonian Institution's museums, science centers and archives to launch an unprecedented interdisciplinary dialogue on photography's capacity to shape and change our experience of the world. Photography Changes Everythingfeatures over 300 images and nearly 100 engaging short texts commissioned from experts, writers, inventors, public figures and others--from Hugh Hefner to John Baldessari, John Waters, Robert Adams, Sandra Phillips and many others. Each story responds to images selected by project contributors. Together they engage readers in a timely exploration of the extent to which our lives have been transformed through our interactions with photographic imagery. Edited by leading photography curator and author Marvin Heiferman, Photography Changes Everythingprovides a unique opportunity to better understand the history, practice and power of photography at this transitional moment in visual culture."--books.google.
Contents Foreword / Merry A. Foresta -- Photography changes everything / Marvin Heiferman -- What we want. Photography changes our awareness of beauty and hope / Robert Adams -- Photography changes what and who we desire / Lois W. Banner -- Photography changes the struggle for racial justice / Maurice Berger -- Photography changes what we are willing to believe / Hany Farid -- Photography changes what we long to see / David Haberstich -- Photography changes our desire for celebrity and glamour / Amy Henderson -- Photography changes the face of terrorism / Bruce Hoffman -- Photography changes our relationship to gardens and plants / Irene Jeruss -- Photography changes everyday objects / Daile Kaplan -- Photography changes social and cultural hierarchies / Carol Squiers -- Photography changes what we expect "reality" will look like / Jos Stam -- Photography changes how we shop / Paco Underhill -- Photography changes the ways we interact with and picture each other / Sam Yanes -- What we see. Photography changes our awareness of global issues and responsibilities / Subhankar Banerjee -- Photography changes our relationship to our planet / Stewart Brand -- Photography changes what we know about spiders / Jonathan A. Coddington -- Photography changes what we can see in the universe / Giovanni G. Fazio -- Photography changes who can see images of us / Haidy Geismar -- Photography changes how our fantasies are visualized / Hugh Hefner -- Photography changes the look and content of magazines / Steven Heller -- Photography changes medical diagnosis and treatment / Michael P. Kelly -- Photography changes natural phenomena into iconic images / Kenneth G. Libbrecht -- Photography changes how art history is taught / Dorothy Moss -- Photography changes the course of international events / Sandra S. Phillips -- Photography changes our perception of the paranormal / Linda Purdy -- Photography changes our understanding of light itself / Steve Turner -- Photography changes the practice of forensics / Doug Ubelaker -- Photography changes the criteria for authenticity / Jane Walsh -- Photography changes knowledge of new species / Jeffrey T. Williams -- Photography changes our awareness of poverty / Bonnie Yochelson -- Who we are. Photography changes who we think we might be / Candice Bergen -- Photography changes how intimacy is suggested / Leo Braudy -- Photography changes how cultural history is told / Lonnie Bunch -- Photography changes who we become / Lyric R. Cabral -- Photography changes what we see, depending on who's looking / Elizabeth Edwards -- Photography changes our sense of belonging / Wendy Ewald -- Photography changes our life stories / Marvin Heiferman -- Photography changes our public image / Barbara Buhler Lynes -- Photography changes how we perceive ourselves / Jim Moore -- Photography changes what we're willing to reveal of ourselves / Tien Nguyen -- Photography changes how cultural groups are represented and perceived / Edwin Schupman -- Photography changes how the world sees us / Jacquelyn Serwer -- Photography changes how nationalism is shaped and portrayed / Blake Stimson-- Photography changes our luck in love / Mindy Stricke -- What we do. Photography changes how political messages are packaged / Kiku Adatto -- Photography changes what artists do / John Baldessari -- Photography changes the collection of astronomical data / David H. DeVorkin -- Photography changes how we record and respond to social issues / Frank H. Goodyear, III -- Photography changes how families are formed / Diane Granito -- Photography changes photography / Andy Grundberg -- Photography changes our sense of financial security / Alvin Hall -- Photography changes and democratizes visual expression / Steve Hoffenberg -- Photography changes how we communicate / Philippe Kahn -- Photography changes how news is reported / Fred Ritchin -- Photography changes the nature and spread of news / Luc Sante -- Photography changes the foods we crave / Lauren Shakely -- Photography changes how we read the world / Sharon J. Washington -- Photography changes who and what we can stare at / John Waters -- Where we go. Photography changes what tourists expect to see / Anthony Bannon -- Photography changes how wars are fought / Von Hardesty -- Photography changes the movies we choose to see / Preminda Jacob -- Photography changes how we experience architecture / Phil Patton -- Photography changes land use and planning / John Rutherford -- Photography changes our experience and understanding of cities / Allan Shulman -- Photography changes how and where mushrooms are collected / Nancy Smith Weber -- Photography changes what we travel to see / Lisa Stevens -- What we remember. Photography changes the work curators do / Michelle Anne Delaney -- Photography changes how we experience history / David Friend -- Photography changes our perspectives on past events / Marcel Chotkowski LaFollette -- Photography changes the way we wed / Laurie Lambrecht -- Photography changes how family history is sustained / Cayetana Maristela -- Photography changes what we reflect upon / Shannon Thomas Perich -- Photography changes our experience of loss / Sandy Puc -- Photography changes how family history is constructed / Bob Rogers -- Photography changes how memory functions in daily life / Jeff Sandoz -- Photography changes what we'll be remembered for / Jennifer Sharpe -- Photography changes our connection to family history / Maureen Taylor -- Photography changes what and how much we remember / Jeremy Wolfe.
ISBN 9781597111997 (pbk. : alk. paper)
1597111996 (pbk. : alk. paper)
ISBN/ISSN 99950133390
Subject Photography -- Social aspects.
Photography -- Philosophy.
Alt Author Heiferman, Marvin.

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