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Price, Mary. The Photograph: A Strange, Confined Space (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1994) 1-21 p.1 This is a book with two major emphases. The first is that the language of description is deeply implicated in how a viewer looks at photographs. Description may be title, caption, or text. The more detailed the description, the more […]


“Notes on the Index: Part 2” Rosalind Krauss, pp.210-219, in The Originality of the Avant-Garde and Other Modernist Myths, The MIT Press, London, 1985. p.212 The connective tissue binding the objects in a photograph is that of the world itself, rather than that of a cultural system.