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The internationally renowned photographer Walter Vogel is widely known for his unforgettable portraits of Pina Bausch and Joseph Beuys. What has, however, received less attention thus far is his art of photographing female beauty.
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Thought Processes of Photography

The Bielefeld Photo Symposiums 1979–2009. Contributions to Picture Theory
This anthology contains 30 texts on the subject of picture theory, which were submitted and debated as part of the Bielefelder Fotosymposien (Bielefeld Photo Symposiums) from 1979 to 2009 and helped to build the Bielefeld school´s reputation for photography.
The selection of texts is based on the idea of a quintessential history of theory, from which the intellectual development of the medium of photography over an extended period of time can be deduced. Key terms such as auteur photography, photography as a weapon, concept and generative photography, photography as discourse, are mentioned throughout, as are the names of well-known figures from the history of art, media theory, iconic practice and current visual culture. This collection covers the comprehensive thought processes, which have existed side-by-side with the photo as the medium par excellence of our time and which have been crucial to the artistic success of the photo.
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"Thought Processes of Photography"

December 2009

ISBN 978-3-86678-366-9

17,00 x 24,00 cm

478 Pages

170 b/w illustrations

Softcover with flaps, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German

Editor
by
Martin Roman Deppner und Gottfried Jäger

Authors
Jörg Boström, Martin Roman Deppner, Monika Faber, Vilém Flusser, Ferdinand Fellmann, Herbert W. Franke, Gottfried Jäger, Rolf H. Krauss, Klaus Honnef, Frieder Nake, Florian Rötzer, J. A. Schmoll gen. Eisenwerth and Lambert Wiesing
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The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the 30. Bielefelder Fotosymposium, 26 to 27 November 2009, Fachhochschule Bielefeld, Fachbereich Gestaltung, Bielefeld.