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|But for all the ways in which, from the 1840s on, painters and photographers |
have mutually influenced and pillaged each other, their procedures are
fundamentally opposed. The painter constructs, the photographer discloses. That
is, the ...
|Canadian Art Photography and the Canadian Imagination Penny Cousineau-|
Levine. Nearly thirty years later the ... 8 "The painter constructs, the photographer
discloses,"9 wrote Susan Sontag in On Photography in 1977. "That is, the ...
Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|PHOTOGRAPHY AND PAINTING 1 All photographs are there to remind us of |
what we forget. In this — as in other ways — they are the opposite of paintings.
Paintings record ... painter constructs, the photographer discloses. SUSAN
|bowls, machines and nudes, by photographers such as Paul Strand and Albert |
RengerPatzsch (The World is Beautiful, 1928) and ... The painter constructs, the
photographer discloses . . . the identification of the subject of a photograph
Leland Poague, Kathy A. Parsons - 2003 - 672 pages
|(1) Explores the paradoxical relationships of beauty and truth by comparing |
painting and photography. Despite the hope that ... a photograph is of—that
where “The painter constructs, the photographer discloses.” Contrasts Thoreau's
|painter. constructs,. the. photographer. discloses.” —Susan. Sontag. My friend |
Andy recently got a new camera and he showed me some shots of a mountain
range in Colorado. He asked what camera settings he should have used to get
|On Photography, 'Melancholy Objects' (1977) 15 The taste for quotations (and for |
the juxtaposition of incongruous quotations) is a Surrealist taste. Ibid. ... Ibid., 'The
Heroism of Vision' 17 The painter constructs, the photographer discloses. Ibid.
|Sontag, Susan The taste for worst-case scenarios reflects the need to master fear |
of what is felt to be uncontrollable. It also expresses an imaginative complicity
with disaster. - Sontag, Susan The painter constructs, the photographer discloses
2008 - 277 pages
|It's better today to disclose too much that too little.ndash;Joel RossThe painter constructs, the photographer discloses.ndash;Susan SontagWhat our eyes behold may well be the text of life but one's meditations on the text and the ...|
|Malcolm, in fact, invests Irving Penn with artist's status because his photographs |
of cigar and cigarette butts contain the irony and ... Sontag is relaxed ("The
painter constructs, the photographer discloses"); Malcolm is amused at "the new