Published by SITE Santa Fe – 152 pages, 84 color plates softback, 11 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches – Introduction by Louis Grachos Essays by Lisa Phillips, Susan Fisher Sterling and Dave Hickey -1997.
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"I would suggest that Charlesworth, Sherman, and Simmons have, over the years, been involved in the gradual re-accession and re-inscription of Western pictoriality- in re-constituting its vast repository of representational strategies by denatura lizing them and rendering them explicit. Rather than dispensing with these pictorial strategies on account of their seductive artifice, these artists have simply made that artifice articulate and proceeded with their own agendas on the reasonable premise that the artifice of seduction is less toxic when we are made aware of it, but no less pleasurable." [From "Sarah Charlesworth: The Pleasures of Knowing" by Dave Hickey]
"In the 20 years since Sarah Charlesworth began her photographic endeavor, we have been involved in an intense, global renegotiation of our visually based culture. No one can deny that recent advances in digital technologies have increased our commerce w ith photographs and moving pictures of all kinds to a point where optical overload threatens to overwhelm our ability to deal with the content of images at all. And yet, if an era is in some way represented and/or judged by the instruments it creates to p icture and interpret the world, then Charlesworth's art provides a mantra for self-knowledge in an ever more complex visual age. [From "In-Photography: The Art of Sarah Charlesworth" by Susan Fisher Sterling]
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Descripción SITE Santa Fe, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110965058336
Descripción SITE Santa Fe, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0965058336