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  The cinematic

Other(s) author(s) : Campany, David, [editore]Language : EnglishLondon : Whitechapel gallery ; Cambridge : The MIT, 2007221 orrialde ; 21 cm(Ikus) testua: bitartekorik gabeSeries : Documents of contemporary art (Whitechapel Gallery)ISBN : 978-0-85488-152-9 ; 978-0-262-53288-4.Cinematography | Photography | Analytics : Gunning, Tom Never seen this picture before : Muybridge in multiplicity Analytics : Bragaglia, Anton Giulio Futurist photodynamism Analytics : Eisenstein, Sergei Montage is conflict Analytics : Tarantino, Michael A few brief moments of cinematic time Analytics : Rim, Carlo On the Snapshot Analytics : Cartier-Bresson, Henri Images à la sauvette Analytics : Barthes, Roland The face of Garbo Analytics : Mekas, Jonas Movie journal : Warhol shoots empire, 30 July Analytics : Duve, Thierry de Time exposure and snapshot : the photograph as paradox Analytics : Varda, Agnès On photography and cinema Analytics : Deleuze, Gilles Beyond the movement-image Analytics : Goldin, Nan The ballad of sexual dependency Analytics : Baudrillard, Jean Cool memories Analytics : Gaensheimer, Susanne Moments in time Analytics : Kracauer, Siegfried Photography Analytics : Moholy-Nagy, Lázsló Image sequences-series Analytics : Pasolini, Pier Paolo Observations on the Long Take Analytics : Wenders, Wim Time sequences, continuity of movement Analytics : Stimson, Blake The pivot of the world : photography and its Nation Analytics : Newhall, Beaumont Moving pictures Analytics : Reich, Steve Wavelength by Michael Snow Analytics : Wollen, Peter Fire and ice Analytics : Penley, Constance The imaginary of the photograph in film theory Analytics : Bellour, Raymond The pensive spectator Analytics : Metz, Christian Photography and fetish Analytics : Mulvey, Laura Stillness in the moving image : ways of visualizing time and its passing Analytics : Prince, Richard Why I go to the movies alone Analytics : David, Catherine Photography and cinema Analytics : Durand, Régis Melancholic mutations in Cindy Sherman's film stills Analytics : Wall, Jeff An email exchange Analytics : Crewdson, Gregory Interview with Anna Holtzman Analytics : Sontag, Susan On photography Analytics : Marker, Chris La jetée Analytics : Orlow, Uriel Photography as cinema : La jetée and the Redemptive powers of the image Analytics : Campany, David Safety in numbness : some remarks on problems of "Late Photography" Analytics : Akerman, Chantal In her own time : interview with Miriam Rosen Analytics : Burgin, Victor Possessive, pensive and possessed List(s) this item appears in: Elias Querejeta Zine Eskola
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Bibliografia: 214-217 orrialdeetan.

Aztertzen diren sortzaileak: Chantal Akerman, Michelangelo Antonioni, James Coleman, Gregory Crewdson, Tacita Dean, Willie Doherty, Stan Douglas, Douglas Gordon, Chris Marker, Steve McQueen, Eadweard Muybridge, Sophie Ristelhueber, Rosemarie Trockel, Cindy Sherman, Michael Snow, Bill Viola, Jeff Wall, Andy Warhol, Win Wenders.

"The cinematic". This reader surveys the rich history of relationships between the moving and the still image in photography and film, tracing their ever-changing dialogue since early modernism. Manifestations of the cinematic in photography and of the photographic in cinema have been a springboard fot the work of some of the most influential contemporary artists, including James coleman, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Stan Douglas, Nan Golding, Douglas Gordon, Cindy Sherman and Jeff Wall, among many others.

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