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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
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"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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