Essays and criticism by Susan Sontag.
Doubleday & Company, New York, 1990. 207 pp., 6x9".
Susan Sontag's controversial collection of essays on photography.
Originally published in the New York Review of Books, the essays
deal with the work of individual photographers (Atget, Sander, Evans, Frank, and Arbus, to name just a few) as well as with larger historical and philosophical issues regarding photography. Many of Sontag's conclusions are highly critical of photography as a means of experiencing the world. Required reading for photographers.
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