The Privileged Eye.
Essays on Photography.
Written by Max Kozloff.
The University of New Mexico Press,
320 pp., 56 black-and-white and 10 color photographs, 6x9".
This is Kozloff's second collection of his critical writings, most of which originally appeared in Artforum and Art in America. The work in this volume explores the disparity between the meanings imposed upon photographs by critical interpretations and the images' actual content. Drawn to complex and inscrutable images, Kozloff discusses provocative, evocative work and the way these photographs imprint themselves on the social consciousness of the viewer. Fascinating reading.
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