The Education of a Photographer.
Edited by Charles H. Traub, Steven Heller, and Adam B. Bell.
Allworth Press, New York, 2006. 256 pp., 6x9".
This lively and idiosyncratic collection of writings from the diverse thinkings about photography and its making will bring encouragement and insight to all of those engaged in lens-based media in the twenty-first century. From the early twentieth-century masters to the postmoderns and on to today’s incisive visionaries, this thought-provoking book will navigate the reader through the varied landscape of photography, eloquently expressing what it means to be a photographer.
Among the diverse group of writers and photographers are: Berenice Abbott, Robert Adams, Diane Arbus, Wendell Berry, Elizabeth Biondi, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Alexey Brodovitch, Harry Callahan, Sarah Charlesworth, Charlotte Cotton, Gregory Crewdson, Yolanda Cuomo, Tim Davis, Rachael Dunville, Dave Eggers, Vilém Flusser, Stephen Frailey, Lee Friedlander, Peter Galassi, Helen Gee, Luigi Ghirri, Ralph Hattersley, Daile Kaplan, William Klein , Max Kozloff, Ken Light, Vera Lutter, Nathan Lyons, Peter MacGill, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Susan Meiselas, Lisette Model, László Moholy-Nagy, Vik Muniz, Cynthia Oznick, Brian Palmer, Irving Penn, Robert Pledge, Kerry William Purcell, Alexander Rodchenko, Leo Rubinfien, Shelley Rice, Stephen Shore, Aaron Siskind, Clarissa Sligh, Larry Sultan, Mary Virginia Swanson, John Szarkowski, Gael Towey, Penelope Umbrico, Jeff Wall, Randy West , Minor White, Garry Winogrand.
Copublished with the School of Visual Arts.