The Body and the Lens.
Photography 1839 to the Present.

Edited by John Pultz.
Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1995. 176 pp., 93 black-and-white and 32 full color illustrations, 6½x9¼".

John Pultz examines issues in photography by focusing on one of its greatest and sometimes most controversial subjects--the human body. Beginning with early tintype images and moving to classic modernist and contemporary experimental works, Pultz explores images of the body--male and female, child and adult, nude and clothed. In the process he uncovers issues of historical context, politics, gender, and race.

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