Critical Focus.

Essays by A.D. Coleman.
Nazraeli Press, Munich, English, 1994. In Germany. 172 pp., numerous black-and-white illustrations, 6¼x8¼".

This collection of essays by renowned critic A.D. Coleman, widely considered the dean of North American photography criticism, examines the most important international photographic events and issues in the last five years. Arranged chronologically, Critical Focus addresses such diverse matters as censorship, public funding for the arts, international photography festivals, along with articles on Sally Mann, Cindy Sherman, Christian Boltanski, Andres Serrano, and many others. A pithy and intelligent look at today's photography.

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