Writing the Image After Roland Barthes.

Edited by Jean-Michel Rabaté.
University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 1997. 296 pp., 30 black-and-white illustrations, 6x9".

This fascinating collection examines the many sides of Roland Barthes writings reaffirming his centrality to the field of visual criticism twenty years after his death. Barthes is of particular interest to photographers for his well argued longstanding antipathy towards photography, his seminal work Camera Lucida, and in it his final acceptance of photographic representation.

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