An Alternative History of Photography.

Text by Ian Jeffrey.
National Museum of Photography, Bradford, 2000. 120 pp., 120 black-and-white and color illustrations, 8x9½".

Prepared by Ian Jeffrey for the inaugural re-opening exhibition of the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television in Bradford, England, this book presents an ‘alternative' history of photography. Jeffrey develops the thesis that the development of the medium's technology, confronting its practitioners with amazing possibilities for experimentation, is the true driving force behind the art of photography. Cogently argued and full of exquisite examples of rarely seen images from the Museum's collection; a must for those interested in the dialogue surrounding the history of our era's most powerful invention.

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