This authoritative monograph reassesses the work and legacy of the great British photographer. It presents the best of Tony Ray-Jones' photographs, reproduced from revealing new prints, and illuminates his life and artistic development with a selection of original documents and artifacts. Edited and introduced by Russell Roberts, Senior Curator at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in the UK, this volume concludes with a conversation between two people whose careers were profoundly influenced by Ray-Jones and his work--the photographer Martin Parr and the writer and teacher Bill Jay.
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Russell Roberts is Curator of Photographs at the National Museum of Photography, Film &Television in England. A widely respected photo historian, he is author of the authoritative work about William Henry Fox Talbot, Specimens & Marvels (Aperture, 2000). Previous work includes Memory & The Archive in 1995, and In Visible Light: Photography and Classification in Art, Science and the Everyday for MoMA, Oxford, in 1997.
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Descrizione libro Chris Boot, 2009. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P11095428139X