NPF 548 Modern Movements/Issues in Photography

The major movements, figures and issues in twentieth-century photography are the focus of this seminar course, which will follow the evolution of the photographic medium over the century’s span. The shift from pictorial to realist representation, the influences of surrealism, abstraction and modernism, the fragmentation of movements and styles in recent decades, and the development of new image-forming systems will all be examined. The course encourages individual exploration and research, and presupposes a basic knowledge of photographic history. Lect: 3 hrs. Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1

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