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After Art

“Art as we know it is dramatically changing, but popular and critical responses lag behind. In this trenchant illustrated essay, David Joselit describes how art and architecture are being transformed in the age of Google.”

Joselit. D. 2012. After Art. New Jersey, Princeton University Press. 2014. After Art. David Joselit. [ online] Available From
<>  [Accessed 05 March  2014]

The One and the Many: Contemporary Collaborative art in a Global Context

“As artists increasingly produce work on international sites in conjunction with local populations, art historians seek to model these new practices and assess their conceptual and political implications.”

Cole, Lori. 2011. The One and the Many: Contemporary Collaborative art in a Global Context by Grant Kester. Hemispheric Institute E-Misferica. [online] Available From
<[Accessed 10 October 2013]

How we Think – A Digital Companion

“When the University of Chicago Press published my print book, How We Think: Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenesis in spring 2012, I had in hand certain digital assets that I had developed for the analyses of some of the chapters, yet whose scope far exceeded what could be included in the print book.”

Hayles, N. Katherine. 2013. How we Think – A Digital Compaion. 2013. [online] Available From
<> [Accessed 05 March  2014]


Bending the Frame. Photojournalism, Documentary, and the Citizen

“The older paradigm for photojournalists was to simply record events, with the hope—and frequently the expectation—that people and their governments would be moved to respond to the injustices pictured, as witnessed by the impact of certain images”

Aperture. 2013. Shop, Books, Bending the Frame. [online] Available From
<> [Accessed 05 March  2014]

After Photography What is next?

“Given the emergence of the digital, few appear to be exploring whether more effective and expansive media strategies can now emerge. This site is a forum on possibility, launched in conjunction with the publication of Fred Ritchin’s book After Photography in December of 2008.”

On-line Blog set up to explore after photography subject:
After Photography. 2013. After Photography What is next? [online] Available From
<> [Accessed 10 October 2013]

The Photobook Review: Editors Note

“My aims for this issue of The PhotoBook Review: to be pluralistic in its approach to the photobook and not merely to propose a checklist for a collectible canon of this essential form of photography.”

Aperture. 2013. The Photobook Review Editors Note. [online] Available From
<> [Accessed 04 November 2013]

View original context in the Charlotte Cotton conversation.

Words Without Pictures

Words Without Pictures was conceived of by curator Charlotte Cotton and artist Alex Klein to create spaces for thoughtful discourse around current issues in photography.” 

Aperture. 2013. Shop, Books, Words Without Pictures. [online] Available From
<> [Accessed 30 October 2013]

Educational PDF: [Accessed Apri 2014]

View original context in the Charlotte Cotton conversation.

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