[Fall 1998] This text was originally published in French.You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page. Oxford, Éditions Oxford University Press, Collection History of Art, 1997, 247 pages.
This article was originally published only in French. No translation is available Summary We think of him when we think of photographic mise en scène – and of narrative sequences, and of the integration of handwriting into photographs. When Duane Michals made his first photographic fictions in the mid-sixties, the practice was not entirely without […]
This article was originally published only in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page. Summary Andrea Szilasi finds her inspiration in science magazines and anatomy books. But however fascinated she may be with the inner workings of the human body, how it is quantified or depicted, hers […]
[Fall 1998] by Gary Michael Dault Every photograph is constructed. In the usual order of events, however, a photograph is “constructed” first perceptually, then chemically or is otherwise processed in the tiny silicon bath of the computer and, finally, as an artefact. Holly King’s photographs represent an amplification and a reversal of this order of […]
[Fall 1998] This article was originally published only in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page. Summary This article discusses the new developments in autobiography, the featuring of the self in literature and photography, in a hybrid genre that Serge Doubrovsky has called “self-fiction.” The examples used […]
[Fall 1998] by Franck Michel As we all know, photography now plays a preponderant role on the contemporary-art scene. The autumn cultural season in Quebec provides ample proof of this with a particularly rich programme of photographic exhibitions. To begin with, there is the first Biennale de Montréal, organized by the Centre international d’art contemporain, […]