Minor White, a co-founder of Aperture Magazine, was a force in the field of sequential photography for more than three decades and one of America's most influential writers and educators of the 20th century. The term 'visual literacy,' now commonly used throughout all sub-fields of arts criticism, was coined by him. The Time Between is an original exhibition and publication dedicated to his work and legacy. It marks the first major examination focusing on White's theory about sequential photography, namely that 'the time between photographs is filled by the beholder.'Reseña del editor:
The Time Between is an original exhibition and publication dedicated to the work and legacy of Minor White (American, 1908-1976). This catalog marks the first major examination focusing on White's sequences: a unique style of presentation he refined throughout his career. White's early career as a poet and mentorship under Edward Weston both informed his photographic impulses. His theory around sequential photography that "The time between photographs is filled by the beholder," is poetic in its own right and a book is perhaps the perfect medium in which to experience this phenomenon. White, a co-founder of Aperture Magazine was a force in the field for more than three decades and one of America's most influential photographers, writers, and educators of the 20th century. His photographic percept now commonly referred to as "visual literacy," a way of seeing and reading photographs is more relevant than ever.
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Buchbeschreibung [San Diego], 1992. 95 S. mit zahlreichen Fotos. Erste Ausgabe (1000 Ex.) - gutes Exemplar Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1111 4°. Orig.-Karton (minimal bestoßen). Artikel-Nr. 6859