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  • Author:
    Michael Stevenson
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    1874950598
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    Fernwood Press in association with M. Stevenson and M. Graham-Stewart (2001)
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Stevenson, Michael and Michael Graham-Stewart (2001) Surviving the Lens: Photographic Studies of South and East African People, 1870^1920. Vlaeberg: Fernwood Press. Alf Kumalo: Fotografo Sudafricano.

Stevenson, Michael and Michael Graham-Stewart (2001) Surviving the Lens: Photographic Studies of South and East African People, 1870^1920. Rome: Fondazione delle Stelline.

Michael D. Stevenson, Michael Graham-Stewart

Michael D. Stevenson, Michael Graham-Stewart. Historians, public galleries and collectors have in recent years started re-viewing photographs of African people taken during the colonial period for their aesthetic merits as well as their historical significance. The 50 photographic portraits presented in this title, most of them unpublished, were taken in East and South Africa between 1870 and 1920, the period of high European imperialism in the region.

Historians, public galleries and collectors have in recent years started re-viewing photographs of African people taken during the colonial period for their aesthetic merits as well as their historical significance.

The 50 photographic portraits presented in this title, most of them unpublished, were taken in East and South Africa between 1870 and 1920, the period of high European imperialism in the region

An introductory essay illustrated with full page details from the selected images discusses the changing approaches to historical photographs and the various complex factors that influenced their making. Related epub fb2 eBooks: A short history of West Africa, .

Surviving the lens: Photographic studies of South and East African people, 1870-1920. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781874950592 (978-1-874950-59-2) Hardcover, Fernwood Press in association with M. Stevenson and M. Graham-Stewart, 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'Surviving the lens: Photographic studies of South and East African people, 1870-1920'. Learn More at LibraryThing. Michael Graham-Stewart at LibraryThing.

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In this paper, I explore the shifts in meaning and value that occur as these portraits are moved from the semantic space of the colonial anthropological archive, to that of glossy scholarly publication, and finally to the realm of home furnishings.

Michael Graham-Stewart Michael Stevenson. Mainly the work of Europeans living in Africa, the images chosen for inclusion in the title, reveal an enigmatic intensity and develop an unfolding poignancy with each viewing, offering a view of the humanity of the subjects that transcends the boundaries of history, class and culture.

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