Hans Aarsman, de Fotodetective
Jacques Rancière, The ignorant Schoolmaster, Five Lessons in Intellectual Emancipation. http://abahlali.org/files/Ranciere.pdf
Jeff Wall, Marks of Indifference. Aspects of Photography, in or as, Conceptual Art (1995) (http://www.art.ucla.edu/photography/downloads/Wall001.pdf)
Victor Burgin, Looking at Images, http://stunik.com/vu/DFAP/LookingAtPhotographs.pdf
Laura Mulvey, “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema” in “Visual and Other Pleasures”
Michael Fried, Why Photography matters as Art as never before, 2009
Benjamin Buchloch and Allen Sekula (Interview) in: Fish Story
Rosalind Krauss, “Notes on the Index: Part 1 and Part 2” in “The Originality of the Avant – Garde and other Modernist Myths”
Andre Bazin, “The Ontology of the Photographic Image”, in “Classic Essays on Photography”, ed., Alan Trachtenberg
Siegfried Kracauer, “Photography” in “Classic Essays on Photography”, ed., Alan Trachtenberg
Hubert Damisch, “Five Notes for a Phenomenology of the Photographic Image” in “Classic Essays on Photography”, ed., Alan Trachtenberg
Allan Sekula, “The Body and the Archive” in “The Contest of Meaning”, ed., Richard Bolton (also in October, Winter 1986)
also in “The Contest of Meaning”, ed., Richard Bolton
Hans Belting, An Anthropology of Images: Picture, Medium, Body
The Photobook, A History, Part 3 (Martin Parr & Gary Badger) (Kask library)
Shooting Space. Architecture and Photography Kask library)
Walker Evans. Magazine Work. David Campany (Kask library)
Post Photography, the artist with a camera (Kask library)
Photography Today, Mark Durden, Phaidon (Kask library)
ONLINE SOURCES, BLOGS, MAGAZINES
http://blog.fotomuseum.ch/ Still Searching, an online discourse on photography
AMERICAN SUBURB X, PHOTOGRAPHY INTERVIEWS ARCHIVE
THE NEW YORK TIMES
THE PHOTOGRAPHY CRITICISM CYBERARCHIVE
A.D. Coleman’s archive of texts in the fields of history, criticism, and theory of photography from the medium’s inception through the present day. Writers ranging from W. H. F. Talbot, L. J. M. Daguerre, and Lady Elizabeth Eastlake through Nancy Brokaw and Donna-Lee Phillips.
An online photography magazine dedicated to work that successfully captures, represents, and encourages acute observation via the photographic medium.
SFMOMA SYMPOSIUM IS PHOTOGRAPHY OVER
JOHN BERGER, WAYS OF SEEING
JOHN BERGER, WAYS OF SEEING, TV DOCUMENTARY
KENDALL BUSTER (AND PAULA CRAWFORD), CRITIQUE HANDBOOK
DAVID GOLDBLATT, ART AND VENTRILOQUISM
TERRY BARRETT BOOKS
Making Art: Form and Meaning (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2010).?Criticizing Photographs: An Introduction to Understanding Images (New York: McGraw Hill, 4th edition, 2005).?Interpreting Art: Reflecting, Wondering, and Responding (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002).?http://www.mhprofessional.com/contributor.php?cat=115&id=30564 http://www.terrybarrettosu.com/articles.html
SEAN O’HAGAN ON PHOTOGRAPHY, GUARDIAN.CO.UK
Explorirg photography, art, photojournalism and everything in between.
A.D. Coleman’s online newsletter on photography and related matters. The original version of this blog was called C: the Speed of Light.
FOAM: WHAT’S NEXT – A SEARCH INTO THE FUTURE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Writer and editor Jörg M. Colberg’s website dedicated to contemporary fine-art photography with daily profiles of photographers, interviews, exhibition and book reviews.
Reviews of books, author interviews, reading lists, news of literary events, and more.
Online magazine contains guide to museum shows, short essays on art and art education, exhibition reviews, bookforum, and videos of artists and artworks.
AMERICAN SUBURB X: PHOTOGRAPHY AND CULTURE
Archive of photographers, interviews, reviews, videos and more.
Fred Ritchin’s blog that explores the effects of the digital, and whether more effective and expansive media strategies can now emerge.