Photography can seem to capture reality like no other medium, wielding the power of proof. How can a piece of chemically discolored paper have such potency? How does the meaning of a photograph become fixed? In The Disciplinary Frame, John Tagg claims that, to answer these questions, we must look at the ways in which all that frames photography determines what counts as truth.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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