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Beyond the Mirror
Seeing in Art History and Visual Culture Studies
The first study to reveal and compare the concepts of vision that underwrite the scholarly act of seeing in art history and visual culture studies.
Memory – History – Archives
This compilation connects photography to global practices in historic perspective. Colonial and postcolonial photography is presented as an entangled and contested site.
Queer Lactations in Early Modern Visual Culture
»Roman Charity« investigates the iconography of Pero, the daughter who breastfed her father, as a figure of excess, queer desire, and dissent in early modern patriarchy.
At Face Value and Beyond
Photographic Constructions of Reality
What could easily be taken at face value sometimes deserves a closer look! This study in media analysis offers an intriguing multi-perspective approach on contemporary photographs.
Dynamics and Paradoxes of a Globalizing Art World
Structures and dynamics of the global art market: An ethnographical perspective on the Chinese experience.