The Image of Whiteness introduces readers to extracts from the
troubling story of whiteness, describing its falsehoods, its
paradoxes and its oppressive nature, and highlights some of the
work contemporary photographic artists are doing to subvert and
critique its image and its continuing power.--Daniel Blight
"The Image of Whiteness" [is] a rare text; a white man producing literature on race for a white audience without intentionally or unconsciously justifying a colonialist, imperialist, or white supremacist regime.--Harley Wong "Wear Your Voice "
Is taking pictures of white sitters in and of itself a supremacist act? Art critic Daniel C. Blight mulls the implications.--Alex Greenberger "ARTnews "
Daniel C. Blight's The Image of Whiteness: Contemporary Photography and Racialization...is a gripping multimedia analysis of the vital role of photographs in undergirding racism. The book exposes the often unacknowledged, everyday visuals that prop up a grotesque system of white supremacy.--Genevieve Shuster "Document Journal "