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The Media of Photography
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Introduction DIARMUID COSTELLO and DOMINIC McIVER LOPES

1. Transparent Representation: Photography and the Art of Casting PETER ALWARD

2. Fiction, Non-fiction and Deceptive Photographic Representation PALOMA ATENCIA-LINARES

3. Facing the Camera: Self-Portraits of Photographers as Artists DAWN PHILLIPS

4. Photography as Performative Process RICHARD SHUSTERMAN

5. Photographic Art: An Ontology Fit to Print CHRISTY MAG UIDHIR

6. Digital Pictures, Sampling and Vagueness: The Ontology of Digital Pictures JOHN ZEIMBEKIS

7. The Macro and the Micro: Andreas Gursky's Aesthetics BENCE NANAY

8. Artwork and Document in the Photography of Louise Lawler SHERRI IRVIN

9. The Question Concerning Photography DIARMUID COSTELLO

10. A Musical Photograph? RICHARD BEAUDOIN AND ANDREW KANIA

11. Drawings of Photographs in Comics ROY COOK

12. Photography and Knowledge SCOTT WALDEN

13. Depiction, Detection and the Epistemic Value of Photography LAURA PERINI

About the Author

Diarmuid Costello is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick, Chair of the British Society of Aesthetics and Co-Director of the AHRC 'Aesthetics after Photography' research project. He has co-edited two other collections on photography: Photography after Conceptual Art for Art History (November 2009) and Agency and Automatism for Critical Inquiry (Summer 2012). His articles have appeared in the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, the British Journal of Aesthetics, Critical Inquiry and Rivista di Estetica. He is working on two longer projects: On Photography and Art after Aesthetics? Dominic McIver Lopes is Distinguished University Scholar and Professor of Philosophy at the University of British Columbia. He is the author of Understanding Pictures (1996), Sight and Sensibility: Evaluating Pictures (2005), and A Philosophy of Computer Art (2009) in addition to papers on such topics as depiction, the ontology of art, theories of art and aesthetic value. He is now revising a manuscript of book entitled Beyond Art while writing another book on four artistic uses of photographic media.

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