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Shadow Catchers

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28 x 25cm, hardback, 192 pages, 100 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-538-5. Published V&A Museum /

Merrell 2010, reprinted 2012.

£39.95Buy now

Shadow Catchers by Martin Barnes (Senior Curator of Photographs, V&A Museum, London) examines the work of five camera-less photographers; Susan Derges, Garry Fabian Miller, Pierre Cordier, Adam Fuss and Floris Neusüss.

 

By using experimental techniques that recall the basic principles of photography – the action of light onto light-sensitive paper – these artists create powerful and engaging images that challenge the belief that a camera is necessary to create a photograph.

 

The publication was produced to celebrate the Shadow Catchers exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London (October 2010 – February 2011), and includes essays about each artist and a short introduction to the history of camera-less photography.

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Shadow Catchers

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28 x 25cm, hardback, 192 pages, 100 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-538-5. Published V&A Museum /

Merrell 2010, reprinted 2012.

£39.95Buy now

Shadow Catchers by Martin Barnes (Senior Curator of Photographs, V&A Museum, London) examines the work of five camera-less photographers; Susan Derges, Garry Fabian Miller, Pierre Cordier, Adam Fuss and Floris Neusüss.

 

By using experimental techniques that recall the basic principles of photography – the action of light onto light-sensitive paper – these artists create powerful and engaging images that challenge the belief that a camera is necessary to create a photograph.

 

The publication was produced to celebrate the Shadow Catchers exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London (October 2010 – February 2011), and includes essays about each artist and a short introduction to the history of camera-less photography.

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Shadow Catchers

Read more

28 x 25cm, hardback, 192 pages, 100 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-538-5. Published V&A Museum /

Merrell 2010, reprinted 2012.

£39.95Buy now

Shadow Catchers by Martin Barnes (Senior Curator of Photographs, V&A Museum, London) examines the work of five camera-less photographers; Susan Derges, Garry Fabian Miller, Pierre Cordier, Adam Fuss and Floris Neusüss.

 

By using experimental techniques that recall the basic principles of photography – the action of light onto light-sensitive paper – these artists create powerful and engaging images that challenge the belief that a camera is necessary to create a photograph.

 

The publication was produced to celebrate the Shadow Catchers exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London (October 2010 – February 2011), and includes essays about each artist and a short introduction to the history of camera-less photography.

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Shadow Catchers

Read more

28 x 25cm, hardback, 192 pages, 100 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-538-5. Published V&A Museum /

Merrell 2010, reprinted 2012.

£39.95Buy now

Shadow Catchers by Martin Barnes (Senior Curator of Photographs, V&A Museum, London) examines the work of five camera-less photographers; Susan Derges, Garry Fabian Miller, Pierre Cordier, Adam Fuss and Floris Neusüss.

 

By using experimental techniques that recall the basic principles of photography – the action of light onto light-sensitive paper – these artists create powerful and engaging images that challenge the belief that a camera is necessary to create a photograph.

 

The publication was produced to celebrate the Shadow Catchers exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London (October 2010 – February 2011), and includes essays about each artist and a short introduction to the history of camera-less photography.

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Shadow Catchers

Read more

28 x 25cm, hardback, 192 pages, 100 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-538-5. Published V&A Museum /

Merrell 2010, reprinted 2012.

£39.95Buy now

Shadow Catchers by Martin Barnes (Senior Curator of Photographs, V&A Museum, London) examines the work of five camera-less photographers; Susan Derges, Garry Fabian Miller, Pierre Cordier, Adam Fuss and Floris Neusüss.

 

By using experimental techniques that recall the basic principles of photography – the action of light onto light-sensitive paper – these artists create powerful and engaging images that challenge the belief that a camera is necessary to create a photograph.

 

The publication was produced to celebrate the Shadow Catchers exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London (October 2010 – February 2011), and includes essays about each artist and a short introduction to the history of camera-less photography.

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