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A New American Photographic Dream: Us Today After Gilles Verneret

A New American Photographic Dream: Us Today After

Gilles Verneret

Published on the occasion of the 2010 Lyon Biennial of Photography, A New American Photographic Dream focuses on contemporary photography in the United States. The theme of this biennial explores the leading role that the United States continues toMorePublished on the occasion of the 2010 Lyon Biennial of Photography, A New American Photographic Dream focuses on contemporary photography in the United States. The theme of this biennial explores the leading role that the United States continues to occupy in the global cultural imagination, for better and for worse. It highlights the work of 20 contemporary photographers: Paul Fusco, Nina Berman, Andrew Bush, Elinor Carucci, Jessica Dimmock, Terry Evans, Brad Harris, Elisabeth Heyert, Todd Hido, Alex S. Maclean, Luis Mallo, Suzanne Opton, Victoria Sambunaris, Martin Schoeller, Paul Shambroom, Alec Soth, Andrea Stern, Jonathan Torgovnik, Jeffrey A. Wolin and Katherine Wolkoff. The role that America has played in the development of modern photography is examined critically in essays
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Published on the occasion of the 2010 Lyon Biennial of Photography, A New American Photographic Dream focuses on contemporary photography in the United States. The theme of this biennial explores the leading role that the United States continues toMorePublished on the occasion of the 2010 Lyon Biennial of Photography, A New American Photographic Dream focuses on contemporary photography in the United States. The theme of this biennial explores the leading role that the United States continues to occupy in the global cultural imagination, for better and for worse. It highlights the work of 20 contemporary photographers: Paul Fusco, Nina Berman, Andrew Bush, Elinor Carucci, Jessica Dimmock, Terry Evans, Brad Harris, Elisabeth Heyert, Todd Hido, Alex S. Maclean, Luis Mallo, Suzanne Opton, Victoria Sambunaris, Martin Schoeller, Paul Shambroom, Alec Soth, Andrea Stern, Jonathan Torgovnik, Jeffrey A. Wolin and Katherine Wolkoff. The role that America has played in the development of modern photography is examined critically in essays by Jean-Louis Poitevin, Gilles Verneret and Gilles Morat.