Now that this first part of the course is pretty much at an end it is now time to include a bibliography of all the texts and sources I have consulted throughout the last ten months. Not all of these are directly related to the exercises or research for projects and assignments. Nevertheless I have included these unrelated materials because I consulted them while doing the course and even if not directly referenced in any of the course work blog entries they have nevertheless had some impact on me and my thinking. At school and when a student I was always encouraged to “read around the subject” and these extra materials continue that practice.
Some of the books I have not read in full, particularly those not directly related to the course, but have been dipped into from time to time for ideas and inspiration.
Inevitably there will be things that I have forgotten to add to this list but I am confident I have included most of my reference sources. There are a few sources cited in the course material that do not appear in this list because I was not actually able to gain access to them. Some seemed just to be bad links.
Azoulay, A, (2012). The Civil Imagination: A Political Ontology of Photography. New York: Verso.
Badger, G, (2007). The Genius of Photography: How photography has changed our lives. London: Quadrille Publishing Limited.
Barthes, R, (2000). Camera Lucida. London: Vintage.
Benjamin, W. (1931). A short history of photography. Literarische Welt 18.9, 25.9, & 2.10.31 (reprinted in Screen, vol.13, issue 1, 1.3.72. Glasgow: University of Glasgow.)
Berger, J, (2013). Understanding a Photograph. London: Penguin.
Berger, J, (1972). Ways of Seeing. London: Penguin.
Dodd, L (ed), (2015). Jane Bown: A Lifetime of Looking. London: Guardian Books and Faber & Faber
Bright, S, (2005). Art Photography Now. London: Thames & Hudson.
Campany, D, (2012). Art and Photography. London: Phaidon.
Casper, J, (ed), (2017). The Best of LensCulture Vol. 1. Amsterdam: Schilt Publishing.
Cartier-Bresson, H, (2014). The Decisive Moment. Göttingen: Steidl.
Cartier-Bresson, H, (1999). The Mind’s Eye: Writings on Photography and Photographers. New York: Aperture Foundation.
Cheroux, C, (2014). A bible for photographers. Göttingen: Steidl
Childerley, Z, (2016) The Debatable Lands. High Green: VARC
Clarke, G, (1997). The Photograph. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Cotton, C, (2014). The Photograph as Contemporary Art. London: Thames & Hudson
Dexter, J (ed), (1994). Ansel Adams: The National Park Service Photographs. New York: Abbeville Press
Diprose, G & Robins, J (2012). Photography: The New Basics (Principles, Techniques and Practice). London: Thames & Hudson
Dyer, G, (2005). The Ongoing Moment: A Book about Photography. Edinburgh: Canongate
Evans, W, (2016). American Photographs. New York: The Museum of Modern Art
Fink, L, (2014). On Composition and Improvisation. New York: Aperture
Fowles, J, (2016), p.37. The Tree. Toller Fratrum: Little Toller Books.
Fox, D, (2016). Pretentiousness. London: Fitzcarraldo Editions.
Flusser, V, (2000). Towards a Philosophy of Photography. London: Reaktion Books.
Frank, R (2016). The Americans. Göttingen: Steidl
Franklin, S, (2016). The Documentary Impulse. London: Phaidon.
Fulford, J, & Halpern, G, (eds) (2014). The Photographer’s Playbook. New York: Aperture.
Ginsburg, A , (1955). Howl and Other Poems. San Francisco: City Lights.
Godfrey, M & Serota, N (2011). Gerhard Richter: Panorama. London: Tate
la Grange, A, (2006). Basic Critical Theory for Photographers. Oxford: Focal Press.
Godwin, F, (2001). Landmarks. Stockport: Dewi Lewis Publishing
Hill, P, (2004). Approaching Photography (2nd ed). London:Photographer’s Institute Press.
Jeffery, I, (2008). How to Read a Photograph: Understanding, Interpreting and Enjoying the Great Photographers. London:Thames & Hudson
Kawauchi, R (2012). Illuminance, Ametsuchi, Seeing Shadow. Kyoto: Seigensha Art Publishing
Koudelka, J (2014). Exiles. New York: Aperture
Koudelka, J (2008). Invasion Pragure 68. London: Thames & Hudson
Klein, W, (2016). Life is Good & Good for You in New York. New York:Errata Editions
Lavrentiev, A(1995). Alexander Rodchenko: Photography 1924-1954. Köln: Könemann.
Marshall, R, (1988). Robert Mapplethorpe. London: Secker & Warburg
Mod, C & Rubin, D, (2016). Koya Bound: Eight days on the Kumano Kodo. Tokyo: self published
Mora, G, (2017). William Gedney: Only the Lonely, 1955-1984. Austin: University of Texas Press
Parr, M (2013). The Non-Conformists. New York: Aperture.
Phillips, T (1992) Works and Texts. London: Royal Academy of Arts
Prodger, P (ed) (2016). William Eggleston Portraits. London:National Portrait Gallery
Ray-Jones, T, (2013). American Colour 1962-1965. London: MACK
Shore, S, (2007). The Nature of Photographs. London: Phaidon.
Sontag, S, (1979). On Photography. London: Penguin.
Soth, A, (2017). Sleeping by the Mississippi. London: Mack.
Weaver, M (ed), (1989). The Art of Photography. London: The Royal Academy of Arts.
Whelan, R & Capa, C (eds) (1985). Robert Capa: Photographs. London: Faber & Faber
Specific Internet Articles
British Journal of Photography (specifically Issue 7862, August 2017)
Digital Camera (specifically issue 172, January 2016)
Splash and Grab
Allen, W, (1977). Annie Hall.
Auerbach, J (2016). 20 Sites n Years: A film by Jake Auerbach
Coppola, F.F. (2001). Apocalypse Now Redux.
Greenaway, P. (1985). A Zed and Two Noughts.
Kubrick, S. (1968). 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Spielberg, S. (2002). Minority Report.
Tarkovsky, A. (1983). Nostalgia.
Tarkovsky, A. (1972). Solaris.
Tarkovsky, A. (1979). Stalker.
Tarkovsky, A. (1986). The Sacrifice.
Villeneuve, D. (2016). Arrival.
Wong, Kar-Wai. (1994). Chungking Express.
Wong, Kar-Wai. (2000). In the mood for love.
Wong, Kar-Wai. (2004). 2046.