Stephen Frailey: Looking at Photography

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Stephen Frailey

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Inspired by John Szarkowski’s 1973 Looking at Photographs, and paying homage to the concept of the one hundred images and a page of text for each, Stephen Frailey now updates this classic with significant works of photography from early 80s to the present. Looking at Photography covers all genres of photography, and through discussing the process of the individual works Frailey – as photographer, editor and educator – articlulates the themes and sensibilities of contemporary photography. The book is illustrated with major works by acclaimed artists such as Tina Barney, Jeff Wall, Steven Meisel, Nan Goldin, Helmut Newton, Martin Parr, Tim Walker, Wolfgang Tillmans, among others.

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Weight 1024 g
Dimensions 20.7 x 24.7 cm
Publisher name Damiani Editore
Publication date 1 June 2020
Number of pages 200
Format Hardback
Dimensions 20.7 x 24.7 cm
Weight 1024 g
Stephen Frailey studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and received his BA from Bennington College. He has had solo exhibitions at 303 Gallery and the Julie Saul Gallery and group exhibitions in New York at the Museum of Modern Art, and the International Center for Photography, as well as at the National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC. His work has appeared as portfolios or been reviewed in publications such as the New York Times, Arts Magazine, Artforum, New Yorker, and the Paris Review. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Art, Houston; the International Center for Photography, New York; and the Princeton University Art Museum. He has been Chair of the Photography Department at New York's School of Visual Arts since 1998 and is also the Co-Chair of the MPS Fashion Photography Program at the School of Visual Arts. In 2003, he founded the Auction for Photographic Education in Afghanistan to create a photography department at Kabul University. He is the co-founder of the Art+Commerce Festival in New York. In 2007 he founded the photography magazine Dear Dave, and is its Editor in Chief.