Sources and Bibliography

On Landscape Review – Bibligography

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Bibliography

Websites

Books

  • STARKEY, H. KULLMANN, I. JOBEY, L, 2007. Hannah Starkey, Photographs 1997-2007. Gottingen : Steidl
  • HUNTER, T. WIGGINS, C. CHEVALIER, T, 2005. Tom Hunter; Living in hell and other stories. London: National Gallery
  • DUVE, T. PELENC, A. GROYS, B, 1996. Jeff Wall. London: Phaidon Press
  • DICORCIA, P-L, 2003. A Storybook Life. Santa Fe, NM : Twin Palms publishers
  • Leaflets and information from talks at the Jerwood Space, Purdy Hicks Gallery, Guest Projects and Roman Road

Journals

  • SOURCE, 2013. Issue 75, Summer
  • SOURCE, 2013. Issue 76, Autumn

Resources 2014

Reading List

  • Barthes, R. Camera Lucida, Vintage (1993)
  • Marien, Mary Warner. Photography: A Cultural History, Laurence King (2006)
  • Rose, G. Visual Methodologies: An Introduction to the Interpretation of Visual Methods, Sage Publications Ltd (2006)
  • Shore, S. The Nature of Photographs: a Primer, Phaidon Press Ltd (2007)
  • Sontag, S. On Photography, Penguin, (1977)
  • Stott, R. Snaith, A. Rylance R. Making Your Case: A Practical Guide to Essay Writing, Longman (2001)
  • Wells, L. (Ed.) A Critical Introduction Routledge 4th Edition (2009)

 

Websites/Blogs

http://cupofpea.blogspot.com  Cup of Pea, Rasmus Vasli

http://littlebrownmushroom.wordpress.com/ Little Brown Mushroom, Alec Soth

http://www.lenscratch.com/ Lenscratch

http://seesawmagazine.com/ Seesaw Magazine

http://untitledcereal.com/ Untitled Cereal

http://blog.magnumphotos.com/ Magnum Blog

http://www.ilovethatphoto.net/ I Love That Photo

http://elizabethavedon.blogspot.com/  Elizabeth Avedon

http://horsesthink.com/  Horses Think

 

Tate OnlineBlogs and channel

The blogs and channel section of Tate online features:

  • Pictures
  • Blogs
  • Articles
  • Audio
  • Apps
  • Artwork
  • Press releases

 

After reviewing articles that we had been given, our tutors asked us to find our own resource to review; this could be an article, blogpost, video, audio file etc. from the Tate website. We then had to come up with 4 questions to answer looking at the material we were using.