In the years immediately following World War II, the artistic conventions for photography shifted away from direct representation toward both abstraction, as in the case of Siskind, or themes of alienation, like those found in Robert Frank's Americans

history

Description

In the years immediately following World War II, the artistic conventions for photography shifted away from direct representation toward both abstraction, as in the case of Siskind, or themes of alienation, like those found in Robert Frank's Americans. Please discuss one of these two tendencies in the context of Cold War politics the midcentury economic boom. Focus on shifting conceptions of photographic truth and the political value of appearances.

Instruction Files

Related Questions in history category


Disclaimer
The ready solutions purchased from Library are already used solutions. Please do not submit them directly as it may lead to plagiarism. Once paid, the solution file download link will be sent to your provided email. Please either use them for learning purpose or re-write them in your own language. In case if you haven't get the email, do let us know via chat support.