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Title Only skin deep : changing visions of the American self / edited by Coco Fusco and Brian Wallis.

Publication Info. New York : International Center of Photography in association with Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, [2003]


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 Mansfield, Main Library - Adult Nonfiction  779.20973 ONLY    Check Shelf
Description 416 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
Contents Racial time, racial marks, racial metaphors / Coco Fusco -- The theoretical status of the concept of race / Howard Winant -- I. LOOKING UP/LOOKING DOWN -- The traffic in photographs / Allan Sekula -- The shadow and the substance: race, photography and the index / Nicholas Mirzoeff -- Looking for empire in the U.S. colonial archive / Javier Morillo-Alicea -- II. ASSIMILATE/IMPERSONATE -- Black bodies, white science: Louis Agassiz's slave daguerreotypes / Brian Wallis -- Prairie pinups: reconsidering historic portraits of American Indian women / Aleta M. Ringlero -- No-movies: the art of false documents / C. Ondine Chavoya -- III. HUMANIZE/FETISHIZE -- Skin head sex thing: racial difference and the homoerotic imaginary / Kobena Mercer -- The consumption of lynching images / Leigh Raiford -- Exposure / Deborah Willis -- IV. ALL FOR ONE/ONE FOR ALL -- On the matter of whiteness / Richard Dyer -- Autonomy and the archive in America: reexamining the intersection of photography and stereotype / Lauri Firstenberg -- Toyo Miyatake and "our world" / Karin Higa -- Passing likeness: Dorothea Lange's "migrant mother" and the paradox of iconicity / Sally Stein -- V. PROGRESS/REGRESS -- Where truth ends and fantasy begins: postcards from the South Pacific / Caroline Vercoe -- Morphologies: race as a visual technology / Jennifer González.
Subject Portrait photography -- United States -- Exhibitions.
Race awareness -- United States -- Pictorial works -- Exhibitions.
Added Author Fusco, Coco.
Wallis, Brian, 1953-
ISBN 0810946351
0810991659 paperback
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