Perfect Likeness: Photography and Composition
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This fully illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition by the same name, with an essay by the exhibition’s curator Russell Ferguson. Ferguson discusses the rise and fall of the pictorial in photography in the early 20th century and how by midcentury the spontaneous style of street photography came to dominate the medium. Perfect Likeness looks at the renewed interest since the late 1970s in photography as a form of autonomous picture-making, which has inevitably led to a new focus on pictorial composition.