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Photography and the Art Market
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Juliet Hacking Dr. Penelope Curtis
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Photography and the Art Market

Juliet Hacking Dr. Penelope Curtis


9781848221482

Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd


Art: financial aspects;
Photography & photographs


Hardback

192 pages

$74.99
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The first part of this essential handbook provides an art-business analysis of the market for art photography and explains how to navigate it. The second is an art-historical account of the evolution of art photography from a marginal to a core component of the international fine-art scene. In tracing the emergence of a robust art-world subsystem for art photography, sustaining both significant art-world presence and strong trade, the book shows the solid foundations on which today's international market is built, examines how that market is evolving, and points to future developments. This pioneering handbook is a must-read for scholars, students, curators, dealers, photographers, private collectors, institutional buyers, and other arts professionals.

By:   Juliet Hacking
Series edited by:   Dr. Penelope Curtis
Imprint:   Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 244mm,  Width: 172mm, 
ISBN:   9781848221482
ISBN 10:   1848221487
Series:   Handbooks in International Art Business
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   September 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Contents: Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part One: Navigating the Market for Art Photography: Chapter 1: Buyer Aware; Chapter 2: Authenticity and Ethics; Chapter 3: Buying; Chapter 4: Keeping and Selling; Chapter 5: Analysing the Market; Chapter 6: Investing, Monetising, Speculating; Part Two: How Photography Became Art: Chapter 7: A New Way to Make Pictures, 1839-1889; Chapter 8: The Modern, 1890-1940; Chapter 9: Art and Society, 1940-1968; Chapter 10: The Photo Boom, 1969-1980; Chapter 11: The Postmodern, 1981-1999; Chapter 12: The Contemporary, 2000 to Now; Conclusion; Appendix; Bibliography; Index

Juliet Hacking is Subject Leader in Photography at Sotheby's Institute of Art, London and was formerly Head of the Photographs Department at Sotheby's auction house, London. Her previous publications include Lives of the Great Photographers (2015) and Photography: The Whole Story (ed. 2012).


Published by Lund Humphries, Photography and the Art Market charts the transition of photographs created for aesthetic ends from a hobbyist pastime to a core component of the international fine art scene. --Feature, Photo Archive News

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