RACAR : Revue d'art canadienne

Volume 39, Number 2, 2014 Photography and War La photographie et la guerre Guest-edited by Laura Brandon and Carol Payne

Table of contents (15 articles)

  • Editorial Note / Mot de l’équipe de rédaction
  • Guest Editors’ Introduction: Photography at War / Introduction au dossier : la photographie à la guerre
  • Double Exposure: Photography and the Great War Paintings of Frank Johnston, Arthur Lismer, and Frederick Varley
  • War, Lies, and the News Photo: Second World War Photographic Propaganda in PM’s Weekly (1940–1941)
  • Walid Raad’s Double Bind: The Atlas Group Project, 1989–2004
  • Photographing the War in Afghanistan: An Interview with Louie Palu
  • The Art of War: Painted Photographs and Australia’s “War on Terror”
  • The Day Nobody Died, War Photography, and the Violence of the Image
  • The Canadian Forces Artists Program
  • Recensions / Reviews

    1. Dora Apel, War Culture and the Contest of Images, Newark, NJ, Rutgers University Press, 2012, 272 pp., 45 black-and-white illustrations, $29.95, ISBN-13: 97808135539487
    2. War/Photography: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, (11 November 2012–3 February 2013), The Annenberg Space for Photography (23 March– 2 June 2013), Corcoran Gallery of Art (29 June–29 September 2013), Brooklyn Museum (8 November 2013–2 February 2014) / Anne Wilkes Tucker and Will Michels, with Natalie Zelt; with contributions by Liam Kennedy, Hilary Roberts, John Stauffer, Bodo von Dewitz, Jeff Hunt, and Natalie Zeldin, War/Photography: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2012. Distributed by Yale University Press, 612 pp., 179 colour and 364 b/w illustrations, $90, ISBN: 9780300177381
    3. Clash: Conflict and its Consequences. Curated by Andrea Kunard; the National Gallery of Canada, 1 February to 21 April 2013 (extended until 1 August 2013)
    4. La Grande Guerre. Le pouvoir d’influence de la photographie / The Great War: The Persuasive Power of Photography, Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, Ottawa, 27 juin 2014–16 novembre 2014
    5. Greg A. Hill, Candice Hopkins et Christine Lalonde (dir.), Sakahàn : Art indigène international, catalogue d’exposition, Ottawa, Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, 2013, 285 p., 39.95 $, ISBN : 978-0-88884-913-7
    6. John Ruskin: Artist and Observer, National Gallery of Canada, 14 February–11 May 2014 and Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 4 July–29 September 2014 / Christopher Newall, ed., John Ruskin: Artist and Observer, exhibition catalogue, National Portrait Gallery of Scotland and National Gallery of Canada, Paul Holberton Publishing, London, 2014, Paperback, 376 pp., 150 colour illustrations, $65, ISBN-10: 190737257, ISBN-13: 978-1907372575

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