History of Blurriness

  • Wolfgang Ullrich
  • Author:  Wolfgang Ullrich
  • Collection:  "FO" Collection
  • Year: 02-07-2012
  • Translator from German: Zhana Tsenova
  • Availability:  In Stock
  • Product Code:  946-01
  • SKU: 09.0049
  • ISBN: 978-619-152-069-5
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But who did not saw it? For several years now, more and more photos have been blurred. Whether in advertising, photojournalism or art photography, there is hardly anything more loved by the soft contour, the blurriness of motion or overexposure. The effects of blurriness, however, are not just fashion; rather, they have a history that began in the nineteenth century.

Wolfgang Ullrich describes this story for the first time. For him, it also gives rise to a deeper reflection on today's concepts of image. What leads to the collection of traditional forms of blurriness into a common aesthetics?

About the Author

Wolfgang Ullrich

Wolfgang Ullrich

Wolfgang Ullrich, born in 1967 in Munich, is Professor of Art Studies and Media Theory at the Karlsruhe School of Art. He received his doctorate in philosophy and art history in 1994. Between 1997 and... Read more

Tags: Photography,Science of Art

Year 02-07-2012
Translator from German: Zhana Tsenova
Pages 248
Size 130/200 мм
Weight 0.282 kg
Collection Колекция "ФО"
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Photography, Science of Art

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