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Dushko Petrovich

IMG MGMT Returns Tomorrow

by Whitney Kimball on November 14, 2013
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Our IMG MGMT essay series returns tomorrow. Don’t underestimate its continuing significance.

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#Longreads: The Surprisingly Old Art of Photo Fakery

by Paddy Johnson on October 19, 2012
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“You can do anything in photography if you can get away with it.” wrote Paul Strand, a photographer who in 1915, painted out a figure that cluttered the composition of “City Hall Park.” That quote appears somewhere in the middle of Dushko Petrovich’s essay on the history of digital photography, and I love it. It speaks to the philosophy that the quality of the image should dictate its form, which even in the context of image manipulation, is its own kind of artistic purity

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by Dushko Petrovich and Roger White on May 10, 2011

Here at AFC we’ve often asked ourselves the question, What Does Art Criticism need? According to Roger White and Dushko Petrovich true transformation of the form will involve paywalls, platinum memberships and critiscope experience. Put your art visors on because you’re about to experience ARTSCENTER TALKSOURCE (the proposal).

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