Issue: 19560303

Saturday, March 3, 1956
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Table Of Contents
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masthead
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Masthead
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ESSAY
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the 4 R's and the cave man
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When all else failed, photography has done it. Photography has turned civilization back to cave man days. We are all dead certain that man has progressed since those dim unrecorded days when man first picked up a club and clobbered an usherette into giving him and his wife and his statistical 19¼ children seats at the movies.
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THE EDUCATION OF PICTURE MINDED PHOTOGRAPHERS
A Symposium / Part I
TEACHING PHOTOGRAPHY
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WALTER ROSENBLUM
Nowadays there isn’t a child who is unfamiliar with the magic of the little black box. When this child matures, the movies provide him with the image of a "Life" photographer darting around the world in his "private-eye" trenchcoat, handsome, well paid, with a blonde on each arm, living it up from Casablanca to the Antarctic.
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THE EDUCATION OF PICTURE MINDED PHOTOGRAPHERS
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PHOTOGRAPHY AT OHIO UNIVERSITY
The Bachelor Degree
The Master of Arts Degree
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CLARENCE WHITE
The idea of combining a college education with a thorough training in photography must have been in the minds of a number of people in different parts of the United States for many years, but it is to a small group of students at Ohio University that the credit must go!
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THE EDUCATION OF PICTURE MINDED PHOTOGRAPHERS
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PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
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JEROME LIEBLING
The integrity for photography that Alfred Stieglitz so eloquently voiced has, in a measure, come about, and photography today has a better status than ever before as a recognized and respected art form. The fact that the Museum of Modern Art established a Department of Photography and that the names of Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Walker Evans, Paul Strand and Edward Weston are known to us is part of this recognition.
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THE EDUCATION OF PICTURE MINDED PHOTOGRAPHERS
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THE PHOTO SHORT COURSES
The Students
The Faculty
The Curriculum
The Future of the Short Course
Why Go to a Short Course?
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VINCENT JONES
They come from all of the 48 states—and Canada. Most of them come on company time, and at company expense. Far too many of them come on their own time, their own money. They come from newspapers large and small, from magazines, from the photographic departments of giant corporations, from the armed forces and government agencies, and from tiny little free lance shops of the Mom-and-Pop variety.
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Fredrick Sommer: Collages Of Found Objects / Six Photographs With reactions by several people.
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Fredrick Sommer makes no concessions to the casual observer in his photographs. He packs every bit of picture space with significance of one kind or another. Consequently a superficial glance at his pictures reveals about as much as a locked trunk of its contents.
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BOOK REVIEWS
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Helmut and Allison Gernsheim / THE HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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Minor White
The number of books on the history of photography published in English is so low that one would think that the subject is unpopular. This fine, fat, generous history by the Gernsheim's, in Britain, brings the number to three. The one by Lucia Maholy, published in 1939 gives a brief bird's-eye view; the one by Beaumont Newhall deals mainly with the picture making side of photography and the esthetics of same.
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Book Reviews
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MEDITERRANEAN CITIES
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MEDITERRANEAN CITIES is a handsome book. Beautifully printed, the quality of the reproductions speaks well for the Stamperia Valdonega in Verona. The 29 poems by Edwin Denby are descriptive and if one wishes to evaluate them it must be on the basis of a profusion of images that are more or less successful in evoking the essence of the various cities.
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advertisement
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Back Cover
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Back Cover
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