Issue: 19700101

Thursday, January 1, 1970
Spring 1970
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Aperture
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masthead
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Aperture
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French primitive photography
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Minor White
André Jammes
Robert Sobieszek
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Introduction
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Minor White
Collecting the images of the early photographers has been the passion of André Jammes for years. We owe him gratitude for his efforts to retain the first full flowering of photography a century ago. For though photography was born or invented in both England and France at the same time, it was France that the muse of photography first graced.
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Historical Commentary
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Robert Sobieszek
Public pictures by the camera were first made during the last months of 1839, but neither these very early works nor subsequent photographs generated from a vacuum. Picture making was as revolutionized by the camera as was the photograph a part of current pictorial sensibilities.
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commentary and catalogue
French Primitive Photography
“Exactly repeatable pictorial statements"
Conflicting Aspects of a New Art
The World, A New Portrait
Faces of Mankind
List of Works Lent to the Exhibition by the George Eastman House
List of Works Lent to the Exhibition by the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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André Jammes
The unusual expression "primitive photography" requires a definition; while it is obviously easy to give a title to an exhibition, it is more difficult to justify it. French primitive photographers flourished during a relatively brief period, roughly from 1850 to 1865 allowing exceptions for forerunners and latecomers.
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Photograph by Nathan Lyons.
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Photograph by Aaron Siskind.
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Photograph by Charles Pratt.
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Photographed from APOLLO 11
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Advertisement
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Back Cover
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Back Cover
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