Writing Art History Since 2002

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It is by now a commonplace that photography evokes questions about memory and truth. The once blithe confidence in the medium has taken many knocks, not only since it became clear that photographs could be manipulated in darkrooms (and more recently, by anyone with a computer), but more pertinently since postmodernism heralded a general crisis in the (im)possibilities of representation as such.


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