BJA: Symposium on Michael Fried’s “Why Photography Matters as Art as Never Before”

We thought some of you would like to know that the current issue of the British Journal of Aesthetics includes a symposium on Michael Fried’s Why Photography Matters as Art as Never Before (Yale University Press, 2008). It consists of responses to Fried’s book from Weston Naef and Stephen Mulhall, followed by a reply from Fried. To access the essays in HTML or PDF format, please click on the appropriate links below. To access the table of contents for this issue of the BJA (Vol. 51, No. 1), please click here.

Symposium on Michael Fried: Why Photography Matters as Art as Never Before

Weston Naef
Remarks on Chapter One: Three Beginnings
Brit J Aesthetics 2011 51: 89-94; doi:10.1093/aesthj/ayq049 [Full Text] [PDF] 

Stephen Mulhall
A Critical Commentary
Brit J Aesthetics 2011 51: 95-98; doi:10.1093/aesthj/ayq048 [Full Text] [PDF] 

Michael Fried
Reply to Naef and Mulhall
Brit J Aesthetics 2011 51: 99-101; doi:10.1093/aesthj/ayq050 [Full Text] [PDF]

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