Studies in Photography 2019 Journal (Edition I)
Studies in Photography 2019 Journal (Edition I)

Studies in Photography 2019 Journal (Edition I)


New issue of journal Studies in Photography 2019 Edition I produced by The Scottish Society for the History of Photography.

This edition of Studies in Photography launches their two-part exploration of collecting and collections. If we are to encourage individuals to take up a career in art we also need to encourage collectors to consider investing in photography. The problem of preserving for posterity is something that every photographer and collector must eventually consider.

Magazine style journal featuring articles on Sylwia Kowalczyk, contemporary Polish photographer, the MacKinnon Collection; Private to Public Collection and a case study on Scottish photographer Chick Chalmers works in which focuses on the theme of collections and collecting.

Also featured are reviews on photography book titled Women, Children and Men by Hannah Starkey | Photographs 1997 – 2017 and exhibition Self Evidence: photographs by Woodman, Arbus and Mapplethorpe, Scottish National Portrait Gallery.

The Scottish Society for the History of Photography has been delivering a remarkable series of events, lectures, articles and scholarly texts on the world of historic and contemporary photography since 1986.

This issue of Studies in Photography discuss the current role of Photography in our society introducing the conversation with features as Higher Vision, Photography of Protest and Community and Camera culture and magazine culture.

Join the SSHoP team to celebrate the launch of Studies in Photography 2019 Journal (Edition I) on Thursday 11 July 6.30-8pm at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery shop. Live jazz, complimentary glass of wine and 15%* off in the shop too. Co-editor of the journal Robin Gillanders, will give a short talk about Chick Chalmers whose work features in this edition of the journal. *T&Cs apply. Please see event page.

Online orders of the Journal will be sent after the launch event.

  • Size 21 x 29.5 x 1 cm
  • Authors The Scottish Society for the History of Photography (SSHOP)

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