IMAGINING EVERYDAY LIFE, engagements with vernacular photography

: Campt (T.) et al eds.

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432pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Göttingen, 2020

A survey of the field of vernacular photography, from identification portraits of California migrant workers, physique photographs that circulated underground in queer communities, to commemorative military albums from Louisiana to Vietnam. Many of the objects and images, are from the holdings of the Walther Collection.

Includes the essay "Photographs on the Edge of History: genre, time, and conquest in southern Africa" by Patricia Hayes.