Surfaces and Strategies: Bibliography


Weston, Edward (1965), Edited by Nancy Newhall, The Flame of Recognition, Aperture Foundation, New York, Pg 28, 29, 49, 77

Daro Montag:

Heikki Leis: 


Baal-Teshuva, Jacob, (2003), Rothko, TASCHEN GmbH, Koln. Pg 14, 47, 58, 80

David Campany (A handful of Dust)

Frederick Sommer:

Man Ray:

Abstract Expressionists:

Hess, Barbara (2005), Abstract Expressionism, TASCHEN GmbH, Koln, Pg 19, 31, 53, 71

Sophie Calle:

Photographers Sketchbooks:

Mclaren, Stephen and Formhals, Bryan, (2014), Photographers Sketchbooks, Thames & Hudson Ltd, London

Naoya Hatakeyama:

Momento Mori:

Stephen Gill: 

Andres Serrano:



Additional Reading:

Sontag, S. (2008). On photography. London: Penguin Books.

Barthes, R. (2000). Camera lucida. London: Vintage.

Higgins, J. (2013). Why it does not have to be in focus. London: Quarto Publishing plc.

Juniper, A. (2010). Wabi sabi: the Japanese art of impermanence. Tokyo [etc.]: Tuttle Publishing.

Cotton, C. (2009). The photograph as contemporary art. London: Thames & Hudson.

Cotton, C. (2015). Photography is magic. New York: Aperture.

Rexer, L. (2013). The edge of vision. New York, N.Y.: Aperture.

Hunter, F., Fuqua, P. and Biver, S. (2015). Light – science & magic. Walthan, MA: Focal Press.

Antonini, M., Minniti, S., Gómez, F., Lungarella, G. and Bendandi, L. (2016). Experimental photography. London: Thames & Hudson.

Lucy Soutter. (2018). Why Art Photography?. Abingdon: Routledge.


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