Bibliography June 2019 

Bibliography.

Drawing :

Petherbridge, D., 2010. The primacy of drawing: histories and theories of practiceYale University Press.

Cennino d’Andrea Cennini.  1933. The Craftsman’s Handbook: Il Libro dell’ArteEdThompson, D.V., Publisher. New Haven.

Cain, P., 2010. Drawing: The enactive evolution of the practitionerIntellect Books.

Malsen, M. and Southern, J., 2011. Drawing Projects-An Exploration of the Language of Drawing.Black Dog Publishing. 

Hockney.D. Secret Knowledge.Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters. David Hockney. Thames and Hudson, London, 2001 

Berger, J; Savage, Jim2nd ed. 2007Berger on drawing. Aghabullogue, Co.Cork: Occasional Press,

Pergam, Elizabeth A., editor2015 Drawing in the twenty-first century: the politics and poetics of contemporary practice Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, Price, M. ed., 2013. Vitamin D2: new perspectives in drawing. Phaidon Press Limited.

Kovats, Tania. 2007 The drawing book: a survey of drawing – the primary means of expressionPublished London: Black Dog, 

Ruskin, John,1991; The elements of drawing. Cook, E. T. (Edward Tyas)Wedderburn, AlexanderDunstan, Bernard, 1920-Illustrated ed London 

Garner, Steve. 2008Writing on drawing: essays on drawing practice and research Bristol: Intellect Books

Tauris. I. B., 2007. Drawing now: between the lines of contemporary art. An exhibition in book form, this showcase of the best of drawing now features 100 works by almost 50 artists including Susan Hauptman, Paul Noble, Jeff Gabel, Tracey Emin, Jane Harris, Erwin Wurm, Cornelia Parker and 2004 Jerwood Drawing Prize winner Sarah Woodfine. London

Craig-Martin, Michael.Drawing the line: reappraising drawing, past and present.Southampton Art Gallery; South Bank Centre London: The South Bank Centre, 1995

Photography

Scharf, A., 1974. Art and photographyPenguin. Berger, J., 2013. Understanding a photograph. Penguin UK. Phillips, S.S. ed., 2010. Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance, and the Camera. Tate Pub.Sandra PhillipsVoyeurism and it’s affinities from the beginning of photography. Keller, J., 1993. 

Walker Evans and many are called:Shooting blind.History of Photography17(2), pp.152-165. Angier, Roswell. 2007 Train your gaze: a practical and theoretical introduction to portrait photography Lausanne: AVA Academia. 

Ford.C. 2004.  A Pre-Raphaelite partnership: Dante Gabriel Rossetti and John Robert Parsons. Burlington magazine .  May 2004, No. 1214 – Vol 146 

   Printmaking and drawing and photography 

McCausland, E., 2017. Kathe kollwitz-Portrait of the Artist printmaker. IKON and British Museum CatalogueParnassus.

Pelzer-Montada. R.2018. Perspectives on contemporary printmaking.  Published Manchester University Press, 

Prelinger, E., Kollwitz, K., Comini, A. and Bachert, H., 1992. Käthe Kollwitz: National Gallery of Art, Washington (3.5.-16.8. 1992). Yale University Press

Tate Vija Celmins video interviewhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbA5qTOB1mI(May 2018)

Varnedoe.K. 2002 Chuck Close. Blood Sweat and Tears.534 W,25thSt NY

Chuck Close interviews Vija Celmins Artspacehttps://www.artspace.com/magazine/interviews_features/book_report/chuck-close-in-conversation-with-vija-celmins-about-her-dense-yet-infinite-drawings-54732(May 2018)

Stephen Coppel, Catherine Daunt, Susan Tallman. 2017.  The American Dream– British Museum, Thames and Hudson 

Barthes, R. and Howard, R., 1987. Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography.New York: Hill and Wang. 

Printmaking techniqueshttps://www.handprinted.co.uk/(February 2019)

Morton, M., 2017. Max Klinger and Wilhelmine Culture: On the Threshold of German Modernism. Routledge.  

Benson, R. 2008. The printed picture

‘The Printed Picture’ traces the changing technology of picture-making from the Renaissance to the present, focusing on the vital role of images in multiple copies. Published New York: Museum of Modern Art

Saatchi Gallery. 2001 I am a cameraLondon: Booth-Clibborn

Abbott, B, 2010.  Engaged observers: documentary photography since the sixtiesJ. Paul Getty Museum. Los Angeles, Calif. 

Ed. Feldman, F; Schellmann, J, 1988. Andy Warhol prints: a catalogue raisonné. New York: Ronald Feldman Fine Arts,

Hoskins, Steve.  2001Water-based screenprinting London: A. & C. Black.

Eichenberg, F. 1976.The art of the print: masterpieces, history, techniques. London: Thames and Hudson.

Portraiture 

Mullins, C.2015.Picturing people: the new state of the art

 London: Thames & Hudson

Malbert, R, 2015.Drawing people: the human figure in contemporary art

London: Thames and Hudson

Woodall, J. ed., 1997. Portraiture: Facing the subject.Manchester University Press.

Cumming, L., 2009. A face to the world: On self-portraits.HarperCollins UK.

Zöllner, F., 2000. Leonardo da Vinci,1452-1519. Taschen.

Thompson, D.V., 1933. The Craftsman’s Handbook: Il Libro dell’ArteCennino d’Andrea Cennini. New Haven.

Elena, C., 2016 Interview with Jenny Saville.   Huffington post 

Greenwood, W,. 2016.Central Islamic lands at the museum of art in Doha.The New Arab https://www.alaraby.co.uk/english/society/2016/7/26/images-and-idols-the-figurative-in-islamic-art(2018)

Van Kruiselbergen, A., 2013. Breakfast with LucianGeordie Greig.

Feaver, W,. 2002. Lucian Freud.Catalogue. Tate Publishing 

Francis Bacon. Use of Photographyhttp://francis-bacon.com/life/family-friends-sitters(June 2019)

Schama, S.1999. Rembrandt’s eyes (p. 329). New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 

The Vasari Corridor & its Self-Portrait Collection

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_self-portraits_in_the_Uffizi_Gallery(June 2019)

Gilden, B,.  2015.  Face.Photographer. Stockport: Dewi Lewis Publishing

 

Brilliant, R. 1991.  Portraiture London: Reaktion,

Philosophy, Historical Context 

Guilbaut, S.1985. How New York stole the idea of modern art: abstract expressionism, freedom, and the Cold War. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press

Kholeif, O, editor. 2015You are here: art after the Internet Manchester: Cornerhouse/SPACE

Trodd, T,2011. Screen/space: the projected image in contemporary art. Manchester University Press

Sontag, S, 1987.Against interpretation and other essays. London: Deutsch

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 1770-1831; Inwood, Michael, 1944-; Bosanquet, Bernard; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 1770-1831. , 1993 Introductory lectures on aesthetics. London: Penguin.

Matthews, Patricia M.  1997.The significance of beauty: Kant on feeling and the system of the mind. Dordrecht; London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Barnes, Jonathan, 1982.,Aristotle.Oxford University Press

Jolly, M. 2006.Faces of the living dead: the belief in spirit photography. Published London: British Library.

Pallasmaa, J., 2009.  The thinking hand: Existential and embodied wisdom in architecture.Chichester, Wiley.

Harris, J. 2008.  Identitytheft: cultural colonization and contemporary art. Liverpool University Press

Luft, S; Overgaard, S.2012 The Routledge companion to phenomenology

A guide to the key philosophers, topics and themes in phenomenology. The companion is divided into five clear parts: main figures in the phenomenological movement; main topics in phenomenology; phenomenological contributions to philosophy; phenomenological intersections; and a historical postscript. London: Routledge

Moustakas, C., 1994 Phenomenological research methods. Thousand Oaks, Calif.; London: Sage

Moustakas, C. E. 1997. Creative life. New York; London Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Soussloff, C. 2006.   The subject in art: portraiture and the birth of the modern, Duke University Press

Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty; Harasym, Sarah 1980. The post-colonial critic. New York; London: Routledge, 1990

Eggum, A. 1989.Munch and photography. New Haven; London: Yale University Press