In This Issue…
Image mission statement.
Conversations with Duane Michals….2
Transcript of a dialogue between professor Arnold Gassan, his students, and the photographer Duane Michals.
List of symposium lectures at the Eastman House relating to the exhibition Photo Eye of the 20s.
Beaumont Newhall's Kulturpreis….10
Beaumont Newhall, Director of George Eastman House, received the 1970 Culture Prize of the German Society of Photography together with Leo Fritz Gruber of Cologne on September 19, 1970. English translation of speeches given at the awards ceremony.
Photography as the Handmaid of Art, O. G. Rejlander….12
Facsimile of an article published in The British Journal Photographic Almanac and Photographers Daily Companion in 1866. Rejlander lists a number of ways in which photography can be useful to artists.
The Synoptic Catalogue of the George Eastman House Collections is a brief survey of the prints and print makers that are pictorially or historically significant or both. From Berenice Abbott to Baldi and Wurthle.
Lewis W. Hine Portfolio….16
The Portfolio contains twelve individual plates (5x7 on 9x12 sheets) reproduced from contemporary prints from Hine's original glass plates preserved in the Eastman House negative archive.
George Eastman House Traveling Exhibitions….17
Author : Coke, F. Van Deren , ed. Title : IMAGE: Journal of Photography and Motion Pictures of the George Eastman House Volume : 14 Number : 1 Date : January, 1971
In This Issue…
"1….INTRODUCTION by James L. Enyeart
Enyeart introduces the theme of this issue of Image--three essays by scholars, which open new doors on historical aspects of fantasy, deception, and whimsy.
3….A TRIP TO THE MOVIES: GEORGES MÉLIÈS, FILMMAKER AND MAGICIAN (1861-1938) by Paolo Cherchi Usai
On the filmmaking and trick photography of Méliès in conjunction with an exhibition at the George Eastman House of movie stills and objects from two Méliès collections. A corresponding film retrospective covering most of Méliès' surviving film work was held in the Museum's Dryden and Curtis Theatres. A complete list of the titles screened for this series is reproduced as an appendix to this article.
17….STANDING ON THE CORNER... REFLECTIONS UPON WINOGRAND'S PHOTOGRAPHIC GAZE: MIRROR OF SELF OR WORLD? PART I by Carl Chiarenza
Analysis of the photographer, on the abundant photographic activity of Garry Winogrand and his contribution to how we view our public selves.
53….A TOUCH OF WHIMSY: FANCIFUL DECORATION AND THE CAMERA AS A TOY by Philip L. Condax
Account of exhibition that combines novelty and toy cameras with a selection of cartoons illustrating the impact of photography in the early years.
Author : Enyeart, James L., Editor Title : IMAGE: Journal of Photography and Motion Pictures of the INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY at George Eastman House Volume : 34 Number : 3–4 Date : Fall–Winter, 1991
In This Issue…
The Auto as Icon….1
Text is from curator Masteller’s introduction for the group exhibition The Auto as Icon shown at the George Eastman House.
A sweeping look at the state of the arts and literature, including photography and film, at the commencement of the Great War in 1914.
Recent Acquisitions: Film Stills from the Twenties (2)….19
Unnamed author selects and adds descriptive captions to production stills from 9 MGM (and antecedent companies) films chosen from a collection of 7,000 donated to the museum by the United Artists Corporation.
The Boston University Wide-angle Aerial Camera….31
This camera with a ball lens was developed in response to a request by the armed forces for wide-angle aerial photography but its design was not practical and was never used. It was presented to George Eastman House in 1979.
International Museum of Photography Traveling Exhibitions….33
Author : Pratt, George C., Director of Publications Meinwald, Dan, Co-editor Title : IMAGE: Journal of Photography and Motion Pictures of the INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY at George Eastman House Volume : 22 Number : 4 Date : December, 1979