In This Issue…
1….Konrad Cramer: A Woodstock Photographer by Heather Alberts
Article on the Woodstock artist Konrad Cramer, focusing on his photographic oeuvre. Alberts discusses Cramer’s abstract imagery and experimental effects, rooted in European Modernism, and influenced by Man Ray and Lázló Moholy-Nagy.
Author : Title : IMAGE: Journal of Photography and Motion Pictures of the INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY at George Eastman House Volume : 29 Number : 1 Date : January, 1986
In This Issue…
Reproduction of a photograph by Canadian photographers Boorne and May, part of a traveling exhibition, “Opening of the West.”
42…THOMAS WEDGWOOD'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO PHOTOGRAPHY
Reprint of part of an article that appeared in Journals of the Royal Institution in June 1802.
43…TONES TO LINES
Brief article describing Wynne Bullock’s U.S. Patent No. 2,438,494 for a method that utilizes solarization to produce the effect of line drawings from three dimensional objects.
44…MASTERPIECES FROM THE COLLECTION
Brief description of the issues involved with collecting, preserving and displaying photographs in a museum.
45…THE NAMES OF PRINTS: A GLOSSARY Continued.
Second in a series which defines photographic print processes; carbon print through glue printing.
STROBE—THE LIVELY LIGHT, by Howard Luray. Second Edition, revised. San Francisco, Camera Craft Publishing Co. 1954. 144 pages, 102 illustrations. $4.00.
47…CHARLES PATHE HONORED
Brief biography of Charles Pathé on the occasion of the 1954 congress Union Européene des Techniciens du Cinéma et de la Télévision where a commemorative plaque was unveiled.
48…CHANDRALEKA: ""AN EARTHQUAKE OF INTEREST""
Short discussion of the American release of the 1948 twenty reel Indian film Chandraleka [sic], directed by S. S. Vasan. Discusses the deplorable fact that many foreign films are drastically cut for American exhibition.
Author : Title : IMAGE: Journal of Photography of the George Eastman House Volume : 3 Number : 7 Date : October, 1954