Curious Visions of Modernity

Mit Press (2011)
Abstract
Martin traces the genealogies of what he considers three of the most distinct and historically immediate fields of modern visual culture: the collection, the body, and the mapping of spaces.
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Call number BD181.M37 2011
ISBN(s) 9780262016063   0262016060
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