Most books you don’t want to get dated. This one needs to.
Contemporary Contemporary Photography is a follow-up to Contemporary Photography from 2013. In this new publication, Paul Paper looks at the changed landscape of cultural vision-making and offers completely new texts that describe the motifs of art photography in 2017. Humorous and with a certain tongue-in-cheek edge, it is an evocative exploration of the contemporary condition of art photography and its making.