Covers all subject areas in American fine art including: biographies of major artists, architects and patrons, architecture, painting, new media, photography, sculpture, installation art, performance art, new media art, art education, and more.
Provides a wide range of technical information, scholarship on photography as a social and artistic practice, as well as biographical entries of photographers and others who have influenced photography.
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