French humanism - Historicity Specific time and place...

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French humanism I love to capture the looks and gestures that reveal a whole interior world. —Janine Niepce TODAY Conclude Vietnam and later wars French humanism Photographers Jacques-Henri Lartigue, 1894 – 1986 Janine Niepce, 1921 – Brassai, 1899 – 1984 Marc Riboud, 1923 – André Kertész, 1894 – 1985 Willy Ronis, 1910 – Robert Doisneau, 1912 – 1994 Izis, (Israel Bidermanas) 1911 – 1980 Stuart Hall’s elements of the French humanist paradigm Universality. Cross-cultural human emotions
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Unformatted text preview: Historicity. Specific time and place Quotidienality. Everyday lives, ordinary people Empathy. Photographer identifies w/ subject Commonality. Class populaire, ordinary people Monochromaticity. Black & white Themes of French humanist reportage La rue (the street) Children and play The family Love and lovers Paris and its sights Clochards, homeless and marginalized Fêtes populaires, fairs and celebrations Bistrots Habitations, housing, housing conditions Work and craft...
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course PGY PGY2401C taught by Professor Teresadiehl during the Fall '09 term at Broward College.

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