jessicaoakes

Framing The World Through My Photographs

Script References and Bibliography

Script reference list

 

Billingham B (2000) Richard Billingham: Ray’s a Laugh.

Switzerland: Scalo.

 

Bourdieu, P. (1989) Photography: A Middle-brow Art.

United Kingdom: Cambridge : Polity, 1990.

 

Bull, S. (2009) Photography.
United Kingdom: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

 

 

Elinor Carucci ; foreword by Francine Prose. (2013) Mother.

Germany: Prestel Verlag.

 

Chalfen R. (1987) Snapshots versions of life.

Green state university popular press.

 

King, G. (1986) Say ‘cheese’!: the snapshot as art and social history. United Kingdom: HarperCollins Distribution Services.

 

MacDonald, G. (2007a) ‘Richard Billingham interviewed by Gordon MacDonald in 2007’, Ideas and Ideals in Visual Culture, 4 May. Available at: https://gordonmacdonalddotorg.wordpress.com/2012/05/04/richard-billingham-interviewed-by-gordon-macdonald-in-2007/ (Accessed: 19 January 2015).

 

Hirsch j. (1981) Family photographs: Content, meaning and effect.

New York and Oxford: Oxford University press

 

Rickard D. (2010) Richard Billingham: “Ray’s A Laugh” (2000) [online] available from < http://www.americansuburbx.com/2010/07/richard-billingham-rays-laugh.html> [9 January 2015]

 

 

Rose G. (2010) Doing Family Photography [Coventry University e-brary]

Ashgate. ‘Available from’ < http://site.ebrary.com/lib/coventry/detail.action?docID=10376624> [ 20 December 2014]

 

 

Stonard JP (2000) Richard Billingham [online] Available from.< http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/richard-billingham-2749> [ 30 January 2015]

 

Williams, V., Carol Brown and  Brigitte Lardinois (1994) Who’s looking at the family?. United Kingdom: London : Barbican Art Gallery, 1994.

 

Worth J (2012) Ellinor Carucci, in conversation for Picbod. [online] Available from. < https://vimeo.com/35568544> [ 15 January 2105]

 

Image references

 

Figure one – Gainsborough T (1750) Robert Andrews and his Wife, Frances [online] avalible from. http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/thomas-gainsborough-mr-and-mrs-andrews [1 February 2015]

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Figure One – Robert Andrews and his wife, Frances. Thomas Gainsborough, 1750

 

 

Figure two – Oakes B (1997) First day at school [Oakes family album]

figure 2

figure 2

 

Figure three – Billingham R ( 2000) Untitled, 1994.

Switzerland: Scalo.

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Figure 3

 

 

Figure 4 – Clark L ( 1971) Untitled. [online] Available from. < http://www.americansuburbx.com/series-2/l/larry-clark-tulsa-1971#gallery/57877085a48dcf3d7d2fcb7d34aadd59/6642> [1 February 2015]

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Figure 4

 

 

Figure 5 – Billingham R ( 2000) Untitled, 1990-96.

Switzerland: Scalo.

Figure 5

Figure 5

 

Figure 6 – Billingham R ( 2000) Untitled, 1994.

Switzerland: Scalo.

Figure 6

Figure 6

 

Figure 7 – Billingham R ( 2000) Untitled, 1990-96.

Switzerland: Scalo.

Figure 7

Figure 7

 

Figure 8 – Billingham R ( 2000) Untitled, 1990-96.

Switzerland: Scalo.

Figure 8

Figure 8

 

 

Figure 9 – Elinor Carucci (2012) Mother. [online] Avalible from. < http://www.elinorcarucci.com/mother.php#8.> [ 2 February 2015]

Figure 8

Figure 8

 

Elinor Carucci (2012)Emmanulle and Me. [online] Avalible from. < http://www.elinorcarucci.com/mother.php#8&gt; [ 2 February 2015]

 

Figure 10 – Elinor Carucci ; foreword by Francine Prose. (2013) Mother.

Germany: Prestel Verlag.

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Figure 10

 

 

Bibliography

 

Bourdieu, P. (1989) Photography: A Middle-brow Art. United Kingdom: Cambridge : Polity, 1990.

 

Billingham RA (2000) Ray’s a Laugh.

Switzerland: Scalo.

 

Bull, S. (2009) Photography.

United Kingdom: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Elinor Carucci ; foreword by Francine Prose. (2013) Mother.

Germany: Prestel Verlag.

Hirsch, M. (2012) Family frames: photography, narrative, and postmemory.

United States: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

King, G. (1986) Say ‘cheese’!: the snapshot as art and social history. United Kingdom: HarperCollins Distribution Services.

MacDonald, G. (2007a) ‘Richard Billingham interviewed by Gordon MacDonald in 2007’, Ideas and Ideals in Visual Culture, 4 May. Available at: https://gordonmacdonalddotorg.wordpress.com/2012/05/04/richard-billingham-interviewed-by-gordon-macdonald-in-2007/ (Accessed: 19 January 2015).

Rickard, D. (2010) RICHARD BILLINGHAM: ‘Ray’s a Laugh’ (2000), American Suburb X. RICHARD BILLINGHAM: ‘Ray’s a Laugh’ (2000). [online] Available at: http://www.americansuburbx.com/2010/07/richard-billingham-rays-laugh.html (Accessed: 14 February 2015). [ 3 February 2015]
Rose G. (2010) Doing Family Photography [Coventry University e-brary]

Ashgate. ‘Available from’ < http://site.ebrary.com/lib/coventry/detail.action?docID=10376624> [ 20 December 2014]

 
Rosler, M. (2004) Decoys and disruptions: selected writings, 1975-2001. United States: MIT Press in association with International Center of Photography, New York.
Rubinstein D. Sluis K (2008) A LIFE MORE PHOTOGRAPHIC,

Photographies, 1:1, 9-28,
Ruby, J. (1995) Secure the shadow: death and photography in America. United States: MIT Press.

 

Searle A (2000) Who needs the Royle Family. [online] Available from. < http://www.theguardian.com/culture/2000/jun/13/artsfeatures> [20 Febuary 2015]

 

Spence, J. and Holland, P. (2000) Family Snaps: The Meanings of Domestic Photography. United Kingdom: Virago Press Ltd.

 

Stonard JP (2000) Richard Billingham [online] Available from.< http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/richard-billingham-2749> [ 30 January 2015]

 
The Chirurgeon’s Apprentice (2014) Death’s Doll: The Worlds Most Beautiful Mummy. [online] Available from. < http://thechirurgeonsapprentice.com/2014/04/18/deaths-doll-the-worlds-most-beautiful-mummy/> [ 19 February 2015]

Williams, V., Carol Brown and  Brigitte Lardinois (1994) Who’s looking at the family?. United Kingdom: London : Barbican Art Gallery, 1994.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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