Chapter Summary Response
- Identify the following images by name of artist or by title if name unknown.
- In the last decades of the 19th-century, photography was no longer associated with the new and sudden social shifts. Instead, the modern world was denoted by what significant changes and movements? Name the two most important photographers who used photography as a means of social reform and what was the subject matter of their photographs to change public opinion?
- What was the name and nickname of the event that took place in 1893 in Chicago? What did the event express about the notion of urban development? What was the name of the Director of Photography for the event and what did his photographs show? What was the name of the Civil Rights worker who handed out pamphlets and what were the pamphlets about?
- What is name of the photographer who explored the photography of movement with race horses? What is the name of the realist painter who was a supporter of this photographer and what was his point about modern art in using these type of photographs with his own work?
- With magazines such as the National Geographic, how were the people of Africa and the Pacific Islands depicted? What is the name of the photographer who published more than 8,000 postcards of Africa? What is the name of the artist and his important painting that was adapted poses and the iconography of these postcards?
- What is the name of the police official who invented a standardized approach for photographing criminals and what is this invention known as of today? Compare and contrast the similarities and differences of this approach of photographing individuals with the approach of Francis Galton:
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