Shooting Range: Photography and the Great War focuses on the image of the First World War rendered in photography and film. What are the most important roles that modern visual media played in the course of the conflict? How were photography and film first deployed on a broad scale in the interest of propaganda? How were combat and death made (in)visible? And what remained outside the frame? This publication came about under the editorial guidance of leading photography academic Inge Henneman, and comes out at the occasion of the eponym exhibition held at FoMu, Antwerp from June 26 until November 11, 2014. Arrives courtesy of MER Paper Kunsthalle (Ghent).
224 pages, 31.2 x 24.5 cm, softcover, MER Paper Kunsthalle (Ghent).