Spanish photography, past, present, and future: Carmelo Vega de la Rosa

Gardner, N. (2021) Spanish photography, past, present, and future: Carmelo Vega de la Rosa. Artefacto Visual: Revista de Estudios Visuales Latinoamericanos, 6(12), pp. 243-255.

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Abstract

This article is a carefully curated scholarly engagement with Carmelo Vega de la Rosa, a pioneer in the study of photography in Spain. It charted the growth of this subject in Spain. Vega de la Rosa also revealed key guidelines for the successful study of photography and its place in modern academia. This discussion signalled challenges for this field of study as well as unique advantages that it has with regard to helping us understand the periphery and is place in discourse on modern society.

Item Type:Articles
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Gardner, Dr Nathanial
Authors: Gardner, N.
College/School:College of Arts > School of Modern Languages and Cultures > Hispanic Studies
Journal Name:Artefacto Visual: Revista de Estudios Visuales Latinoamericanos
Publisher:Red de Estudios Visuales Latinoamericanos (ReVLaT)
ISSN:2530-4119
ISSN (Online):2530-4119
Copyright Holders:Copyright © 2021 Red de Estudios Visuales Latinoamericanos (ReVLaT)
First Published:First published in Artefacto Visual: Revista de Estudios Visuales Latinoamericanos 6(12):243-255
Publisher Policy:Reproduced under a Creative Commons License

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