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Art Library Exhibitions Spaces and Special Events: Andres Zervignon- History of Photography Courses 2020

Rutgers Art History: Photography

Maybe we could add a course description or the crux of why students study photography and or take this course...


We could also add a nice photography image...

Project Description

Maybe this is where there is a course description then it leads to the following link with the work... This could also be a spot where there is a note about the original image and how each student recreated the image.  We could also indicate this more on each page.  All food for thought. 


19th Century Photography

Amy Pham

Alyssa Rivera

Anne Tantuico

Grace Harney

Steve Tomori


20th Century Photography

Kaitlyn Gillies


Jael Bae


Ty Goldin

Isabella Kolic

Olivia Scarrott

Andres Zervignon- Professor of Art History


Professor Zervigón specializes in the history of photography and concentrates his scholarship on the interaction between photographs, film, and fine art. His work generally focuses upon moments in history when these media prove inadequate to their presumed task of representing the visual.


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