Art and photography: a history of agreements and disagreements


  • Carlos Alberto Galeano Marín Universidad de Antioquia



photography, art, history of photography


Since initially photography did not intend anything different to what for many critics and artists was the primary purpose or art, that is, to faithfully represent Nature, the photographic image was to maintain a close relationship with the art production common by the mid-nineteenth century. From then on, and in spile of the various progresses of one and another, photography and art have remained connected, of ten as rivals, at times cooperating, and seldom acknowledging and respecting each other. This paper basically points out some of the more outstanding features of that history of arguments, events and reactions, as old as photography itself.

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Galeano Marín, C. A. (2000). Art and photography: a history of agreements and disagreements. Estudios De Filosofía, (21-22), 34–56.



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