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These comments were made in an otherwise supportive review of the Snap Judgments exhibition catalogue. See Haney and Nimis 2007; and Enwezor 2006. For a striking defense of this exhibition, in the form of a review of a review, which was published in Enwezor’s own arts magazine, Nka, see Harney 2008. 9. Brilliant 1990, 12. Regarding names, he states (14), “A portrait . . should be considered as a special type of variable sign, standing for a named (or nameable) person. [It should] . . ” 10. Brilliant 1990, 12.
De Rogozinski dans leur expedition du Clarence Pic, Fernando Po, Janvier 1890. Courtesy of Société de Géographie/Bibliothèque nationale de France. 20 Those who had contributed to the spread of the new technology were white traders, explorers, and adventurers who either used a camera themselves or possessed photographic images that were accessible to Africans. Photographs were also frequently taken by French and British naval officers. This was confirmed by contemporary travelers such as the hunter Henry Astbury Leveson, Consul Richard F.
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