Ivan Petrović, Photographer, Archivist and Artist

Interview with Ivan Petrović

Doi: https://doi.org/10.47659/m3.004.int

The interview with Ivan Petrović took place on 1 September 2017 in Belgrade. The main themes were the role of photography in the dominant history, the boundary between one’s own practice and archival work, photography as an art and the likes.

The interview with Ivan Petrović took place on 1 September 2017 in Belgrade. The main themes were the role of photography in the dominant history, the boundary between one’s own practice and archival work, photography as an art and the likes.

The interview with Ivan Petrović took place on 1 September 2017 in Belgrade. The main themes were the role of photography in the dominant history, the boundary between one’s own practice and archival work, photography as an art and the likes.

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Photography represents a kind of appropriation, as well as viewing and understanding of images. This is what determines their meaning and authorship.
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