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Méaux, Danièle. "Duane Michals’ real dreams: The treatment of narrative and time." History of Photography 19.(1995): 278–82. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Language: en: English
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1080/03087298.1995.10443578
BibTeX citation key: 1995
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Categories: General
Keywords: Photo comics, Popular culture, Randformen des Comics
Creators: Méaux
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Collection: History of Photography
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Abstract
The roman-photo, a kitsch, devitalized genre, is at the opposite end of the spectrum to the more experimental, analytical genre of the photo narrative. While the former targets a huge popular audience – like pop music or commercial cinema – the latter is intended for a select circle of intellectuals interested in fringe movements and the creative impact of mass-market publications on art. On the one hand, there is the roman-photo, a medium for outmoded mythology, trapped within a fixed framework and, on the other, there is the slick, self-referential experimental photo narrative, which systematically explores the genre’s specificity and encourages the reader to play an active role in the formulation of meaning. Bringing about a genuine renewal of the photo story, however, is by no means an easy task: merely throwing oneself into a scholarly critique of the genre could lead to a dead end, while a continually ironic treatment, serving as a reference to the forms adopted by the romance photo story, represents an inherently flirtatious approach as opposed to a serious attempt to create a new future for the genre.
  
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