Finalement, qu'est-ce qu'une collection?

Francis Hodgson, Dominique de Font-Réaulx, Adrien Goetz, Jean-Maurice Rouquette, Andy Neyrotti, Jean-Paul Curnier, Bernard Perrine, Daniel Rouvier

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Abstract

The Musée Réattu in Arles was among the first to collect photographs as art-works. This essay is one of a number in a volume commissioned to accompany an exhibtion that marked the fiftieth anniversary of that intitiative. Neither the intentions of the first curators nor the objects of the collection were made clear by policy. The collection developed in a way that is different to the collections of other similar institutions. In this historical study, Hodgson puts the collection of the Réattu museum into the context of other photographic collections around the world and sketches the outline of a classification of collection types.
Original languageFrench
Title of host publicationOser la photographie:
Subtitle of host publication 50 ans d'une collection d'avant-garde à Arles
EditorsPascale Picard
Place of PublicationArles-en-Provence, France
PublisherSilvana Editoriale; Musée Réattu
Pages61-73
Number of pages13
ISBN (Print)9788836631261
Publication statusPublished - 4 Jul 2015

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    Hodgson, F., de Font-Réaulx, D., Goetz, A., Rouquette, J-M., Neyrotti, A., Curnier, J-P., ... Rouvier, D. (2015). Finalement, qu'est-ce qu'une collection? In P. Picard (Ed.), Oser la photographie: 50 ans d'une collection d'avant-garde à Arles (pp. 61-73). Arles-en-Provence, France: Silvana Editoriale; Musée Réattu.