A Bibliography for Working Artists

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For all you graduating students, here is a useful bibliography complied by our summer intern, Sadie Hope-Gund.

Vocational Guidance for Artists

  • Art-work: Everything You Need to Know (and Do) As You Pursue your Art Career, by Heather Darcy Bhandari. (Free Press, 2009) [N6505.B53 2009]
  • How To Grow as a Photographer, by Tony Luna. (Allworth Press, 2006) [TR154.L85 2006]
  • The Real Business of Photography, by Richard Wiesgrau. (ASMP, 2004) [TR581.W45 2004]
  • Taking the Leap: Building Your Career as a Visual Artist, by Cay Lang. (Chronicle Books, 2006) [TR581.L352 2006]
  • A Practical Handbook for the Emerging Artist, by Margaret R Lazzari. (Harcourt College Publishers, 2002) [N6505.L39 2002]
  • Photojournalism, by Fred S. Parrish. (Wadsworth/Thomson Learning 2001) [TR820.P37 2001]
  • The Photographer’s Assistant Handbook, by Matt Proulx. (Focal Press, 2000) [TR154.P76 2000]
  • The Truth Needs No Ally: Inside Photojournalism, by Howard Chapnick. (University of Missouri Press, 1994) [TR820.C43 1994]
  • Letters to a Young Artist, by Gregory Amenoff. (Darte Publishing, 2006) [TR154.L47 2006]
  • Writing the Artist Statement: Revealing the True Spirit of Your Work, by Ariane Goodwin. (Infinity Publishing, 2006) [TR581.G66 2002]
  • The DAM Book: Digital Asset Management for Photographers, by Peter Krogh. (O’Reilly, 2009) [TR267.K76 2009]
  • Creating Connections: Museums and the Public Understanding of Current Research, by David Chittenden. (AltaMira Press, 2004) [TR183.C452 2004]
  • Publish Your Photo Book: A Guide to Self-Publishing , by Bill Owens. (Morgan and Morgan, 1979) [TR147.O93 1979]
  • Teaching Photography: Tools for the Imaging Educator, by Glenn Rand. (Focal, 2006) [TR161.R35 2006]
  • Photography: Foundations for Art and Design, by Mark Galer. (Focal, 2007) [TR147.G35 2007]

Creative Thinking and Inspiration

  • Mastering Photographic Composition, Creativity, and Personal Style, by Alain Briot. (O’Reilly Media, 2009) [TR179.B75 2009]
  • Artist Communities: A Directory of Residencies That Offer Time and Space for Creativity, by Deborah Obalil and Caitlin S. Glass (Allworth Press, 2005) [NX110.A78 2005]
  • Free Culture: The Nature and Future of Creativity, by Lawrence Lessig. (Penguin Books, 2004) [TR187.L471 2004]
  • Chic Clicks: Creativity and Commerce in Contemporary Fashion Photography, by Fred Aufray. (Insitute of Contemporary Art, 2002) [TR679.C45 2002]
  • Visual Thinking: Methods for Making Images Memorable, by Henry Wolf. (Rizzoli International Publications, 1988) [TR179.W651 1988]
  • Photography Q&A, by Zack Arias. (New Riders, 2013) [TR147.A73 2013]
  • The Joy of Photography, by Eastman Kodak Company. (Addison-Wesley Publishing, 1991) [TR147.J69 1991]
  • Reframing Photography, by Rebekah Modrak. (Routledge, 2011) [TR161.M63 2011]
  • The Creative Photographer, by John Ingledew. (Harry N. Abrams, 2005) [TR146.I35 2005]
  • Examples: The Making of 40 Photographs, by Ansel Adams. (Little Brown,1983) [TR161.A32 1983]
  • Experimental Formats.2, by Roger Fawcett-Tang. (RotoVision, 2005) [TR147.F38 2005]

Business & Marketing

  • ASMP Professional Business Practices in Photography, by American Society of Media Photographers (Allworth Press, 2001) [TR581.M]
  • Artists’ Books Creative Production and Marketing, by Sarah Bodman (Impact Press, 2005) [TR179.5.B64 .A78 2007]
  • How to Survive and Prosper as an Artist, by Caroll Michels. (Henry Holt and Co., 2009) [N6505.M46 2009]
  • Marketing and Selling Black & White Portrait Photography, by Helen T. Boursier. (Amherst Media, 2000). [TR581.B68 2000]
  • Photographer’s Market 2004: 2000 Places to Sell Your Photographs, by Donna Poehner. (David & Charles, 2003) [TR12.P46 2004]
  • Photographer’s Market Guide to Building Your Photography Buisness, by VIK Orenstein. (Writer’s Digest Books, 2004) [TR581.O73 2004]
  • Publish Your Photography Book, by Darius Himes. (Princeton Architectural Press, 2011) [TR145.H55 2011]
  • The Artist’s Guide: How to Make a Living Doing What You Love, by Jackie Battenfield. (De Capo Press, 2009) [TR581.B37 2009]
  • Print-On-Demand Book Publishing, by Morris Rosenthal. (Foner Books, 2004) [TR581.R674 2004]
  • The Professional Photographer’s Management Handbook, by Ann Monteith. (Marathon Press,1999) [TR154.M65 1999]
  • The Photographer’s Market Guide to Photo Submission and Portfolio Formats, by Michael Willins. (Writer’s Digest Books, 1997) [TR690.W55 1997]
  • The Business of Studio Photography, by Edward R Lilley. (Allworth Press, 1997) [TR581.L55 1997]
  • Professional Photographer’s Survival Guide, by Charles E. Rotkin. (Writer’s Digest Books, 1992) [TR690.R68 1992]
  • The Photographer’s Assistant, by John Kieffer. (Consortium Book Sales & Distribution, 1992) [TR690.2.K54 1992]
  • Mastering the Business of Photography, by Tony Luna. (Allworth Press, 2014) [TR581.L85 2014]
  • Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy, by Lawrence Lessig. (Penguin Press, 2008) [TR187.L471 2008]
  • The Photographer’s Guide to Negotiating, by Richard Wiesgrau. (Allworth Press, 2005) [TR581.W45 2005]
  • The Real Business of Photography, by Richard Weisgrau. (ASMP, 2004) [TR581.W45 2004]

Legal and Financial

  • Demystifying Grant Seeking, by Larissa Golden Brown. (Jossey-Bass, 2001) [TR581.B76 2001]
  • Licensing Photography, by Richard Weisgrau. (Allworth Press, 2006) [TR581.W45 2006]
  • Licensing Art & Design, by Caryn R Leland. (North Light Books, 1995) [TR581.L45 1995]
  • Business and Legal Forms for Photographers, by Tad Crawford. (Allworth Press, 2002) [TR146.C73 2002]
  • To Be or Not To Be: An Artist’s Guide to Not-For-Profit Incorporation, by VLA (Volunteer Lawyer for the Arts, 1982) [TR822.T63 1982]

About Liz Sales

Liz Sales is cataloged as a bibliographic items with International Center of Photography Library. A bibliographic item can be any information entity (e.g., books, computer files, graphics, realia, cartographic materials, or in Liz's case, Liz) that is considered library material as far as it is relevant to the catalog and to the patrons of the library in question. Liz is the only human being recognized by the Library of Congress as a library holding and has an assigned Library of Congress and ISBN #. While she cannot always be found at the library, she is a permanent part of the collection. For more information about Liz look up her library record at either http://www.worldcat.org/ or http://www.icp.org/research-center/library.
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