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Albert Moser. Concept and procedure in American photography

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Address for correspondence: C. Tansella, Department of Time, Space, Image, Society, University of Verona, Verona, Italy. (Email: carole.tansella@gmail.com)

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This Section of Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences appears in each issue of the Journal and is dedicated to all forms of creative production born of an intimate and individual urge, often secretive, unbound from the conventional art system rules. Through short descriptions of the Outsider art work of prominent artists and new protagonists often hosted in community mental health services, this section intends to investigate the latest developments of the contemporary art scene, where the distances between the edge and the center are becoming more and more vague.

Carole Tansella, Section Editor

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Duchamp, M (2005). Scritti. Abscondita: Milano.
Foster-Rice, G, Rohrbach, J (2013). Reframing the New Topographics. Columbia College Chicago Press: Chicago.
Jenkins, W (1975). New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape, Exhibition catalogue. International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House: Rochester, New York.
March Jones, P, Rouillé, A, Caujolle, C (2012). Albert Moser, life as a panoramic, Exhibition catalogue, 1 June – 21 July 2012. Galerie Christian Berst Art Brut, La manufacture de l'image: Paris.

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