Inspired by John Szarkowski’s 1973 Looking at Photographs, and paying homage to the concept of the one hundred images and a page of text for each, author Stephen Frailey updates this classic with significant works of photography from mid-70s to the present. Frailey’s new addition to the discourse on visual literacy is entitled Looking at Photography. The book “offers a captivating snapshot of contemporary photography through the works of artists pushing the boundaries in every genre of the form… Frailey has compiled a fascinating selection of works accompanied by insightful and accessible text.” Among those photographers featured are Zanele Muholi (CRF 2012) and Larry Sultan (CRF 2000). See more about the book in this Blind Magazine article.