9th International Symposium

In association of The Scottish Society for the History of Photography

24 to 26 September 1992, The National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh/UK

Introduction: Ray McKenzie, lecturer at Glasgow’s School of Art, Glasgow
»Pictoralism and its Malcontents«

A. D. Morrison -Low, National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
»Dr. John Adamson and Thomas Rodger: Amateur and Professional Photography in Nineteenth-century St Andrews«

William Buchanan, former Head of Fine Art, Glasgow School of Art
»The Art of the Photographer: J Craig Annan«

Margaret F Harker, President of the ESHPh, Emeritus Professor of History of Photography of the University of Westminster, London
»The Linked Ring: Philosophy and Aesthetics«

Anna Auer, Board of the Photographic Society in Vienna
»The Vienna Trifolium: Hans Watzek, Heinrich Kühn and Hugo Henneberg«

Bernardo Riego, University of Cantabria
»Luis de Ocharán’s Photographic ‘Quixote’: Between the Spanish Historical Pictorial Tradition and the New Cinematographic Aesthetics«

Giuliana Scimé, photographic critic and art historian, Milano
»Guido Rey«

Michael Roschlau, Glasgow School of Art
»The Art of Photogravure«

Michael Gray, Curator, Fox Talbot Museum, Lacock Abbey
»Carbon Printing: Black as a Colour«

Mike Ware, Honorary Fellow in Chemistry, University of Manchester
»The Eighth Metal: The Rise of Platinotype Process«