Joy of Looking
Since photography’s invention in the early nineteenth century, the medium has produced countless thought-provoking images. The Library of Congress holds more than seventeen million photographs in its collections, ranging from some of the earliest images ever taken to photographs by artists working today. The Joy of Looking: Great Photographs from the Library of Congress presents a selection of striking photographs that deserve a closer look. Authors: Amiee Hess & Hannah Freece. Paperback; 134 pages. 108 color images.