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Max Dupain is regarded as one of Australia's most significant photographers.
For the first time, this book charts his work in relation to the impact in
Australia of 'body culture', a broad ranging movement in the interwar period
that was concerned with the revitalisation of the individual and social body.
In this engaging and dynamic book, Dr Crobie persuasively argues, through both
text and illustrations, that our understanding of photography is enlivened when
it is seen as part of this movement. In particular, she shows how Australia's
most distinctive contrbution to 'body culture', was through the depiction of
the lifesaver and the surfer and that the popularity of these iconic figures
was largely assembled through photography.