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Taking, sharing, and viewing photographs has become second nature for many of us. Given our near-constant engagement with images this course will help you dig into the meaning of pictures and reconsider photography’s role in our visual culture. This course aims to address the gap between seeing and truly understanding photographs by introducing a diversity of ideas, approaches, and technologies that inform their making. In this course you will look closely at 100 photographs from the collection of The Museum of Modern Art, going behind the scenes of the Museum and into artist studios through original films and audio interviews. You will hear a variety of perspectives on the ways photography has been used throughout its 180-year history: as a means of artistic expression, a tool for science and exploration, an instrument of documentation, a way to tell stories and record histories, and a mode of communication and critique. Short texts and readings from MoMA publications provide enhanced context for the works in the course. By enrolling in this course, you’ll join a community of international learners in discussion forums, receive invitations to live and virtual events from our lead instructor Sarah Meister, and gain exclusive access to MoMA resources. UPDATE: We’ve been listening to your feedback! In September 2020, we launched new content in Seeing Through Photographs, including audio interviews with additional contemporary artists from around the world, videos of Sarah introducing key ideas, and almost doubling the number of photographs from the collection. We’ve also added opportunities for you to share and receive feedback on your photographs in the discussion forums....


8. März 2016

Seeing Through Photographs has given me a whole new way of looking at my own and other peoples' work. So many aspects, details and points of view, the world of photography now seems even more amazing.

2. Juni 2019

It was very insightful, and a good thing is they offered quizzes and other full content, which some other free courses do not, which really helps learning. Hope to go for other courses under them. :)

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von Jorge F

14. Mai 2016

No está mal, aunque los grandes artistas de la foto no están...

von Janny B

18. Apr. 2018

Great class to study especially for those anyone who love arts

von Chang N

13. Juni 2017

This course provides a brief historical review of photography.

von Ander A G

14. März 2016

A quick but full course about history of American photography

von Isabel P

21. Mai 2019

Very good course, a lot of very important topics discussed.

von Carolina P M G

6. Mai 2020

Interesting course. Inspire. Open up new perspectives.

von Caetano R

20. Juni 2016

Great Course! A tiny "but": it's all about NYC...haha

von Sarah B

24. Mai 2020

Very interesting course in the globality! Thank you

von Matteo G

16. Nov. 2017

Interesting and useful for sure! Thank you Moma :)

von Brenda Z

16. März 2017

Its a great course to get bases in photography.

von Antonio A

27. März 2016

Very useful and interesting course. Thank you.


13. Apr. 2020

Will like more videos and more photos.


von Pablo J L

9. Apr. 2016

Really interesting from beginning to end.

von Norma M

14. März 2016

solo faltaron subtítulos en español

von Laura D

22. Mai 2020

Excellent class. I learned a lot.

von Laura M

24. März 2016

Quite good but only in english...

von mark d

31. März 2018

Good course. I learned a lot.

von Paolo G

11. Apr. 2016

Good, very interesting course

von Floris v E

11. Apr. 2016

Great material and insights

von Paola M

26. März 2016

very interesting materials!

von Didier S

9. Nov. 2017

Well documented modules.

von Alain M

8. Feb. 2021

Interesting course.

von Bianca S D

1. Jan. 2019

Very good course!!

von Iliana A C N

17. Mai 2018

es muy chevere

von Natasha R

13. Apr. 2016

I love it!