Wynn Bullock Revelations
High Museum of Art with Brett Abbott
With contributions by Barbara Bullock-Wilson and Maria L. Kelly
Hardcover 11 x 11 | 208 pp. | 133 duotones, 12 color photos
When you sit down with Wynn Bullock Revelations, you want to become a better student of photography. You will view photography with a different eye. . . and expect more.
Wynn Bullock’s photography is timeless. Going through the pages of this book you see what a mindful, poetic, and curious photographer he was.
Viewing just a sample of the wonderful images in this book will take you from the abstract to beautiful compositions, and the lyrical use of shadow and light.
From the abstract “Glass and Light’, “Solarization Portrait”, “Color Light Abstractions”, and “Nude Photogram” to the beautiful portraits of “Barbara Through Window“, “Girl in Car”, “Portrait of Edna Cannery Row” you can see the extraordinary range of talent of this remarkable photographer.
“Boy Fishing” plays with geometry while “Under Monterey Wharf” shows you how much light there is in black. “Worn Floor” and “Lynne, Point Lobos” are haunting. Each image makes you pause.
This is a profoundly beautiful collection of work. Though nothing compares to seeing the print in front of you, this book is the next best thing and allows you to have this unprecedented collection in your home. You can see that all involved in the making of this book and the upcoming show that it represents, worked with care.
Revelations was the perfect title.
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From Barbara Bullock-Wilson
Thanks for sharing this with your readers! The book is a landmark publication. The collaboration between UT Press and the High Museum of Art was a very special one and we couldn’t be more thrilled with the results.