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This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast examines the work of three American photographers: Wynn Bullock, Bruce Davidson and Paul Caponigro.
A major retrospective of Bullock’s work is on view at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Curated by Brett Abbott, this week’s first guest, "Wynn Bullock: Revelations" is on view through January 18, 2015. The show — and its excellent catalogue — reveal an artist addressing and creating photographic traditions while innovating in ways that suggest Bullock is an under-recognized pioneer of the use of color in photography.
Pictured at top is Bullock’s A Child’s Grief (1955), followed by his Clarence John Laughlin and Edna’s Hand (early 1950s). On this week’s program, Abbott and host Tyler Green discuss Bullock’s use of perspective in these pictures.
It’s pretty much a unexplainable feeling knowing that all your hard work has an unbelievable pay-off.
Those are two photos that have been released by my modeling agency. Yes you heard that right, I am an official signed model at RED! I am so excited to see what’s to come in the future.
This year has been truly magical and knowing that it will continue to be brings me so much joy. I want to take this moment to thank you for being there for me. I have the most amazing support system, and I couldn’t have done it without you.
This just shows you that anything in this world is possible, with a bit of hard work you can move mountains. Stay tuned for more photos!
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