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Wynn Bullock (American, 1902-1975), born Percy Wingfield Bullock in Chicago, began his career as a concert tenor. He turned to photography in 1937 when he discovered the work of Man Ray and László Moholy-Nagy. Bullock was then educated under Edward Kaminski at the Art Center School, Los Angeles. He is well-known for his photographs of trees, nudes in nature, and moving water, though the elements of mystery and mysticism set his work apart from other photographers working with similar subjects. Always experimenting with photography Bullock was constantly looking for new things to do with classic printmaking.
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Wynn Bullock

Exhibition: Eye/object
July 1 - Aug 1, 2011

Exhibition: Wynn Bullock at One Hundred
November 1 - Jan 4, 2003

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