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Wynn Bullock (1902 - 1975)

Tree Trunk, 1971

gelatin silver print

Wynn Bullock's photographic corpus is nothing less than an intense, visual search into the structure of things. He had a life-long interest in the philosophical and scientific endeavors of his day, including quantum physics and the space-time continuum. "When I photograph, what I'm really doing is seeking answers to things," Bullock exclaimed. His striking black and white landscapes and probing studies of natural objects, as well as his celebrated images of the nude in the natural environment, all reveal a signature sense of mystery lurking beyond ordinary perception. Bullock's work is featured in permanent collections throughout the world.