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Wynn Bullock at Palm Beach Photographic Centre

Wynn Bullock at Palm Beach Photographic Centre

Wynn Bullock: Insight and Surprises
March 21 – June 9, 2012
Palm Beach Photographic Centre
415 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach FL

Wynn Bullock, a mid-twentieth century master photographer, is widely know for his evocative black and white work. From 1959-1964, he also created a significant body of color work he called “Color Light Abstractions”, first exhibited at Lumiere in June of 2009.

The Palm Beach exhibition featured 44 of these beautiful and innovative images, as well as a selection of Bullock’s classic black & white work, further details can be found at the Centre’s web site. An article from the Palm Beach Daily News from March 25, 2012 provides an overview of the exhibition.

Explore additional assets on the Lumière web site; an artist gallery of Color Light Abstraction (64 images), wide selection of Bullock Estate Prints, and a Lumiere Video featuring commentary by Dr. Britt Salvesen on the significance of this ground breaking work.


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