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IN THE GALLERIES: FINDING THE UNKNOWN WITHIN WHAT IS KNOWN

Mark Jenkins | The Washington Post

"There’s a vivid surprise, if not quite a revelation, at the rear of the University of Maryland Art Gallery. The best way to approach it is slowly, via a careful inspection of the photographs in “Wynn Bullock: Revelations.”

"Bullock (1902-1975) was a California-bred singer who performed in Europe in the 1920s. While there, he encountered avant-garde art, notably Man Ray’s abstract photos. Bullock pursued photography as a hobby at first but went pro in the 1940s, doing commercial work while experimenting on the side.

Read the complete review at The Washington Post.

Image: Wynn Bullock’s “Driftwood” (1951), gelatin silver print. On view through April 14 at the University of Maryland Art Gallery. (Copyright Bullock Family Photography LLC/High Museum of Art)

Date of Publication: 
3/31/17