Wynn Bullock

Wynn Bullock was a photographer whose unique and mysterious images are charged with a philosophical and psychological depth that reflected his lifelong search for the meaning of life. Inspired by the work of Man Ray and Lazslo Moholy-Nagy, Bullock’s early work involved experimentation with alternative processes such as Solarization, but an encounter with Edward Weston in 1948 set him on a new path and he would spend the following decades creating the body of work for which he is best remembered.