mossfull:

Bill Hunt’s talk at Aperture last October was such a hit that he’s been asked to present it again. He’s pumping even more life into this one, so if you have the opportunity to see it, you should!



Wish I could get to this, I saw him speak at SPE Northeast back in the fall, it was awesome. Check it out if you’re in the area!

mossfull:

Bill Hunt’s talk at Aperture last October was such a hit that he’s been asked to present it again. He’s pumping even more life into this one, so if you have the opportunity to see it, you should!

Wish I could get to this, I saw him speak at SPE Northeast back in the fall, it was awesome. Check it out if you’re in the area!

artphotocollector:

The three covers for The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious. From left to right: Thames and Hudson photograph by Lee Friedlander; Aperture photograph by Carrie Levy; Actes Sud photograph by Erwin Blumenfeld.
In the latest edition of the online magazine, “At Length,” there is an insightful interview with the noted photo collector, curator and dealer Bill Hunt, who has over forty years of experience. His new book, “The Unseen Eye,” offers a great introduction to his collection, his passion for photography, and why there are so few “great” photographs out there. 
Highly recommended reading for anyone interested in fine art photography, collecting and seeing brilliant work.
—Lane Nevares

artphotocollector:

The three covers for The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious. From left to right: Thames and Hudson photograph by Lee Friedlander; Aperture photograph by Carrie Levy; Actes Sud photograph by Erwin Blumenfeld.

In the latest edition of the online magazine, “At Length,” there is an insightful interview with the noted photo collector, curator and dealer Bill Hunt, who has over forty years of experience. His new book, “The Unseen Eye,” offers a great introduction to his collection, his passion for photography, and why there are so few “great” photographs out there. 

Highly recommended reading for anyone interested in fine art photography, collecting and seeing brilliant work.

—Lane Nevares