W.M. Hunt: How I Look At Photographs
Join W. M. (Bill) Hunt for a three hour workshop intended for photographers, collectors, or anyone interested in photography, wishing to learn from a non-photographer who has been looking at and talking about images for forty years. Hunt is a longtime collector, curator, and consultant who has been teaching for more than two decades. Participants are asked to bring an open mind and to put together a portfolio of at least five great photographs made by others—images they believe reflect their taste, are influential to them, or provoke them. The workshop will focus on influences, how to look at photographs, considerations for analyzing them, and tips for being articulate about them. Hunt has given this workshop in New York at the ICP and Aperture.
“Hunt uses language clearly, colorfully, and intelligently. His stories—along with the whys and wherefores—were extremely valuable.”
“Hearing Mr. Hunt talk about his relationship to photographs and the pictures he likes was enlightening.”
- Past workshop students
$150 HCP members / $175 Regular price
W. M. Hunt is a frequent lecturer on photography, an adjunct professor at the School of Visual Arts, New York and a longtime HCP Advisory Board member. His show RE:groups - American Photographs before 1960 was presented at HCP in 2010. Revised and expanded versions of that show travelled as Work Force to Foto Industria in Bologna, Italy and, last summer, as Foule: American Groups before 1950 at the Rencontres d’Arles, France. A new edition, Hunt’s Three Ring Circus, will be presented by the ICP at the UBS Gallery in New York City this summer. His exhibition Sans Regard or No Eyes: Highlights from WM Hunt/Collection Dancing Beardebuted in Arles in 2005. That show toured to the Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland; FOAM, Amsterdam; and the George Eastman House, Rochester, New York, and was the basis for his book The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious (Aperture, 2011). He delivered - memorably - his talk “The Unseen Eye - A Life in Photography and other digressions …” at HCP in 2012.
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