Workshop: “How I Look at Pictures” with W.M. Hunt
Photo London is pleased to present a unique opportunity to join a one-day workshop given by W.M. – Bill – Hunt. This special event is intended for people who have a keen interest in photography, and who want to educate themselves in the visual language of images and the collecting of photography. This workshop is for photography lovers—artists, writers, collectors—anyone who wants to be sharper and more confident in defining their own taste and being articulate about it.
The workshop offers an insight into Hunt’s personal collection – how he came into collecting and what he chooses to collect. He will share personal stories of the challenges he faces when finding exceptional work in an age when we are so bombarded with images. He will showcase some of the best photographers working today and encourage his participants to share their photographic passions, encouraging discussion of what makes these works exceptional. Participants are asked to bring copies of three images they think are great. These will be part of the conversation for the last third of the class.
The workshop will run from 11am – 3pm, and will break for a working lunch which is included in the ticket price. You can book your place here.
W. M. Hunt is a champion of photography and frequent presenter both in the U.S. and internationally, from Shanghai to São Paulo. A well known collector, he is also contributor to “L’Oeil de la Photographie”, a longtime adjunct professor at the School of Visual Arts, New York, and organizer of the W. Eugene Smith Talks at Aperture and the “Your Picture . . .” series for PDN’s PhotoPlus. “Hunt’s Three Ring Circus: American Groups Before 1950” was exhibited in New York last year in collaboration with the ICP after traveling to Arles, Bologna, and Houston. His book “The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious” (Thames & Hudson, 2011) was the basis for a large show that debuted at the Rencontres d’Arles, France, then toured to the Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland; FOAM, Amsterdam; and the George Eastman House, Rochester, New York.
For more information, and to reserve a place please contact: Sid Motion