(Throughout his career, Wynn Bullock struggled to reconcil...)
Throughout his career, Wynn Bullock struggled to reconcile the tension between abstraction and realism and this struggle informed the evolution of his philosophy of art. "Ever seeking to alter his art to reflect his philosophy, and vice versa, Bullock is shown to demonstrate the quandary of the modern photographer. Beset by the vastly different influences of realism and abstraction, how is he to reconcile his art to these contradictions? Bullock was never quite able to achieve this reconciliation, but the process he underwent in the attempt is indeed a fascinating one."
Clyde H. Dilley received a Bachelor of Arts in Film and an Master of Arts in Creative Arts from San Francisco State College (1967, 1968), where he studied with Jack Welpott and Don Worth. As of 1979 he was a Doctor of Philosophy in art history at the University of New Mexico, working with Beaumont Newhall.
Since 1969 Clyde H. Dilley has been a professor in the Department of Photography and Cinema at Ohio State University, Columbus. In 1968-1969 he taught at San Jacinto College in Pasadena, Texas.
(Throughout his career, Wynn Bullock struggled to reconcil...)1984