Bruce Wrighton: at Home Reloaded
Like many of his predecessors, Bruce Wrighton carried a large format tripod-bound view camera. He regularly ventured into downtown Binghamton, NY, his home city in the 1980’s, where he created a perfect, transparent window revealing immense amounts of detail that even the best human eye could never detect. A torn thread on a sweater, a worn out chair in a bar, the songs on a glowing jukebox, the turn of a head and the twist of a jaw. And he did it not like the masters listed above, he did it in color, making his own prints as well.
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