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As a photographer in the fifty-seventh year of his serious effort, David Wing will describe how his camera found its subjects, what his working mind is like today, and how his accumulated work has “aged” in his intellect and in his heart.
Accompanied by a large number of slides, Wing will talk in detail about how his pictures come to light, and how his many recent books came to be.
Wing’s talk will try to show how his editing seems to work – he notes retrospective relationships among his photographs, and as these become more apparent, they seem to find independent coherence. As this happens, sequences, exhibitions, and the monographs take shape.
An in-person and virtual presentation by David Wing, photographer and teacher