The Photographic Object, 1970, Hauser & Wirth, New York

Peter Bunnell’s 1970 MoMA show Photography Into Sculpture proved a landmark in photographic practice, through its presentation of photographic images arranged in a sculptural manner, and it also gave valuable national exposure to photography as a highly-innovative contemporary art discipline. As well as capturing the revolutionary mood of the times, by showcasing artists working at the vanguard of what was occurring socially, politically, and technologically, it was an exhibition whose legacy continues to exert an influence on photographic practice today.

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Michael De Courcy, Untitled, (1970–1971)
Jack Dale — Untitled Cubed Woman, 1970 Photosensitized glass, Plexiglas
Jack Dale — Untitled Cubed Woman, 1970 Photosensitized glass, Plexiglas

 

 

 

 

Darryl Curran, L.A. Series #7, 1969, Multiple printed matte surfaces, photographic mural paper, black spray paint, wood
Darryl Curran, L.A. Series #7, 1969, Multiple printed matte surfaces, photographic mural paper, black spray paint, wood
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