Heat Processed: Man in Landscape
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Lucinda Bunnen blazed her own path as an artist, collector, and promoter of photography. Taking up the medium at age forty, she swiftly devoted herself to learning everything about it, from its technical side to its history and contemporary iterations. This mesmerizing early work, which Bunnen made by heating the photographic paper during development, reveals her inquisitiveness and her willingness to break with convention. Bunnen’s contributions to photography in Atlanta are deep. She built up an extraordinary collection of modern and contemporary works, which she gave to the High, and she was a consistent champion of women artists.