Bill Wood’s Business
270 pages, 29.8 x 24.7 cm , 1770 g.
Bill Wood’s Business
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Bill Wood’s business was photography–and he produced tens of thousands of images over the course of his career. A tall, slender, hardworking family man with a penchant for bow ties, Wood (1913-1979) was born, lived, and died in the Fort Worth, Texas, area, and his photography played a central role in how his clients chose to see and to portray themselves and their city.

Bill Wood’s Business features approximately 300 of Wood’s photographs, and essays by Diane Keaton and Marvin Heiferman that pay respect to the skills Wood (and professional photographers like him) brought to the business of photography.

The extraordinary range of Bill Wood’s images, and a shared appreciation of archives and the construction of photographic realities are what drew Diane Keaton and Marvin Heiferman to this project.
Illustrationswith 260 b/w plates
ContributorsDiane Keaton & Marvin Heiferman
Museum / PlaceNew York
Article IDart-06768


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