Photos by Peter Sutherland. New York. One of the best!
the photo of the guy in all white is so magical, it makes me laugh if i stare at it too long
yeah, been up on this dude for a minute. his stuff is great and diverse.
i like the clearing in the trees and the frozen bicycle.
These are great! I cant choose a favorite.
i love them all but i would say the bike is my favourite
Really brilliant, just slightly ‘off’ in the best way.
love his work, he keeps it so interesting.
The frozen bicycle is great.
The picture of the snow and the birds is really beautiful… Is it possible to have it in large ?
They are all on his old website http://www.petersutherland.net 🙂
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🙂 I did this for a class, I don’t know if anybody would be interested
i like what you were saying there molly
Thanks a lot, I found it hardest for me to write about his work because I like so many of his photos for, what are to me, obvious reasons. Those are always the hardest to explain. Hopefully I will be able to meet him at the Art Book Fair. My friend who’s been working there I believe said he would be there at 1:30 on Saturday if anyone else is interested! It’s at P.S. 1 in Brooklyn!
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