His name: Daniel Wolf. He was one of the great dealers in photography during the 70s and 80s. Most importantly he was the originator of the Getty Museum’s acquisition of some of the most important photographic collections in the world, such as those of Crane or Wagstaff… After several years of estrangement from the still image, he is back today. The site Arterritory.com has just published an interview with him by Una Meistere. Here it is.
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