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Huger Foote photograph Memphis
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Untitled (p. 27), 1997. Dye coupler print, 15.12 in x 22 in. Courtesy of the artist and David Lusk Gallery. Huger Foote was born 1961 in Memphis. His father, famous historian Shelby Foote, named him for his great-grandfather. In 1994 Huger was shot pointblank range during a car-jacking. Foote credits these injuries caused by the shotgun pellets to awakening his artistic voice. Before the shooting, he worked for Vogue, Vanity Fair, Interview; Foote lived in Paris, New York, and London. Afterwards he had the leisure time and inspiration to explore his personal work freely. By 1998 Foote was putting on solo shows around the world and his work was being sold to numerous public and private collections. William Eggelston writes, "Huger's works are very different from mine. All of his pictures are new. He set off on his own way in a new direction, and no one knows where that's going to go," (Huger Foote My Friend From Memphis). This work is a seminal piece by Huger Foote, has been published in the New Yorker, and is in two major photo collections.
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Oct 01, 2004
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0007: Huger Foote photograph Memphis

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Est. $1,400 - $1,600Starting Price $500
Power House Art Auction 2004
Oct 01, 2004 9:00 PM EDT
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Untitled (p. 27), 1997. Dye coupler print, 15.12 in x 22 in. Courtesy of the artist and David Lusk Gallery. Huger Foote was born 1961 in Memphis. His father, famous historian Shelby Foote, named him for his great-grandfather. In 1994 Huger was shot pointblank range during a car-jacking. Foote credits these injuries caused by the shotgun pellets to awakening his artistic voice. Before the shooting, he worked for Vogue, Vanity Fair, Interview; Foote lived in Paris, New York, and London. Afterwards he had the leisure time and inspiration to explore his personal work freely. By 1998 Foote was putting on solo shows around the world and his work was being sold to numerous public and private collections. William Eggelston writes, "Huger's works are very different from mine. All of his pictures are new. He set off on his own way in a new direction, and no one knows where that's going to go," (Huger Foote My Friend From Memphis). This work is a seminal piece by Huger Foote, has been published in the New Yorker, and is in two major photo collections.

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