Peter Guttman’s Photography is on Display at Binghamton University
| January 26, 2018
Peter Guttman graduated from what was then SUNY-Binghamton in 1976. Now a world-famous photographer, the Binghamton University Art Museum hosts an exhibit of some of his work. He talks about his passion for photography and his travels around the world. Art Museum Director Diane Butler talks about the chore of choosing from his immense body of work for the exhibit.
Photo credit: Peter Guttman
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