Jerry Uelsmann: A Celebration of His Life and Art at the Harn Museum

Thru February 18 

With imagination and wit, Jerry Uelsmann turned landscapes into conundrums, reveled in the poetry of the human body, or reimagined reality altogether. Merging multiple negatives during the darkroom production process to create one print was considered groundbreaking at the beginning of Uelsmann’s career which debuted on a national stage in 1967 at a Museum of Modern Art exhibition. Today, Uelsmann’s work is collected and exhibited in museums around the world, including the Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida.

Author: Arbus

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