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Jerry Uelsmann, whose work is included in the exhibition Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop, describes his influences and his evolution as an artist. Using multiple projectors and darkroom techniques, he creates dreamlike images that are considered precursors to manipulated photographs created using Photoshop.
Recorded October 14, 2012
Part of a Sunday at the Met program held in conjunction with the exhibition, on view October 11, 2012–January 27, 2013.
The exhibition is made possible by Adobe. The catalogue is made possible by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
James Nares: Street
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[Detail of "New Orleans Houses"]
[Lucien Jacques, André Maury, and Georgette Maury Seated and Reclining on Stone Wall, Provence, France]
[Walker Evans, Westbrook, Connecticut]
[Walker Evans Working View Camera, Aboard the Cressida, South Seas Trip]
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Inscription: Photographer's stamp on print, verso C: "Walker Evans"; collector's stamp on print, verso C: "COLLECTION // ARNOLD H. CRANE, CHICAGO, U.S.A."; inscribed in pencil on print, verso C: "withdrawn AHG 12/71"
Walker Evans; Arnold H. Crane, late 1960s
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