Little Golden Hamburger Tree

uelsmann_jerry_516_1994Jerry Uelsmann, Little Golden Hamburger Tree, 1970 (516.1994)

Since the 1960s, Jerry Uelsmann has been combining multiple negatives in the darkroom to create surrealistic photographs. His photographs vary in content and subject matter, though a number of motifs can be found. Uelsmann often uses hands, clouds, trees, water, and the human figure. A hamburger, however, can only be found in one of his montages, Little Golden Hamburger Tree, a photograph that assures his admirers that despite his enormous skill and profound artistic vision, Uelsmann doesn’t take himself too seriously.

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Currently a graduate student at Columbia University, studying Photography Theory, Museum Studies, and Anthropology; I'm slowly learning how to live in and love New York City...
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