Jerry N. Uelsmann
MFA, INDIANA UNIVERSITY, 1960
MS, INDIANA UNIVERSITY, 1958
BFA, ROCHE STE R INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 1957
Jerry N. Uelsmann (b. 1934), known for articulating the concept of postvisualization, received his BFA from RIT (1957), where his teachers Minor White and Ralph Hattersley influenced him. Hattersley believed that “Until the photographer accepts his manipulation of reality for what it really is he will never arrive at full responsibility for his behavior as a photographer.”1 Uelsmann went on to obtain his MFA from Indiana University (1960), where he was inspired by Henry Holmes Smith, who had worked with László ...