These are a selection of Val Telberg‘s montages made between 1948 and 1956….each unique. His technique was to print through layered negatives, often realigning them after an exposure to make variants…and…what adds another dimension I have never seen in any one else’s work, he would make the exposure through a sandwich of negatives, then while developing the print in the tray, he put the wet print back under the enlarger and made a second exposure on the same sheet of paper, which created a space that was totally confusing, and sort of solarizing the print as well. His goal… to...
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