Sep 14, 2014

William Utermohlen - A Descent Into Alzheimer's Portraits From the Mind

Self-portraits by William Utermohlen chronicled his descent into Alzheimer's over 4 decades.

William Utermohlen was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 1995. He tried to understand Alzheimer's by drawing self portraits.

William Utermohlen’s a self-portrait from 1967.

William Utermohlen 1996

William Utermohlen 1996

William Utermohlen 1996

William Utermohlen 1997

William Utermohlen 1997

William Utermohlen 1998

William Utermohlen 1999
William Utermohlen 2000

William Utermohlen Self Portrait Slide Show

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