Julie Blackmon, ‘Lost Mitten’, 2010, Robert Mann Gallery

About Julie Blackmon

Inspired by 17th-century Dutch and Flemish paintings of domestic life, Julie Blackmon photographs carefully orchestrated tableaus that feature members of her own family and are imbued with a sense of the uncanny. Blackmon’s "Domestic Vacations" series (2008), for example, shows a world saturated with color, filled with toys and candy and populated by mischievously deadpan children. As she explains, her work combines the fantasies and realities of domesticity: “These images are both fictional and autobiographical and [. . .] explore the fantastic elements of our everyday lives, both imagined and real.”

American, b. 1966, Springfield, Missouri, based in Springfield, Missouri

Exhibition Highlights On Artsy

2017
Here's to the Future, G. Gibson Gallery, Seattle
2014
JULIE BLACKMON - Homegrown, G. Gibson Gallery
2014
Julie Blackmon – Homegrown, photo-eye Gallery, Santa Fe
2014
Julie Blackmon: Free Range, Robert Mann Gallery, New York
2012
Julie Blackmon: Day Tripping, Robert Mann Gallery, New York

Solo Shows on Artsy

2014
JULIE BLACKMON - Homegrown, G. Gibson Gallery
2014
Julie Blackmon – Homegrown, photo-eye Gallery, Santa Fe
2014
Julie Blackmon: Free Range, Robert Mann Gallery, New York
2012
Julie Blackmon: Day Tripping, Robert Mann Gallery, New York

Group Shows on Artsy

2017
Here's to the Future, G. Gibson Gallery, Seattle
2017
Gallery Artists 2017, Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago
2016
Back at the Water's Edge, Robert Mann Gallery, New York
2016
25, G. Gibson Gallery
2016
The Photograph, G. Gibson Gallery
2015
DWELL, G. Gibson Gallery
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