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Julie Blackmon

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Broken Toy, from Domestic Vacations, 2006, Archival pigment print, Signed, dated, titled and …

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Broken Toy, from Domestic Vacations, 2006, Archival pigment print, Signed, dated, titled and numbered 4/25, 24 1/8" x 24 3/4"

Black Leather, from Domestic Vacations, 2005, Archival pigment print, Signed, dated, titled and numbered7/25, 25 1/8" x 24", Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey

Julie Blackmon
American, b. 1966
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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.”

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Broken Toy, from Domestic Vacations, 2006, Archival pigment print, Signed, dated, titled and …

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Broken Toy, from Domestic Vacations, 2006, Archival pigment print, Signed, dated, titled and numbered 4/25, 24 1/8" x 24 3/4"

Black Leather, from Domestic Vacations, 2005, Archival pigment print, Signed, dated, titled and numbered7/25, 25 1/8" x 24", Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey

Julie Blackmon
American, b. 1966
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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.”

Julie Blackmon

Two works

Archival pigment print
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