Tag Archives: Justine Kurland

Justine Kurland’s Smoke Bombs

Justine Kurland, Smoke Bombs, 1998 (689.2000) In Smoke Bombs, from one of Kurland’s earliest bodies series, Runaway Girls, the artist orchestrates narratives within landscapes, often the American West, and features teenaged girls as her models. The uncharted or forgotten spaces … Continue reading

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Space and Mirrored Self

Currently, Francesca Woodman has two shows in New York: at the Guggenheim and a separate selection of blue prints at Marion Goodman. To look at Woodman’s photographs is to constantly read the environment through the psychological and vice versa. At … Continue reading

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