Julia Fullerton-Batten presents Selected images 2004-2014, her solo exhibition for the first time in Baltimore. Best known for her ground breaking series Teenage Stories (2005-2006) London based, Julia explored the complex emotional, physical and social transitions experienced by adolescent girls. Teenage Stories depicted young girls passing into the beginnings of adolescence where the reality of responsibility and the non-reality of the fantasy life of a young child played themselves out in domestic/suburban scenes. Her images contrasted through scale and dis-belief, she placed her subjects in a dreamworld where reality and fantasy coexist.
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