Fake Weather is a series of new works by Julie Blackmon. Again here, she focuses on the social, cultural and familial, but also the tumultuous political landscape of the United States. Themes that have challenged Blackmon to turn her eye to the political world for the first time, and the results make an impact. “When I began taking pictures,” Julie Blackmon says, “I was primarily interested in documenting the lives of my five sisters and myself as we raised families in the Ozarks in the 21st century. My goal was to capture the mythical in the ordinary, and I gradually...
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