Sleeping Mermaids In the late 1990s, photographer Justine Kurland imagined runaway girls roaming the American landscape -- gathering in the woods, along highways and in open fields. Gift of the Heather and Tony Podesta Collection. Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce Justine Kurland's inclusion in Into the Sunset, opening March 29th at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Shipwrecked, 2000.. When we think of wild America, it’s likely it conjures masculine, rather than feminine, visions – from John Wayne cowboy tropes roaming the desert to truckers pulling into dinners nestled on a long-stretch of road. The girls she chose invariably understood the idea of the pictures. In this week’s edition, visuals editor Michael Beckert chats with Justine Kurland. It’s as though the members of the legendary seventies girl band wandered away from their tour bus at a highway rest stop and just kept going. Highway Sculptures we have never walked around. Reading Time: 12 minutes Justine Kurland, Alfredo Jaar, Rhiannon Adam, Cao Fei and others, reflect on the idea of Utopia amid the current crisis — the first in a series of articles inviting artists to respond to a theme with image and text. candidate at Yale working on her now-iconic series “Girl Pictures” (1997-2002), staged portraits of adolescent girls cast as runaways wandering beneath highway overpasses and mucking around in roadside drainage ditches. – you can create a world for yourself, one that’s bearable to live in,” Kurland said. Photographer Justine Kurland reclaimed this space in her now-iconic series of images of teenage girls, taken between 1997 and 2002 on the road in the American wilderness. Siskiyou Mountain Tea Party Sex simmers under the surface, not to mention – and more importantly – self-sufficiency. 2006 Like pages of a memoir, the prints capture Justine’s memories of Bruce—from his small victories as well as stinging pain from his illness and poverty. 2000. She then digitises them using specific colour references. A few years ago, there was a yellow Kodak box on Kurland’s wall labeled “girl pictures” on masking tape. Justine Kurland: Girl Pictures, 1997-2002 @Mitchell-Innes & Nash. Gunshots, gloomy saloons and stony-faced outlaws form the bedrock of the ‘wild west’ in our imagination, thanks to its feature as a recurring backdrop to some of Hollywood’s classics. 11 by 14 in. 40 by 50 in. Mitchell-Innes & Nash is honored to present Girl Pictures, 1997-2002 by Justine Kurland. Kurland created a stage for the narrative to unravel, “so the pictures have only a … The girls were rebelling. Justine Kurland | Justine Kurland (Aperture) Dairy Queen. Justine Kurland, Polack-Krasner Grant (detail), 2020. Digital pigment print Digital pigment print Photograph by Justine Kurland. Bonfire The style, pretty and wistful, straddles fashion, fine art, even reportage. This month, Higher Pictures gallery presents Airless Spaces, a selection of new works from photographer Justine Kurland, alongside still-life paintings by her late father, Bruce Kurland. JUSTINE KURLAND 2008 JUSTINE KURLAND Artists. For general inquires or more information please contact  INFO@MIANDN.COM, Open Tuesday through Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM. Across her work, there’s a muted sense of romance, of both gritty desire and desperation. Kurland created a tableau at a West Auckland beach for this documentary-but-make-believe scene. 48.3 by 58.4 cm. 76.2 by 101.6 cm. JUSTINE KURLAND Locking eyes with a cowboy through the cinema screen is perhaps our most familiar insight into the North American frontier. We are in the process of updating our website, miandn.com, so that it complies with best practices and standards as defined by Section 508 of the U.S. 49.2 by 56.8 cm. Hidden: The Magnum Square Print Sale in Partnership with Aperture. Museum Helmond NL. “The girls in these photographs have gathered together in solidarity, claiming territory outside the margins of family and institutions.” Kurland would scout evocative locations, often with links to the 19th-century Western frontier, and recruit her youthful subjects from local towns and schools. 76.2 by 101.6 cm. Propane tanks exploded like bombs. Baxter St announces Artists In Focus Fund, a print sale and relief initiative that, like the name suggests, puts artists first. She received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York in 1996, and her MFA from Yale University in 1998. Later came images of commune members in wilderness idylls and panoramas of westbound freighters and the hobos who ride them. Salt Rim View over 40 Justine Kurland artworks sold at auction to research and compare prices. “I staged the girls as a standing army of teenaged runaways in resistance to patriarchal ideals,” she says. Here, Justine talks us through a few of the pictures. Through the pines and cedars came the persistent sound of crackling foil. 101.6 by 76.2 cm. Silver gelatin prints on paper, 11 x 8 1/2 inches. Justine Kurland (American, b. Auctions . Justine Kurland’s series Girl Pictures was taken between 1997 and 2002, the photographer staging shots in the American wilderness inspired by teenage runaways (“The girls in these photographs have gathered together in solidarity, claiming territory outside the margins of family and institutions,” she told AnOther as the series was exhibited last year). Young photographers such as Petra Collins, Olivia Bee, and Mayan Toledano have been capturing the private rites and practices of adolescents—in school, at parties, on road trips, alone in their bedrooms. “I never knew where I would end up or whom I would find,” she says, “so it was impossible to predetermine the outcome. In speaking about her first and, perhaps, most celebrated body of work, Girl Pictures (1997-2002), Kurland describes her practice as navigating “the spectrum between the perfect and the real.” The artist’s most recent body of work, however, eschews her former itinerant lifestyle with pictures that focus instead on the intimate, private spaces of her New York apartment or her mother’s home in rural Virginia. "I staged the girls as a standing army of teenaged runaways in resistance to patriarchal ideals," says Kurland. He had just graduated from Bard and was planning to use it to drive to Marfa, where he had an internship. Justine Kurland’s art is a vital part of the efflorescence of the staged photograph that began in the late 1990s. THIS LONG CENTURY is an ever-evolving collection of personal insights from artists, authors, filmmakers, musicians and cultural icons the world over. The North American frontier is an enduring symbol of romance, rebellion, escape, and freedom. Her subjects are puckish adolescents at a precipice in their lives. 30 by 40 in. Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt. Digital pigment print I felt like I was passing a baton. Photography that toes a line between documentary work and fine art may intrinsically contain half-truths, but that does not strip it of its sincerity, nor of its power. Rehabilitation Act and Level AA of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. FLoating a raft downt he Mississippi. JUSTINE KURLAND She loosely choreographed the groups of teenagers that she found, but mostly invited the girls into a promising setting and let them do their thing. In Highway Kind, we see Justine Kurland's on-the-road photographs as if through a film of fantasy - a very masculine, very American fantasy, about freedom and self-reliance and the big wide open. JUSTINE KURLAND Fine art photographer Justine Kurland is well-known for her dreamy images of women — care-free runaway adolescents, schoolgirls, mothers, and soon-to-be mothers, clothed and naked — captured in utopian American landscapes often cast in a gorgeous golden glow. At age fifteen, she had been sent to live with her father—a punitive measure for skipping school and smoking pot. 2006. 2006 __. Tel 212-744-7400 Fax 212-744-7401 1999 76.2 by 101.6 cm. Prospecting the South Fork of the Platte River It can be the mechanical means by which all the other visual arts – from painting and sculpture to performance – are documented, reproduced and publicized. Superstitious Mountain Photographer Justine Kurland was one of them. Paintings we have never seen in real life. Most people in Butte County had lived through multiple fires before—this is northern California, this is wildfire country—but no one had seen one like this, so fast and enveloping. Her recent gallery exhibitions include Girl Pictures, 1997-2002 at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York (2018) and Airless Spaces at Higher Pictures, New York (2018). Justine Kurland | Aperture Sea Stack, Double Mama. Born in 1969 in Warsaw, NY, she graduated from the NY School of Visual Arts in 1996. Digital pigment print Justine Kurland is known for her utopian photographs of American landscapes and the fringe communities, both real and imagined, that inhabit them. 127 by 101.6 cm. "If they're in a good mood, you can get work done. I would like to publicly renounce a belief system that once seemed useful and true to me; I’ve outgrown the romantic escapism of this mode of travel. She is best known for photographing subjects in American wilderness landscapes. Bruce Kurland & Justine Kurland – Two Worlds: Illusion & Document Sept. 24 through May 15, UB Anderson Gallery “Two Worlds: Illusion and Document” features work by photographer Justine Kurland and her father, the late-painter Bruce Kurland. Mitchell-Innes & Nash is committed to making its website accessible to all people, including individuals with disabilities. Print. Justine Kurland is incldued in FOTODOK's group exhibition Off the Grid, with work by Lucas Foglia, Bertus Gerssen, Justine Kurland, Pavel Prokopchik and Corine Vermeulen. 1998 76.2 by 101.6 cm. In a true collaboration, Justine Kurland and John Yau shared photographs and poems throughout the making of Black Threads from Meng Chiao, each reacting to the work of the other many times over. Justine Kurland is featured in The McNay Art Museum's Telling Tales: Contemporary Narrative Photography. I can always tell which teenage girls would love living in the woods with their friends.”. The show included her large c-print staged tableau pictures of neo-romantic landscapes inhabited by young adolescent girls, half- sprites, half juvenile delinquents. She was activating an alluring yet flawed mythology of exploration and self-sufficiency, recasting it with girls as the protagonists for once. A gritty, outlaw narrative connects scenes often photographed with the composition and soft light of 19th-century landscape paintings. Museum exhibitions have included The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit (2016), Into the Sunset: Photography's Image of the American West at the Museum of Modern Art, New York (2009) and Role Models: Feminine Identity in Contemporary American Photography at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. (2009). Digital pigment print Mama Baby, Ocean View 30 by 40 in. On view at the gallery’s Chelsea location on the occasion of the project’s 20th anniversary, this exhibition is the first presentation of the artist’s complete first printing of the Girl Pictures; the series is comprised of sixty-nine vintage prints. Alyssum was the first girl I photographed. 2010 Around the time she started working on a 2018 gallery show for Girl Pictures, a set of gorgeous portraits of teenage girls at play, shot between 1997 and 2002, the photographer Justine Kurland did something that proved just how much she had changed in the past 20 years. 76.2 by 101.6 cm. (30.8 x 47.9 cm.) 8. Lucas Foglia, Bertus Gerssen, Justine Kurland, Pavel Prokopchik and Corine Vermeulen. Digital pigment print The show included her large c-print staged tableau pictures of neo-romantic landscapes inhabited by young adolescent girls, half-sprites, half juvenile delinquents. The girls had run away from home, that much was clear. (17 3/4 x 22 1/2 in); Signed; Edition. Sea Stack, Double Mama. Mitchell-Innes & Nash is honored to present Girl Pictures, 1997-2002 by Justine Kurland. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum of Art, New York; the International Center of Photography, New York; the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; and, the Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, among others. Bruce Kurland & Justine Kurland – Two Worlds: Illusion & Document Sept. 24 through May 15, UB Anderson Gallery “Two Worlds: Illusion and Document” features work by photographer Justine Kurland and her father, the late-painter Bruce Kurland. 1969) – American Contemporary photographer Signed in ink on a label affixed to the reverse and numbered 22/100 Edition limited for Artists Space, New York Framed and matted Image dimensions: 12 ⅛ x 18 ⅞ in. These Photographers Captured What It Means to Be a Mother, After a 12-Year-Long Road Trip, Justine Kurland Captures the American Dream and the Freedom of the Open Road. Curtsy, 1999. Not on View. 76.2 by 101.6 cm. 2003 50 by 40 in. I happened to be dating her father at the time, but I vastly preferred her company to his. All of the works are c-prints from the series Girl Pictures, made between 1997 and 2002. I wanted the pictures to contain both my projection and the actuality of the situation.”, Throughout her career, photographer Justine Kurland has trained her lens on divergent subjects both documentary and staged: young girls, nude mothers, men at auto body shops. As part of Topic's Federal Project No. “I can always spot people,” she has said. 101.6 by 127 cm. Launching December 2nd, novices and connoisseurs alike will be able to purchase photographs from Baxter St's incredible cadre of lens-based artists for $150 each.… Artwork Detail Request a print This photograph is one from a series of 18 images, collectively titled the New Zealand Series. Digital pigment print JUSTINE KURLAND Ms. Kurland is known for photographing people in American wilderness landscapes, but the scene this day was the rent-stabilized apartment she shares with Casper, her 2-year-old son, on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. 30 by 40 in. The Fort, 1998, c-print 30 x 40" Courtesy of Gorney Bravin + Lee Gallery , NYC. Digital pigment print Justine Kurland (born 1969) is a fine art photographer based in New York. Digital pigment print At Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Kurland’s series, exhibited for the first time in its entirety, was cinematic in spirit. He had made up a little chant, something like, ‘We photograph mama babies, we photograph mama babies, we photograph… .’ and sang to me as I made pictures. 1969) Contemporary photographer Justine Kurland is best known for her large c-print tableaux of wastelands and childhood secret places, as well as her elaborating staging of these photographs. Sat, Sun 13-17. Justine Kurland. 47 by 61 cm. I imagined a world in which acts of solidarity betwe (...) en girls would engender even more girls—they would multiply through the sheer force of togetherness and lay claim to a new territory. Drawings (2111) Fine Art - General (189) Mixed Media Art (1493) Paintings (15047) Photography (1842) Posters (4839) Prints (16871) Sculptures (4902) View All Fine Art. “I wanted to make the communion between girls visible, foregrounding their experiences as primary and irrefutable.” A short story by Rebecca Bengal entitled The Jeremys is published in Girl Pictures, and encapsulates this longing for rebellion. Justine Kurland was born in 1969 in Warsaw, New York. Mount Baker, Commanding View Justine Kurland. Instead, the South Western plains become the realm of another kind of adventurer – the runaway teenage girl. These travelers include runaway girls, train-hopping hobos, hippies in communes, and mothers with their children. From the series, “Of Woman Born.” Ruby Beach, Washington. By Loring Knoblauch / In Galleries / June 18, 2018. Kurland staged her “standing army” of teenage runaways as independent, unapologetic and fearless. Creator Justine Kurland (American, born 1969) (Photographer) Date 1999 Medium Chromogenic print No one had witnessed a whole town go. I allowed my narratives to unravel as I constructed them. 76.2 by 101.6 cm. What we know of art, we often know through photographic images of it. Subscribe to access price results for 150,000 different artists! Anyway, no one could see an end to it, which reassured her, since so much seemed to be coming to an end. "I staged the girls as a standing army of teenaged runwaawys in resistance to patriarchal ideals," says Kurland. 45.1 by 57.2 cm. She was born in Warsaw, NY, and graduated from The School of Visual Arts in New York with a BFA in 1996. Photograph by Justine Kurland. Description Aperture is pleased to release this limited-edition print from Justine Kurland in support of her forthcoming monograph, Girl Pictures. Tucking smokes into the sleve of a T-shirt. Decorative Art. She portrays girls as fearless and free, tender and fierce. 2006 2013 Hannah Abel-Hirsch 28 April 2020. Justine Kurland’s art is a vital part of the efflorescence of the staged photograph that began in the late 1990s. Justine Kurland admits to having “terrible timing” when it comes to publishing photography books. But exactly what kind of baton was it? 1969, Warsaw, New YorkLives and works in New York, NY. Bringing together such intimate work as sketchbooks, personal memorabilia, annotated typescripts, short essays, home movies and near impossible to find archival work, THIS LONG CENTURY serves as a direct line to the contributers themselves. 40 by 30 in. The images published in this article, much like those in Girl Pictures, and ones that can be found in the public collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Guggenheim Museum, and International Center of Photography, New York, revel in “the double-edged nature of the American dream”, an intoxicating mix of freedom and darkness. She portrays girls as fearless and free, tender and fierce. Photographer Justine Kurland reclaimed this space in her now-iconic series of images of teenage girls, taken between 1997 and 2002 on the road in the American wilderness. 2008 The only catch? In her show "Songs of Experience," Justine Kurland offered a world of enchantment--outside the bounds of time and convention. Edition 1 of 6. She looks back on the project’s significance here. 2007 JUSTINE KURLAND THIS LONG CENTURY is an ever-evolving collection of personal insights from artists, authors, filmmakers, musicians and cultural icons the world over. 76.2 by 101.6 cm. Bruce was a classically trained painter of still life based in Buffalo until his death from cancer in 2013. In recent years, on Instagram and in fashion magazines, a girl-centric aesthetic has taken hold. Featuring the work of Louise Dahl-Wolfe, Anna Gaskell, Dana Hoey, Mwangi Hutter, Graciela Iturbide, Kirsten Justesen, Justine Kurland, Rania Matar, Ana Mendieta, Laurie Simmons, Xaviera Simmons and Janaina Tschäpe. Museum exhibitions include Into the Sunset: P 19 3/8 by 22 3/8 in. In celebration of Winona Barton-Ballentine's site-specific Photo Walls n Picture Collection exhibition Wild  Stainless,  Kurland and Barton-Ballentine converse about how culture, gender, social class, and motherhood, among other things, affect the desire for self-reinvention through the shaping of one’s surroundings; and how this is explored in photography and literature. 30 by 40 in. “The mothers in my photographs live in a world without men, in maternal bliss, embracing the pleasures of an animal existence. A lifelong nomad (she grew up traveling to Renaissance festivals, where her mother sold hand-sewn clothes), her tools are her 4×5 camera and her van, which allow her to dwell, briefly, in the worlds of the marginal figures she photographs. Kurland answers with sixty-nine transfixing photographs. If you wanted a place in the narrative, you had to imagine yourself inside of it. JUSTINE KURLAND Kurland relishes gravel, fences, dead animals, cell phone towers, broken windows, and car engines. Digital pigment print In these staged images, her subjects absorb themselves in activities by and for each other, from drawing on one another’s backs to killing small game. Justine Kurland is known for fabricating fantasy worlds in her photography by placing the nude figure within lavish landscapes, creating idealistic settings occupied by mystical characters. Originally from Warsaw, Poland, the photographer now resides in New York City. Donner Pass Like pages of a memoir, the prints capture Justine’s memories of Bruce—joy and passion from his small victories as well as stinging pain from his illness and poverty. Tag: Justine Kurland. The runaways of Justine Kurland’s Girl Pictures, 1997–2002—feral teens living in moody, thrill-seeking packs at the gorgeous outskirts of civilization—bear a more than passing resemblance to the Runaways. 17 3/4 by 22 1/2 in. It can be an art in itself – expressive, subjective, creative, inventive. All photographs by Justine Kurland; story by Rebecca Bengal, Kurland started out on her quest in New Haven’s semi-industrial hinterland before travelling further afield over the next five years on a mazy road trip; if the girls were on the margins, then she would be too. The results are warm and nostalgic, reminiscent of summer days. Her work has been exhibited extensively at museums and galleries in the U.S. and internationally. The American photographer Stephen Shore once declared, “Our country is made for long trips.” While the myth of the Western frontier had long engaged artists, and photographers including Walker Evans and Edward Weston immortalized their travels through the United States in the 1930s and 1940s, the American road trip gained new prominence in literature, music, movies, and photography … Justine Kurland. Wearing threadbare, slouchy clothes, sans makeup, and often with no men in sight, these girls “act” more often than “appear”—to reverse the terms of John Berger’s famous phrase, “Men act and women appear.”. JUSTINE KURLAND Courtesy of the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York. None of them are composed in your typical boring art-world format, around one person, usually of one ethnic, racial, sexual, or economic type, or one variety of object — tools, buildings, vehicles, electric chairs. At first she stayed close to home, shooting in and around New Haven, Conn., but eventually she began traveling farther afield; she wanted her own process to reflect the stories her images told. The Pig Roast  2001 JUSTINE KURLAND The 30 black and white works are gelatin silver prints, made between 2016 and 2018. This image is unavailable for download. 50.8 by 61 cm. The North American frontier is an enduring symbol of romance, rebellion, escape, and freedom. Witch Circle Justine Kurland (Aperture) ... ‘Hidden,’ the Magnum Square Print Sale in Partnership with Aperture, runs through midnight EDT Friday, November 1, … Justine Kurland is an American photographer noted for her various series of staged images depicting teenage girls (and, later, members of utopian communities or mothers and children), often naked, in bucolic landscapes. 76.2 by 101.6 cm. 2012 Kurland has carved out much of her career by finding the places and people she wanted to know; constantly traveling, her photographs of train-hoppers, the American west, and men or young women in the wilderness, are all of spaces and places she might not have belonged to initially, but came to know through a wonder that feels pure. The neo-romantic setting cues us into classical traditions of picturesque landscape or history painting. "I staged the girls as a standing army of teenaged runaways in resistance to patriarchal ideals," says Kurland. 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