In a new column for VICE by Elyssa Goodman – Woman Seeing Woman – the writer addresses the scarcity of attention given to women photographers. This month, the column covers the work of Julie Blackmon – an artist, a woman, a mother – who is making work that reflects on her view of the world through the complicated and often overwhelming lens of parenting.

Here is a link to the article.

Julie Blackmon’s Surreal Photos Show the Chaos of Being a Parent
by Elyssa Goodman
May 3, 2018

Julie Blackmon, Midwest Materials, 2018, 22x25", 31.75x35.75", 40x45", edition of 10, 7, 5

Julie Blackmon, Midwest Materials, 2018, 22×25″, 31.75×35.75″, 40×45″, edition of 10, 7, 5

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