Julia’s Korea project was recently featured in Dodho Magazine online and L’Oeil de le Photographie.
“My lighting uses a combination of natural and artificial light, which gives a cinematic effect. In the instance of the portraits the beauty and poses of the models wearing Hanbok was sufficient. In some street scenes I used various props in contrast with the traditional dress to give flashbacks to the past, see here ‘Firewood’and ‘Grain’.”
Julia’s current solo exhibition, “A Testament to Love,” her third in New York, was featured on Art Daily last week. The article included a detailed description the show which is open until February 15th at the Jenkins Johnson Gallery.
“Building on her earlier series that investigate the psyches and relationships of teenage girls, her new series narrates the life struggles when love goes wrong. The women in the images wrestle with the eternal search for a happy ending but find themselves left with feelings of solitude, loneliness, fear, regret, and resignation. Fullerton-Batten focuses on the moments just before or just after the climax of the scenario, which are laden with emotion and tension, leaving the viewer with more questions than answers.”
Julia is honored to present her work for the first time in Scandinavia at Fotografiska in Stockholm, Sweden. The exhibition, Staged Reality, will be on display from February 14 – May 4 and showcases some of her most iconic images.
Images from Julia Fullerton-Batten’s “A Testament to Love” series are currently in an exhibition at the Jenkins Johnson Gallery in New York City. The gallery will be open until February 15th, with an opening reception on January 9th from 6pm-8pm.
As 2013 comes to a close, we wanted to share some our favorite images from this year. In lieu of gifts, we have made a donation to The Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. This has been a great year and we are looking forward to working together in 2014!
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Julia recently photographed English actress, Lily Cole, for the cover of the Sunday Edition of the Telegraph Magazine. The article focuses on Lily Cole’s new website and app, Impossible.com, which encourages people to do things for others for free.
Throughout the month of December, Julia will be part of a group exhibition at the Photographic Museum of Humanity, the first online museum dedicated to contemporary photography. The internet gallery will feature Julia’s “Unadorned” project, along with four other projects from various artists.
We are pleased to announce that a series, titled “Blind,” by VAUGHAN HANNIGAN photographer, Julia Fullerton-Batten, was selected as “Best in Book” for Creative Review’s 2013 Photo annual. Two additional sets of her images, Tokyo and A Testament to Love, were also selected for the Personal/Non Published category. A photo from her Blind series was selected to appear on the cover of the December 2013 issue.