And I think these two photos just go really well with your writing, especially the van when it’s sort of dirty. This Train Is Bound For Glory examines the lore of trains, hobos and campers seeking freedom in the American landscape, a landscape interpreted in part through photographs of Kurland’s young son Casper with whom she traveled for much of his early life. Justine Kurland, After Weston, 2010Courtesy the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash. I remember you taking so long to write this thing called “Now We Are Six” and I really like the writing of it. I also remember waking up to that really awesome noise of the rain on the roof. I don’t know any of the girls in Justine Kurland’s Girl Pictures, but it really feels like I do. Kurland: It’s true. As of 2018[update] she had been dating her current female partner for three years. Or at least, I must have seen them. Maybe they were there on the side of the highway, or in some public restroom, or just standing on a sidewalk as I passed by. Vendor VIVIANE SASSEN Regular price €198,00 Sale price €198,00 Sale. Following in the photographic lineage of Robert Frank, Stephen Shore, and Joel Sternfeld, Justine Kurland’s work examines the story of America―and the idea of the American dream juxtaposed against the reality. [3], Publications with contributions by Kurland, "Another Girl Another Planet - Exhibitions - Van Doren Waxter", "This Photographer Envisioned a Fierce Army of Girls, Forging Their Own Paths", "Justine Kurland | Museum of Contemporary Photography", "Formats and Editions of Justine Kurland : Spirit West. Since 2004, Kurland and her young son, Casper, have traveled in their customized van, going south in the winter and north in the summer, her life as an artist and mother finely balanced between the need for routine and the desire for freedom and surprise. I really like that the fog makes the railroad tracks the only thing you can see, and I really like the white rocks and the white wood. Dec 17, 2018 - Explore Hallie Arden's board "Photographers" on Pinterest. I wanted to talk about how the train had become part of the landscape. Distribution I used to . McCorkle: Yeah. McCorkle: If I’m like forty and you’re like one? AbeBooks.com: Justine Kurland: Highway Kind (9781597113281) and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. Justine Kurland, Untitled (Birds), 2008Courtesy the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash. Interviews - December 19, 2016 Would you do anything different if you could? “After the birth of my son, Casper, in 2004, I began a series of photographs that juxtapose radical repre (...) sentations of motherhood with idealized views of the American West. Kurland: There was one guy in Colorado who used to work for the railroad, so he knew the schedule. McCorkle: And also the signs. Kurland: When I showed you these pictures for the back of the book you described this photograph formally. Every night he has all the kids sit in a circle—they call it “temple”—and they read philosophers like Hegel. 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 … We met rail fans who helped us. Old Joy (2004) turns to men. For more than a decade, Justine Kurland has taken photographs during annual cross-country journeys from New York to the Pacific Northwest that reveal the double-edged nature of the American dream. Yeah. It looks like the birds have wrecked havoc. Kurland: I ask people to let me photograph them, and a lot of the times they say, “No.” But I never photographed anyone who didn’t want to be photographed. It’s about the master–slave relationship. In Waldo Farm Train Hoppers (2011)—where was this? It doesn’t stick to one theme. Justine Kurland - The Family for Sale What I like most about her and her art work, is that she captures the beauty of natural things. Raised on the Road: Justine Kurland in Conversation with Her Son, Casper After years traversing the U.S. together in a van, the photographer and her son sit down for a candid interview. Justine Kurland - signed copy. In 2003 she had European solo shows Golden Dawn (London) and Welcome Home (Vienna), based around these series of commune images. McCorkle: Maybe. Meeting on the Hill exemplifies Justine Kurland's affinity for the landscape image. Kurland: He’s super handsome, he’s a foxy dude. After having a son, Kurland began to photograph pregnant women and new mothers ("Mama Baby", 2004–2007). She earned her B.F.A. McCorkle: I don’t know. Kurland’s pictures of mechanics and car culture are touching and affectionate. Terms of Use. from the School of Visual Arts in 1996. Kurland: When I showed my photographs to the rail fans, they weren’t impressed because they had zoom lenses and tried to photograph the trains in a particular ways. This was her first exhibition of a photographic interest that lasted from 1997, when she began taking pictures of her mentor Laurie Simmons's babysitter and her friends, to 2002. You know why I like him? [6], Kurland began dating women shortly after completing her "Girls" series, work with an undercurrent of sex and female sexuality. She shows visionaries trekking naked into the wilderness, where they undergo spiritual experiences. They leave the ambivalence to us. Our guest in this episode is photographer, writer and teacher Justine Kurland. Kurland: Do you remember this one where you’re brushing your teeth? You talked about the birds and your hair being chaotic—do you remember saying that? There was a guy in California who brought us some place in the mountains. Casper McCorkle: How does this quote by William Carlos Williams reflect your road trips in your opinion? What’s your favorite picture in the book? When I was there they were reading Hegel, who wrote this book called Phenomenology of the Spirit (1807), which later became a model for Karl Marx. Kurland: When you grow up and you have kids will you bring them on road trips? Kurland: What do you think overall of the book? They are literally exposed to the world and Justine chooses to capture these wonderful moments Ruby Beach, Washington. Do you know? And there were these designated spots, the Donner Pass or the Tchepatche Loop, or the Caliente Pass, or in the San Gabriel mountains where we met other people. Kurland: Waldo Farm is outside Gainesville, Florida. Justine Kurland, Spit Bubble, 2013Courtesy the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash. It was a good way to describe the photograph. McCorkle: No, I really like what you did with the book. Staff All Work is Copyright Of Respective Owner, Otherwise © 2020 Aperture Foundation. These people live a life style where they are all bare living in the wilderness surrounded by nature. The staged photos take place in urban and wilderness settings, with girls depicted as though to imply they are runaways, hopeful and independent. Justine Kurland, 280 Coup, 2012. While her earlier photographs of schoolgirls were inspired by her own experience as a runaway, the birth of her son Casper in 2004 shifted her focus to pregnant women and mothers. The guy who owns the place is also a photographer, but he used to be a philosophy teacher. Kurland: It’s just a style. Click here to see an interactive timeline which details the history of Aperture. McCorkle: Could I ask a question? This past fall, Kurland released her latest photo book, Highway Kind , a virtuosic narrative comprised of 10 years of work that she made while criss-crossing America in a green van that she had retro-fitted to include a bed, a bookcase, cupboards and hardwood floors. She is known to travel across the country in an RV with her son, scouting out locations in the American wilderness for her photographs. Kurland first gained public notice with her work in the group show Another Girl, Another Planet (1999), at New York's Van Doren Waxter gallery. Justine Kurland, Untitled (Sleeping in Van), 2006Courtesy the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash. It was a long time ago for some of these places. In 2005 she had a solo show in Japan. McCorkle: No, I like my friends and I have a good school. Mitchell-Innes & Nash is honored to present Girl Pictures, 1997-2002 by Justine Kurland. Do you remember going to these different places to look for trains to photograph? Justine Kurland admits to having “terrible timing” when it comes to publishing photography books. [3][4], As landscapes she chose the 'secret places' of late childhood; wasteland on the edges of suburbia, 'owned' only by a feral nature and unsupervised children. But the one thing I didn’t like about being on the road was the six hour, eight hour trips. Justine Kurland, What Casper Might Look Like If He Grew Up to be a Junkie in Tacoma, 2013Courtesy the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash. This will be her first solo presentation in Los Angeles. Sometimes I think about what if you’re my age and I’m your age. The First PhotoBook category celebrates the, Announcing Aperture magazine's winter 2020 issue, Celebrating the evolving narrative of the, Ben Krewinkel's online archive considers the. Like on the weekends, just teleport to the sand dunes, teleport to Red Rock Canyon, all the places in your photographs, and see what changed. Do you remember those guys? Justine Kurland's new book "Girl Pictures" brings together images of rebellious teens taken in the late 1990s. Raised on the Road: Justine Kurland in Conversation with Her Son, Casper, Dawoud Bey on the Photography World, Past and Present, 2020 PhotoBook Awards Shortlist: PhotoBook of the Year, 2020 PhotoBook Awards Shortlist: First PhotoBook, 2020 PhotoBook Awards Shortlist: Catalogue of the Year, Tyler Mitchell’s Love for a Common Way of Life, The Queer Black Artists Building Worlds of Desire. What’s your favorite photo out of all of these that you made? But I remember going in the back of the van and then waking up when you were still sound asleep and dreaming. Or at least, I must have seen them. In her show Community, Skyblue (2002), Kurland turned to documenting the utopian communes of Virginia and California, highlighting the unworldly aspirations of the communards by having them appear naked in her pictures and showing them as only distant figures in their landscape. I’d like to think you’ll have a better life than this guy. Her deep interest in the road, the western frontier, escape, and ways of living outside mainstream values pervade this stunning and important body of work. McCorkle: I think we got off the road at a good time. Kurland: The back of this book has some of the snapshots I took between the other photographs. The Atmosphere of Crime ... Justine Kurland - signed copy. I have a question about basically all of the train pictures. It really describes the road trip experience. Mitchell-Innes & Nash is honored to present Girl Pictures, 1997-2002 by Justine Kurland. McCorkle: Yeah. Her early work comprises photographs, taken during many cross-country road trips, which reveal the double-edged nature of the American dream. McCorkle: Yes, and there was a spit bowl, oh god. Justine Kurland, Union Pacific at Donner Pass, 2008Courtesy the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash. It has a theme of cars, and trains, and me when I was little, and it’s just really cool. McCorkle: I think that makes a lot of sense. Kurland: You would press the shutter for me? It’s kind of like a commune—a bunch of punk, train-riding kids go and stay there for free in exchange for work. Part of the philosophy is that everyone should live off the labors of their own work, and that mastery is achieved through labor. Yeah, I think. I remember being there and how rickety it was. McCorkle: In the picture with the birds, I remember being there, and it was kind of cool and really scary. Get the best of Aperture in your inbox every day. Kayne Griffin Corcoran is pleased to present a solo exhibition featuring New York-based artist Justine Kurland. Justine Kurland, Keddie Wye, 2009Courtesy the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash. Indeed, the fall of man, or more exactly fallen men, have their own erotic pathos. Kurland: I think the last photograph in this book is my favorite. Kurland: I don’t know. Host an Exhibition, Contact Us For the better part of three years, the open road was Justine Kurland’s home and inspiration. Justine Kurland, Casper At Work, 2010, Courtesy Mitchell-Innes & Nash. Justine Kurland's Beautiful Photos Taken On a Five-Year Road Trip With Her Young Son I took Casper on his first road trip when he was three-months old and by the time he was one we managed to stay out most of each year for the next five years of his life. What Does Utopia Look Like in Photography Today? Altogether, Kurland published 69 pictur… In the spirit of the 19th-century landscape photographers, who produced idealized, utopian images of the American wilderness, Justine Kurland crisscrosses the country with her 4 x 5 camera and her young son, meeting and photographing fellow travelers in grand natural settings. I think I always used to—it was called a shutter, I think, right? Privacy Policy For years, he has accompanied her on shoots out west where traveling caravan-style, they befriend road dogs, train hoppers, back-to-the land commune members, and other emblematic types of … What philosophy does he believe in? Justine Kurland, Baby Tooth, 2011. Justine Kurland: Lynne Tillman begins her stories “Still Moving” with this quote from a poem he wrote about the wind: “I am bound more to my sentences the more that you batter me to follow you.” Highway Kind starts with photographs of trains and if you think about it, all the words in a sentence are like a train, and maybe both a sentence and a train are like the wind—they move along a path. Justine Kurland (born 1969) is a fine art photographer based in New York. I didn’t ask him. These signs look dirty and then over here it’s all nice in that direction the birds are headed in. Altogether, Kurland published 69 pictures of girls in a series called "Girl Pictures." JUSTINE KURLAND Las fotografías de Kurland no son las de alguien que recorre las carreteras, sino la de alguien que vive en ellas. DIE SON SIEN ALLES - signed copy. After years traversing the U.S. in a van, the photographer and her son sit down for a candid interview. Sometimes I was asleep and I slept for a long time and you were driving and I was still in the back. Her book Spirit West (2000) featured similar work on a more ambitious scale. In Meeting on the Hill a small group of people join on the tip of a cliff, while one lone figure stands aside by the tree in the foreground. 2006. Justine Kurland They have destroyed the landscape. The times I photographed you when you didn’t want me to, we would make a make deal. Lynne Tillman’s stories blow against my photographs in a way that stirs up meaning. I think it’s really good. McCorkle: You know what I really like about this book? Rebuilt Engine, 2013. I started going to museums at an early age, but my imagery is equally influenced by illustrations from the fairy tales I read as a child. Kurland: We didn’t have a sink so you had to use the water out of the jug and a spit bowl. Kurland's work appears on the cover and liner notes of French electronic/shoegaze group M83's 2004 album Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts, as well as the covers of the EP releases for the album. And if their mom wanted to go or whatever. Raised on the Road: Justine Kurland in Conversation with Her Son, Casper After years traversing the U.S. together in a van, the photographer and her son sit down for a candid interview. These kids might have dropped out of school and haven’t had a lot of education but because they’re all working together, they can understand some really deep, complex ideas. But when you really didn’t want to be photographed, you just kind of walked away. FAQ In the spirit of the 19th-century landscape photographers, who produced idealized, utopian images of the American wilderness, Justine Kurland crisscrosses the country with her 4 x 5 camera and her young son, meeting and photographing fellow travelers in grand natural settings. But I’d want the train to disappear into the landscape. Kurland has long been fascinated with the American West, and like previous bodies of work the photographs in this exhibition were made over the course of extended road trips with her son. Before the birth of her son, Casper, Kurland spent most of her time travelling across America in search of subjects to … in 1998. But yeah if I could just teleport anywhere with the van, I would definitely do that a lot. We got chased by cows. The last part of the book gets pretty depressing. What is he doing? McCorkle: I have a question. Kurland also attributes her more recent photographs of trains and train stowaways to Casper’s love of those vehicles. Aperture, a not-for-profit foundation, connects the photo community and its audiences with the most inspiring work, the sharpest ideas, and with each other—in print, in person, and online. Kurland: He’s a junkie. Probably not, I don’t know. In her 2004 show Songs of Experience she explored medieval and Biblical imagery. 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Justine Kurland | Aperture Sea Stack, Double Mama. How long did you normally have to wait until a train came, and did you know when the trains would come by? In an article in ArtForum (April 2000) she talked of her inspirations: "I'm always thinking about painting: nineteenth-century English picturesque landscapes and the utopian ideal, genre paintings, and also Julia Margaret Cameron's photographs. Her son's interest in trains would lead her to photograph hobos and trains from 2007 to 2011 ("This Train Is Bound for Glory"); as he grew up, she became interested in American masculinity, and created photographs of cars and mechanics ("Sincere Auto Care," 2014–2015).[3]. And a deal is a deal. Kurland: No, he’s super handsome, what to you mean he’s ugly? Jobs Kurland: Do you wish we were still on the road? Raised on the Road: Justine Kurland in Conversation with Her Son, Casper aperture December 19, 2016 After years traversing the U.S. in a van, the photographer and her son sit down for a candid interview. In early 2001 Kurland spent several months in New Zealand, where she created similar work with schoolgirls there.[5]. Kurland: Yeah. You know what I mean? Kurland first gained public notice with her work in the group show Another Girl, Another Planet (1999), at New York's Van Doren Waxter gallery. DIE SON SIEN ALLES - signed copy. His hair and his bone structure—he looks exactly like what you’re going to look like when you grow up. I like it. Her deep interest in the road, the western frontier, escape, and ways of living outside mainstream values pervade this stunning and important body of work. When you look through these pictures, do you think it was a happy childhood? See more ideas about Justine kurland, Photo, Photography. Justine Kurland’s Highway Kind is largely comprised of pictures that have been published or shown before as two self-contained projects. You said the leader used to be a philosophy person or whatever. See more ideas about Photography, Photographer, Justine kurland. . The show included her large c-print staged tableau pictures of neo-romantic landscapes inhabited by young adolescent girls, half-sprites, half juvenile delinquents. Now a mother herself, Kurland has not surprisingly turned the camera on her son, Casper, who more than a muse, has become her collaborator. 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. 1969, Warsaw, New York Lives and works in New York, NY Justine Kurland is known for her utopian photographs of American landscapes and the fringe communities, both real and imagined, that inhabit them. Advertising Sometimes we would wait all day. We used to talk about you brushing your teeth professionally? The buildings are neat and organized and then there’s basically chaos. Board of Trustees Jun 2, 2020 - b. This was her first exhibition of a photographic interest that lasted from 1997, when she began taking pictures of her mentor Laurie Simmons's babysitter and her friends, to 2002. 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 … Justine Kurland, Waldo Farm Train Hoppers, 2011 Courtesy the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash. She went on to Yale University where she studied with Gregory Crewdson[1] and Philip-Lorca diCorcia and graduated with an M.F.A. Hung nearby was a sequence of photographs showing Kurland’s son in a car seat, in the front passenger ... roving the country with their cameras, and Justine Kurland has followed suit. Following in the photographic lineage of Robert Frank, Stephen Shore, and Joel Sternfeld, Justine Kurland's work examines the story of America--and the idea of the American dream juxtaposed against the reality. “The first book I made with Aperture, Highway Kind , was released the day Trump was elected, and now Girl Pictures comes out in the middle of Covid-19,” she writes to AnOther over email as her latest book is published. Announcing the Winners of the 2020 PhotoBook Awards, Why Deborah Willis Thinks the Photobook Can Be Transformative. I wish I could teleport to some of the places we’ve gone and sleep in the van. Kurland: I think maybe anarchy or Marxism. Actually when I met him he asked me if he could put his drugs in my van for a little while. Kurland: You’re glad we got off the road? McCorkle: I remember this one. When elementary school started in first grade, I think that was a good time. . Justine Kurland, Watermelon Still Life, 2012Courtesy the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash. Justine Kurland, courtesy of the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash, NY. [2] The show included her large c-print staged tableau pictures of neo-romantic landscapes inhabited by young adolescent girls, half-sprites, half juvenile delinquents. McCorkle: You photographed me when I didn’t want to be photographed. 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. Mar 7, 2016 - Explore Karyn Dempsey - Art Teacher's board "Justine Kurland", followed by 503 people on Pinterest. I don’t know if I could be a photographer, but if I could, if I had all the money for gas, and they were little, I probably might. Kurland was born in Warsaw, New York. 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