November 20th, 2016
Photographer

Julie Blackmon

Friday evening we went to the opening of an exhibition of Ansel Adams photographs at NCMA. The show is great, but the accompanying exhibitions—Light Works:100 Years of Photos and especially, New Photos: Long Island Collects, which includes works by Mathew Barney, Cindy Sherman, Robert Mapplethorpe, John Baldessari, William Klein, Ormond Gigli, and Julie Blackmon—are amazing and well worth the trip.

Blackmon’s images of family chaos are hilarious—I’m going to add one of her photographs to our collection.

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  • Just looked through her website – love her photographs.

    KathyNovember 20th, 2016  7:16 PM

     
  • Adorable!

    RuthNovember 21st, 2016  4:58 AM

     
  • I love your blog and these photographs are fantastic.
    One thing I think would be nice is if you had your links open in a separate window. That way I still have the Keep it Chic window on my computer even as I click through some of the links you’ve included, and can get back to where I started (KiC) easily.
    Thanks again, always such a fun treat to check out Keep It Chic.

    LeeNovember 21st, 2016  2:09 PM

     
  • Hi Lee,
    It’s easier for mobile viewing to not open in a separate window, and most of my readers look at kic on their phones or iPads.

    PrestonNovember 22nd, 2016  5:39 AM

     

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