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For teenage girls the years of adolescence are a complex and sensitive period in which they learn to see themselves in the context of society and wrestle with their identity. It is a time of psychological and physical change. Julia Fullerton-Batten photographed teenage girls in a landscape setting that was strange to them, and asked them to pose. The result is a measure of the discomfort that is inseparably linked with this phase of life.
The British photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten (West Germany, 1970) grew up in Germany and the United States. She studied at the Berkshire College of Art and Design in Reading, England, and has been a freelance photographer since 2001. She twice won a John Kobal Award, and in 2005 and 2007 she was honoured by the Royal Photographic Society in England. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the National Portrait Gallery and the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne.
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