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BILL OWENS
Backyard with Pool (1981), 2000

Edition of 250
40(w) x 50(h) cm
15.94(w) x 19.88(h) inches
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Backyard with Pool (1981), 2000

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40(w) x 50(h) cm
15.94(w) x 19.88(h) inches
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C-type print

Image size: 12 x 18 in

Signed and numbered on verso

Only 20 printed of the edition of 250.

Edition of 250
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Bill Owens Biography

Bill Owens was there at the birth of suburbia in late 60s California, and he had the awareness to document a quiet piece of history. New furniture and fireplaces, lawns and laminated surfaces: Owens’ candid photographs are a rare and charming record of these early optimistic home-owners, dreaming their domestic American dreams.
 
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American photographer Bill Owens dedicated his early career to documenting the suburban bliss of America. Working as a photojournalist, the artist was invited into the homes of hundreds of families, giving an extraordinary glimpse into their rooms, lives and culture; often different, but also very familiar to his own. His book ‘Suburbia’ (1972) quickly rose to acclaim earning him the Guggenheim Fellowship - and led to three further books about suburban America between 1975 and 2004. The significance of Owens work is testimony to the American Dream and the importance of our day-to-day lives. A relevant theme half a century later in the midst of a global pandemic.
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