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Little Joker

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Photography - Total edition of 30 - Chromogenic print - Aluminium Dibond - Matte acrylic glass - Baroque frame

Little Joker

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€39 / month
and a €78 Deposit
€69 / month
and a €138 Deposit
€99 / month
and a €198 Deposit

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THE STORY BEHIND…

“I know something you don’t know!” This little joker seems to be taking the piss out of us as well as her Dad, in this moment of dark humor. We realize that under batman’s trademark mask seen on each of his children’s faces, creeps a menacing clown smile. The joker lives within! The youngest of the three children of Batman and Cat woman points directly at us, with her glass-like supernatural eyes, informing us of how we have been tricked for all these years. “Haha, I knew all along!” At the time when this photograph was taken, the model was 18 months old, hence hard to direct. We think it’s such an awesome shot.

This captivating portrait is part of the superhero-inspired, photographic series that Jenny Boot has produced as part of The Awesome collection. As most editions of the artwork have found a new owner already it is under collectors status and therefore a little more pricey than most other works.

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Jenny Boot (The Netherlands, 1969) started her artistic career as a painter, but soon realised photography was an even more precise medium to express her feelings, a language that gave her more control in translating her vision into images.