Doesn’t She, from the portfolio: Nellies (K)Night

Open edition, 15 printed at time

Archival Moab paper


19″ x 13″

Retail Value: $4,000

Minimum Bid: $1,400



Photo shot at Halloween 1968. At the time, Halloween was the only period in which cross-dressing was permissible and legal.


Jack Fulton’s photographic oeuvre is vast and characterized by boundless experimentation. His investigations in color techniques, materials and processes have received early critical attention, documented in numerous museum survey shows. Examples of these include: The SFMOMA California Photography since 1945, (touring show 1984–8); Contemporary Photography—The California Focus, Armand Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, 1995; American Photography Today, University of Denver, Colorado, 1982; and New American Color Photography at the Institute for Contemporary Art in London, 1981.

Other of Fulton’s key works came about as a result of his collaborations with other artists such as Bruce Nauman, his distinctive archive of more than 20 years of field trips with his students to Nevada, engagement with the social and cultural changes in the Bay Area and his travels around the country and the world. Fulton’s work has been recognized in over 30 solo exhibitions and over 50 group exhibitions in museums and galleries nationwide and abroad. He received numerous awards including fellowships and a publishing grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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