Amon Carter print details

Jacky

Joaquin Trujillo (b. 1976)

Object Details

  • Date

    2003, printed 2011

  • Object Type

    Photographs

  • Medium

    Inkjet print

  • Dimensions

    Image: 32 x 40 in.
    Sheet: 40 x 48 in.

  • Edition

    1/7

  • Inscriptions

    [None]

  • Credit Line

    Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas, Purchase with funds provided by the Stieglitz Circle of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art

  • Accession Number

    P2012.2

  • Copyright

    © Joaquin Trujillo

Additional details

Location: Off view
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Educator Resources
  • How has the purpose, media, and style of portraits changed and/or stayed the same throughout time?

    How has childhood, and the place of childhood in the national imagination, changed throughout time?

    How might the background, clothes, facial expression, and body language depicted in a portrait reveal something about the sitter?

    How might the style, subject, and depiction of the sitter reveal something about the artist who created the portrait?

    How might seeing one artwork from a series compare to viewing the complete series?

  • Grades 4–12

    Activity 1
    Students will make a list of reoccurring special events or family traditions. From that list they will choose one event or tradition to write about. Students should consider what steps and rituals they perform to get ready for this activity. Then students will write a paragraph describing these steps in order.

    Activity 2
    Using smartphones, tablets, or other cameras, students will partner up to take portraits of each other. Each student will have the opportunity to be both the photographer and the subject of the portrait. In the role of photographer, students will make decisions about setting, pose, and composition, and will direct the subject. After each student has been in both roles, the class can discuss what it was like to take on each role, which they preferred, and why.

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