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It’s about Time (By Holly Willis)

Boyhood spans 12 years, but it’s always in the moment.

Linklater’s attentive portrait of a Texan boy named Mason is less about what it means to be a young male than it is an evocation of another key theme in the filmmaker’s body of work, namely time. And not just time as a philosophical concept, but our time, the present moment, and what it means to be alive now. Right now.

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Mother #1 by Yunsung Jang, 2013 (© Yunsung Jang)
One of the two was shortlisted for The PB Portrait Award 2014 @ NPG

The portrait is of the artist’s mother. Yunsung Jang says he wanted to record not justher physical likeness, but the depth of their relationship, including ‘The complexities of devotion, pity, guilt, and gratefulness that a son feels toward his mother.’
Mother #1 by Yunsung Jang, 2013 (© Yunsung Jang)
One of the two was shortlisted for The PB Portrait Award 2014 @ NPG

The portrait is of the artist’s mother. Yunsung Jang says he wanted to record not justher physical likeness, but the depth of their relationship, including ‘The complexities of devotion, pity, guilt, and gratefulness that a son feels toward his mother.’

    Mother #1 by Yunsung Jang, 2013 
    (© Yunsung Jang)

    One of the two was shortlisted for The PB Portrait Award 2014 @ NPG

    The portrait is of the artist’s mother. Yunsung Jang says he wanted to record not justher physical likeness, but the depth of their relationship, including ‘The complexities of devotion, pity, guilt, and gratefulness that a son feels toward his mother.’