Kelly Kristin Jones
Based in Chicago, Illinois
Stanley's Sector, 2017
Collage on archival pigment print (framed)
20 x 20 inches
Courtesy Sandler Hudson Gallery
Jones's photography captures intersections between history, memory, race, gender, and representation while picking at the relationships between performance and documentation. Her projects have long been marked by a fascination with geography and local history, whether abstract photographs of Atlanta construction sites or doctored images dealing with the history of confederate monuments in the South.
Kelly Kristin Jones is a Chicago-based visual artist who earned her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. During her time in Georgia, she completed a Post-MFA Faculty Fellowship at the University of Georgia, a MINT Leap Year Fellowship, and was the 2015-16 Forward Arts Foundation Emerging Artist Award winner. She is represented by Sandler Hudson Gallery in Atlanta, where her solo exhibition Cotton Is Still King (Though Robbed of Some of Its Dictatorship) in 2017.
Donated By Kelly Kristin Jones