curated by Kelli Connell
Filter Photo is pleased to present OUTS, a group exhibition of photography curated by Kelli Connell.
For this exhibition, 54 photographers provide an image that didn’t fit into any of their projects, an OUT, but remained compelling for them nonetheless. This exhibition affords the opportunity for these outliers to be seen together, creating new visual relationships between seemingly disparate images made by some of the most prominent photographers working in the medium today. There is a corresponding publication published by Skylark Editions.
Carlos Javier Ortiz
Cecil McDonald, Jr
Daniel W. Coburn
Jo Ann Callis
Joshua Dudley Greer
Joy Drury Cox
Justin James Reed
Melissa Ann Pinney
Rebecca Norris Webb
Kelli Connell is an artist whose work investigates sexuality, gender, identity, and photographer/sitter relationships. Her work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the J Paul Getty Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Photography, among others. Publications of her work include PhotoWork: Forty Photographers on Process and Practice (Aperture), Photo Art: The New World of Photography (Aperture), and the monograph Kelli Connell: Double Life (DECODE Books). Connell has received fellowships from The MacDowell Colony, PLAYA, Peaked Hill Trust, LATITUDE, Light Work, and The Center for Creative Photography. Connell lives and works in Chicago where she teaches at Columbia College Chicago and is an editor at SKYLARK Editions.
This exhibition was partially sponsored by The Illinois Arts Council Agency.
Exhibition Dates: July 1st - August 19th, 2022
Location: Filter Space | 1821 W. Hubbard St., Ste. 207