Justine Kurland

BFA, School of Visual Arts (New York). MFA, Yale University. New York-based photographer/artist with solo exhibitions at numerous galleries and museums worldwide, including: Frank Elbaz Gallery, Elizabeth Leah Gallery, Monte Faria Gallery, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Monte Clark Gallery. Works represented in numerous permanent collections, including: The International Center of Photography (New York), Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago), Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum of Art (New York), and Whitney Museum of American Art. Guest lecturer at Columbia University, Columbia College of Art, University of California-Los Angeles, and numerous others. Her photos have been published widely and featured most notably in Art in Review, The New York Times, Vogue, The Washington Post, The New Yorker, and Harper’s Bazaar. Her photography is featured in numerous books and catalogues, including: Art Photography Now, Bright, Susan (Aperture Foundation, 2005), Old Joy, Jonathan Raymond (Artspace Books, 2004), and Justine Kurland: Spirit West, John Kelsey (Coromandel, 2002). SLC, 2011–

Undergraduate Courses 2017-2018

Visual and Studio Arts

Intermediate Photography

Intermediate , Seminar—Fall

This class investigates techniques, methods, and strategies of black-and-white and color photography. Students will develop a body of work based on personal vision, interests, and beliefs. We will look at key moments in the history of the photography, specifically as it pertains to documentary and conceptual traditions, in order to contextualize the work that students make. Students will be introduced to ideas of installation, book layout, editing and sequencing through bibliomaniac explorations, and gallery/museum visits. Students are welcome to use either analog or digital format and will be supported with technical guidance. Experimentation with mixed media is encouraged. The development of a cohesive and original body of photographs—based on making, thinking, and remaking—will be at the core of this experience.