Jacinda Russell

Jacinda Russell is a conceptual artist who transforms objects into self-portraits, representations of place, and symbols of fixation. She works primarily in the mediums of photography, installation, and bookmaking. Her artwork has been exhibited at the Phoenix Art Museum, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Texas Gallery, Houston Center for Photography, Eyebeam, and the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. In 2017, she was awarded the Photographic Arts Council / Los Angeles Research Fellowship at the Center for Creative Photography and in 2019, the DeHaan Artist of Distinction Award through the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Born in Idaho, she received her BFA from Boise State University in Studio Art and her MFA from the University of Arizona. Currently, she lives in Indianapolis, IN and works as an Associate Professor of Art at Ball State University. [Photo credit: Ted Springer at The Land With No Name]

Recent News:

2020 Metaphorical Antipodes, Visual Arts Gallery, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY (February)

2020 Searching for the edges, the ends of the line, and the blue in between, Visiting Artist Lecture, Scripps College, Claremont, CA (April)

2020 Metaphorical Antipodes, A-B Projects, Los Angeles, CA (April)

2020 Material Message: Photographs of Fabric, Weston Art Gallery, Cincinnati, OH (May)

2020 DeHaan Artist of Distinction Exhibition, Gallery 924, Indianapolis, IN (September)