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Jill Corson

Born 1964, Illinois

Lives and works in New York’s Hudson Valley


Education

2016 M.A., Critical and Creative Thinking, University of Massachusetts Boston

1995 B.A., Print Journalism, Georgia State University


Solo Exhibitions

2010     

See Through City / Cases Gallery / School of Constructed Environments / Parsons School of Design / New York, NY

2006    

See Through City / The Roger Smith Lab Gallery / New York, NY

2005    

See Through City / Yellow Bird: The Gallery /Newburgh, NY / catalogue

2001     

See-Through City / Thai Café / Brooklyn, NY

2000    

Reflections / Gallery thirty.thirty.three / Atlanta, GA


Two-Person Exhibitions

2002    

Jill Corson/Russ Flatt / Sideshow Gallery / Brooklyn, NY

2001     

Reading Faces / The Zebu Center of RaymondLawrence Gallery / Atlanta, GA


Selected Group Exhibitions

2022

Words, Words, Words / Praxis PhotoArts Center / Minneapolis, MN

2019        

Drawing as Medium / ADAMS / Dunkirk, NY

2016        

Labors of Love / The New School / New York, NY

2012        

Gramercy Neighborhood Associates Art Exhibition/ National Arts Club / New York, NY

2009       

Brooklyn Utopias? / Brooklyn Historical Society / Brooklyn, NY

2007       

Working Artists: The New School Employee Art Exhibition / Parsons School of Design / New York, NY

Fresh Art / Karin Sanders Fine Art / Sag Harbor, NY

2006       

Art Miami / Yellow Bird Gallery / Miami, FL

2005        

AAF Contemporary Art Fair/ Yellow Bird Gallery / New York, NY
 Photo L.A. / Meter Gallery / Los Angeles, CA

2004        

Merry Peace / Sideshow Gallery / Brooklyn, NY
Women / Sideshow Gallery / Brooklyn, NY

2003        

Merry Peace / Sideshow Gallery / Brooklyn, NY

2002        

The Atlanta/New York Connection / Swan Coach House Gallery / Atlanta, GA     

2001         

21st Suffragettes: Art + Performance by Women / Sideshow Gallery / Brooklyn, NY
speed. life in an accelerated culture / curated by Jerry Cullum and Charles H. Nelson, Jr. / Fine Art Gallery / Georgia Perimeter College / Clarkston, GA / catalogue

2000        

Transcendent Moments / Raymond Lawrence Gallery / Atlanta, GA
Voyeurism / curated by Amy Parry / Eyedrum / Atlanta, GA
The House Form: A Universal Symbol / Target Gallery, Torpedo Factory Art Center / Alexandria, VA
Cambridge Art Association National Prize Show/ Lowell Street Gallery / Cambridge, MA
Articulations of Artistic Vision / Raymond Lawrence Gallery / Atlanta,GA

1999         

Signs of Life / Atlanta Photography Group Gallery / Atlanta, GA
Verde / Verdi O House / Atlanta, GA
North Fulton Regional Juried Art Exhibition / Roswell Cultural Arts Center / Roswell, GA


Book

See Through City, Newburgh, NY: Yellow Bird Gallery, 2005


Bibliography

Thomas Werner, The Business of Fine Art Photography, London: Routledge, 2022.

Sarah Schorr, Borrowed Glitter, exhibition catalogue, New York: Yancey Richardson Gallery, 2007.

Subject of “Borrowed Glitter,” exhibition by Sarah Schorr, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York, 2007.

Claude Loupiac, La Ville: Entre Reprèsentations et Rèalitès. Paris: SCÉRÉN/CNDP Press, 2005. 233-234.

Subject of "Starlets," exhibition by Sarah Schorr, Scalo Project Space, New York, 2004.

speed. life in an accelerated culture, exhibition catalogue with photograph, Atlanta: Georgia Perimeter College, 2001. 


Reviews & Popular Press

Casey Meshbesher, “Can You See Through the Street?” Her Side of the Street, September 6, 2016.

“Watch the Nocturnals Lecture Series.” Insights: The School of Art and Design History and Theory, Parsons School of Design, June 3, 2014.

“The Nocturnals: Jill Corson.” Insights: The School of Art and Design History and Theory, Parsons School of Design, February 19, 2014.

Jennifer Landes, “Sex and the Spiritual at Karin Sanders,” East Hampton Star, June 14, 2007. 20.

Joan Baum, “In the Gallery,” The Independent, June 6, 2007. 14.

Jerry Cullum, “It’s Up to You, New York, New York,” The Atlanta Constitution, March 29, 2002. Q6.

Cathy Byrd, “Reviews: Southeast – Atlanta,” Art Papers, March/April, 2001. 37.

Cathy Byrd, “Go Man Go,” Creative Loafing. Jan. 27, 2001.

Jerry Cullum, “Finding Magic in the Everyday,” The Atlanta Constitution, Oct. 27, 2000. Q8.

Jerry Cullum, “It’s a New Way to Like Looking in ‘Voyeurism,’” The Atlanta Constitution, June 23, 2000. Q8.

Cathy Byrd, “Fractured Images: Reflections Captures Crazy Quilt of City Life,” Creative Loafing, April 1, 2000.

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