JRNL 11 WINTER 2022

GUEST EDITED BY COREY KELLER

JRNL 11 WINTER 2022 ISSUE


Congratulations to the 12 JRNL 11 Winners! We look forward to collaborating together over the next few coming weeks to bring your wonderful works to our first 2022 pages! Also stay tuned for the JRNL 11 Covers Winners announcement expected to be released next week! We sincerely thank all the other great artists who submitted their projects for consideration during the JRNL 11 open call in November: while your work was not picked this time, please know it nonetheless met many pairs of eyes at FotoFilmic as well of course as Corey’s. Consider yourself formally introduced to both for the long run, and we hope to have the chance to publish and support you through artistic other opportunities in the coming year and beyond!


GUEST EDITOR: COREY KELLER


Corey Keller is a historian of photography and independent curator based in Oakland, CA. From 2003 to 2021, she served as curator of photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) where her critically acclaimed exhibitions included monographic surveys on Dawoud Bey, John Beasley Greene, Henry Wessel, and Francesca Woodman as well as the thematic shows About Time: Photography in a Moment of Change and Brought to Light: Photography and Invisibility, 1840-1900. Recent writings include essays on Eliza Withington, Susan Meiselas, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, and Eadweard Muybridge, Etienne-Jules Marey, and Clare Strand. A specialist in nineteenth-century photography, she is particularly interested in drawing connections between the concerns that shaped conceptions of the medium in its earliest days and their manifestations in contemporary practice. She has lectured and taught widely, and is currently adjunct professor in the photography program at California College of the Arts (CCA).

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JRNL 11 PHOTOGRAPHERS (alphabetical order)


    1. Daniel Aros-Aguilar (USA/Colombia)

    2. Tony Chirinos (USA)

    3. Seunggu Kim (South Korea)

    4. Sarah Malakoff (USA)

    5. Masato Ninomiya (Japan)

    6. Jenny Sampson (USA)

    7. Josh Slan (Canada)

    8. Nikos Staikoglou (Netherlands/Greece)

    9. Laidric Stevenson (USA)

    10. Emily Wall (USA)

    11. Nicole White (USA)

    12. Sam Zalutsky (USA)


JRNL 11 Front Cover: Daniel Aros-Aguilar, ‘Como La Rosa’, 2021. From the series “Sandunga Nuncio Muere”.
JRNL 11 Back Cover: Jenny Sapmson, ‘Sky, Los Angeles’, 2018. From the series “Skater Girls”.


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Top Image © Daniel Aros-Aguilar, Hijes del Maguey, 2021, from the series SANDUNGUA NUNCA MUERE.