Curriculum Vitae

 

                                                 JESSICA HINES

 SELECTED HONORS  & AWARDS

Tokyo International Foto Awards, Book: Fine Art Silver Award, 2016, Tokyo, Japan

Kuala Lumpur International Photoawards, 1st Place winner in the Open category, 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 

Moscow International Foto Awards, Honorable Mention, for My Brother's War, 2016, Moscow, Russia

International Photography Awards (IPA), two Honorable Mentions in the Professional Fine Art category and in the Professional Deeper Perspective category for new work in My Brother’s War, Los Angeles, California/Bangkok, Thailand

Kolga Tbilisi Photo, Short-listed for Documentary Award, My Brother's War, 2016Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia

Moscow International Foto Awards, Honorable Mention, for Spirit Stories. 2015, Moscow, Russia

Huffington Post: These Bewitching Photos of Rainbow Swamps Reveal the Magic Lurking in Mire, 2015, Invitation 

Feature Shoot: Jessica Hines, Spirit Stories, 2015, Invitation

NEXT: New Photographic Visions, Castell Photography Gallery, International, First Place Winner, curated by Elizabeth Avedon, 2014, Asheville, North Carolina

Moscow International Foto Awards, Winner Honorable Mention, 2014, Moscow, Russia

L’Oeil de la Photographie, Elizabeth Avedon: Castell Photography Exhibition, interview by E. Avedon with me regarding my winning work, Southern Stories. November, 2014, Paris, France

PDN Photo Annual 2013 Winner, Photo District News, Personal Category, New York, New York

Gallerie Lichtblick, Kolga Photo Award 2012, included the work of the 5 Kolga Award winners: Reinis Fjodorovs London/UK, Jessica Hines Statesboro/GA/USA, Torben Höke Berlin/Germany, Emanuele Lami Berlin/Germany, Philipp Spalek Cairo/Egypt, in Cologne, Germany

Kolga Tbilisi Photo, The Kolga Award for Best Experimental Photography, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, 2012

A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century Photobooks, included My Brother's War  on exhibitioncurated by Darius Himes and Larissa Leclair, Gallery Carte Blanche, San Francisco, California, USA, 2012

The Nation, quoted in Erosion: On Errol Morris, author: Jana PrikrylDecember 12, 2011

Humanitarian Documentary Photographer 2011, Grant: $3000 with visit to Buenos Aires, Argentina for award ceremony and exhibition, Pollux Awards, Worldwide Photography Gala Award, awarded by Philip Brookman, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC, 2011

First Prize in Fine Art Portfolio, for My Brother’s War, Worldwide Photography Gala Awards, 2011, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Grand Prize, Lens Culture International Exposure Awards 2010, for portfolio, full-scale exhibitions in Paris, San Francisco and New York City, 2011

ipa, International Photography Awards, Honorable Mention, My Brother’s War”, 2011

The New York Times, The Fully Engaged Lens, art review of the New York Photo Festival 2011 by Ken Johnson, Published May 12, 2011

e photoreview, video interview by Moria De Zen in Florence, Italy in connection with the New York Photo Festival 2011.

2010 FotoWeek DC International Awards Competition, 3rd Place Fine Art single image, exhibited at FotoWeek Central at The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC

Photolucida’s Critical Mass Top 50, 2010

Blurb Photography Book Now 2010 Winner, International Juried Competition, Honorable Mention: Editorial Category, 2010, for My Brother’s War, design by Elizabeth Avedon

Px3 Prix de la Photographie Paris Winner: Honorable Mention and People’s Choice Award, 2nd Place Fine Art Book Series, 2010

The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards: The Jacob Riis Award, Finalist, one of 36 portfolios selected from 15 countries, 2010

PDN Photo Annual 2010: Winner in international competition, work from the series, My Brother’s War published in PDN Magazine’s May issue, 2010

The Aftermath Project Grant 2010:  Finalist, for project, My Brother’s War.  Final judging took place at HOST Gallery in London by judges, Sara Terry, photographer and founder/director of The Aftermath Project, Jon Levy, founder and publisher at Foto8, and Andrea Stern, Head of Images at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Lens Culture International Exposure Awards 2009 – Honorable Mention Winner, work is one of twenty-five selected for Honorable Mention Awards from 6,000 photographs submitted from 48 countries

PX3 PRIX DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE PARIS:  Winner, 1st Place, Fine Art, and winner of Book Award Pro, People’s Choice Awards.  This year’s winners were selected by 17,987 votes. 2009, Paris, France

2009 IPA~ International Photography Awards Winner, Awarded Honorable Mention in Fine Art, Honorable Mention in Editorial: War/Conflict, and Honorable Mention in Deeper Perspective

Director’s Choice Award, The Mind’s Eye, juror: Christopher Rauschenberg, The Center for Fine Art Photography, 2009, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

Portfolio Showcase, Volume 3, The Center for Fine Art Photography, juror: Stella Kramer, 2009, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

Artist-In-Residency Program, Unitec New Zealand Mãori: Te Whare Wãnanga o Wairaka, March and April of 2009, Auckland, New Zealand

META, 2008, invited to attend META, a resurgence of the Black Mountain meetings of creatives that took place in the early part of the 20th c.  Reestablished fourteen years ago, it occurs every three years.  Seventy-five people from all walks of life came from nine countries to spend one week together in spontaneous creative activity, Black Mountain, North Carolina, USA

 

SELECTED SOLO & GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Galerie Lichtblick, Space Veggies and Earth Plants Part 2, 2016, Cologne Germany

Edge to Edge : Contemporary Georgia Photography, Atlanta Celebrates PhotographyThe Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, juried by Chip Simone, Purchase Award, 2016, Atlanta, Georgia

Kuala Lumpur International Photoawards, 1st Place in the Open category, White Box Gallery, 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Les Rencontres de la Photographie d'Arles, Space Veggies and Earth Plants, Spirit Stories, curated by Tina Schelhorn, Place Voltaire, Les Rencontres de la Photographie, 2016, Arles, France

Kolga Tbilisi Photo, My Brother's War, Lekhaindrao Production, 2016, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia

We the Explorers, artwork aboard NASA's OSIRIS REx spacecraft on mission to the asteroid, Bennu. OSIRIS-REx will reach Bennu in August of 2018, take measurements, collect data and samples from Bennu's surface and send a capsule back to Earth in 2023 when the spacecraft, and the artwork aboard, will orbit the sun for millennia. Blast off: September 8, 2016

Space Veggies and Earth Plants, Spirit Stories, Tsereteli Museum of Modern Art, curated by Tina Schelhorn, 2016, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia

Eyes on Main Street, Wilson outdoor photography festival, invitational exhibition of 100 international and historically relevant photographers, 2016, Wilson, North Carolina

Dinter Fine Art, Project Room, A Private Map of the Animate: In Six Parts, November/December, 2015

Visions of Conflict, invitational, inspired by the anniversaries of the Dayton Peace Accord and the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, with Ziyah Gafić, Louis Palu, and Larry Price, at the Robert & Elaine Stein Galleries, 2015, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio

Les Rencontres de la Photographie, Ladies Only, group exhibtion, Place Voltaire, d'Arles, curated by Tina Schelhorn, 2015, Arles, France

Eyes on Main Street, Wilson outdoor photography festival, invitational exhibition of 100 international and historically relevant photographers including photographers’ work from the Library of Congress, 2015, Wilson, North Carolina

Forward Thinking Museum, Solo exhibition, Spirit Stories, 2014

Light Radiates in All Directions, invitational group exhibition, Wellington B. Gray Gallery, East Carolina University, 2014, Greenville, North Carolina

Flash Forward Boston, my book, My Brother’s War, was chosen for a selection of early 21st c photobooks on exhibition and featured in Elizabeth Avedon’s presentation, 2014, Boston, Massachusetts

A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century Photobooks, curated by Darius Himes and Larissa Leclair, Gallery Carte Blanche, 2012, San Francisco, California

War/Photography: Images of Armed Conflict and its Aftermath, slideshow presentation, Annenberg Space for Photography, 2013, Los Angeles, California

Slow Exposures/Fin, Fur, Feathers, Foliage, invitational, Southern Stories, 2013, Pike County, Georgia

post SCRIPTinternational by invitation, Camden Place Hotel, Cork City, County Cork, Ireland, Curator: Peggy Sue Amison, Art Director of the Sirius Art Centre, Cobh, County Cork, Ireland, 2012

A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century Photobooks, curated by Darius Himes and Larissa Leclair, Gallery Carte Blanche, San Francisco, California, USA, 2012

Kolga Tbilisi Photo, The Kolga Award for Best Experimental Photography, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, 2012

Open Now, Belfast Photo Factory, curated invitational of seventeen artists from eight countries, 2012, Belfast, United Kingdom

Open Now, exhibition traveled to Gallery of Photography, 2012, Dublin, Ireland

Luise Ross Gallery, Great Photographs, invitational, 2012, New York, New York

Bienal Internacional de Fotografía Artística y Documental, Pollux Award, exhibition, Centro Cultural Borges, 2012, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

New York Photo Festival, Subjective/Objective, invitational, curated by Elisabeth Biondi (former Visuals Editor at the New Yorker), 2011, New York, New York

Spéos Gallery, Lens Culture International Exposure Awards: 31 Contemporary Photographers, Grand Prize Winner, 2011, Paris, France

PhotoVisura, invitational, curated by Adriana Teresa, In Love and War, New York Photo Festival, 2011New York, New York

Lens Culture International Exposure Awards: 31 Contemporary Photographers, Gallery 291, San Francisco, California, 2011

Across the Divide: Photo Center NW, Seattle, Washington

New Space Center for Photography, Portland, Oregon

Rayko Photo Center, San Francisco, California, 2011

Michael Mazzeo Gallery, Family Value, New York, New York, 2011

J. Johnson Gallery, Contemporary Complexities, group show featuring Jerry Uelsmann, Maggie Taylor, Susan Kae Grant, Tom Chambers, Christopher Rauschenberg, and Christa Bowden, Jacksonville, Florida, 2011

Southern Memories, group exhibition, curated by John A. Bennette III, Ny. NY, My Brother’s War, Faraway Stories, Odd Stories, at the Whiskey Bonding Barn in Pike County, Georgia, USA, 2011

Sol Mednick Gallery, solo exhibition, 2010, My Brother’s War, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Southern Memories, group exhibition, curated by John A. Bennette III, Southern Stories, at the Whiskey Bonding Barn in Pike County, Georgia, 2010, USA

Indie Photobook Library, My Brother’s War exhibited at Flash Forward Festival, 2010, Washington DC, USA

@Paris, mus-mus, exhibition juried by Stephen Shore and Gil Blank, 2009

Lens Culture International Exposure Awards 2009 – Honorable Mention Winner, work is one of twenty-five selected for Honorable Mention Awards from 6,000 photographs submitted from 48 countries, online exhibition

2009 IPA~ International Photography Awards Winner, Awarded Honorable  Mention in Fine Art, Honorable Mention in Editorial: War/Conflict, and Honorable Mention in Deeper Perspective, online exhibition

Snow White Gallery, School of Visual Arts & Design, Unitec New Zealand Mãori: Te Whare Wãnanga o Wairaka, Solo exhibition, 2009, Auckland, New Zealand

Mind’s Eye, The Center for Fine Art Photography, international group show juried by Chris Rauschenberg, Fort Collins, 2009, Director’s Choice Award, Colorado, USA

International Festival of Photography and Video, GoEun Museum of Photography, 2009, Busan, Korea

knowyounevermetyou, 2009, Unitec New Zealand Mãori: Te Whare Wãnanga o Wairaka, Auckland, New Zealand

Albany Museum of Art, solo exhibition, 2008, My Brother’s War, Albany, Georgia, USA

Averitt Center for the Arts, solo exhibition, 2008, My Brother’s War, Chapter 1: The Remembrance, Statesboro, Georgia, USA

China Pingyao International Photography Festival 2007, Shanxi Province, Pingyao, China

8th International Festival of Photography, 22 Countries – 109 Photographers, Genius Loci, Hellenic Photography Society, Athens, Greece. 2006, Curators: Dr. Nikitas Chiotinis, Director of Art Studies at the TEI, Athens, Greece, and Dr. Manos Stephaidis, Art Critic and Curator for the National Gallery of Greece

Images Against War, invitational, 2006, Curator: Tina Schelhorn of Galerie Lichtblick, Cologne, Germany, Peace Museum, Chicago, Illinois, USA

The 7th International Photo Days Mannheim/Ludwigshaven:  Contemporary American Photography, Mannheim, Germany, 2005, Exhibit consisted of 90 American photographers and 40 German photographers, included the work of Larry Fink, Mark Klett, Ben Fernandez, Alex Webb, Curator: Tina Schelhorn of Galerie Lichtblick, Cologne, Germany

32nd Annual Photo Exhibition, Larson Gallery, Yakima, Washington, juried by Marita Holdaway, 2004, Director and owner of Benham Gallery in Seattle, Washington, USA

Universidad Veracruzana, Galleria de Artes Plasticas, Through the Looking Glass: Prima Materia Series, This solo exhibit was featured as a part of the international U.S. Studies Conference: Twentieth and Twenty-first Century Cultural Expressions and was fully funded by the U.S. Embassy. International invitational, 2002, Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa, Mexico

Center Awards International Juried Exhibition, Center for Photographic Art, Carmel, California, 2002, juried by Weston Naef, Photography Curator at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California, USA

 

COLLECTIONS:

Brooklyn Museum,  NYC

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX

Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia

Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA

Erie Art Museum, Eirie, Pennsylvania

State of Georgia

Unitec New Zealand Mãori: Te Whare Wãnanga o Wairaka, Aucklund, New Zealand

Elisabeth Biondi collection

Wright State University, Robert & Elaine Stein Galleries

Numerous private collections

 

PUBLICATIONS

Inspired Georgia: Exploring the work of Georgia's Contemporary Poets and Photographers, Edited by Judson Mitcham, Michael David Murphy, and Karen L. Paty, published by UGA Press, September, 2016

Dodho Magazine, featured Odd Stories, July 2016, Barcelona, Spain

Huffington Post: Those Bewitching Photos of Rainbow Swamps Reveal the Magic Lurking in Mire, February, 2015

Feature Shoot, Jessica Hines Discovers Beauty on the Surface of a Swamp,, Feburary, 2015

Landscape Stories, Vietnam 13/2013, My Brother’s War, Rome, Italy, 2013

Voice of Photography, Memory,  June 2012, Taipei, Taiwan

Vision magazine, My Brother’s War, 10-page feature, 2011, Beijing, China

Aftermath Vol. 4, finalist for the Aftermath Project Grant, book published, December 2011, USA

LOOK magazine, 2011, My Brother’s War, interview and images, Beijing, China

Ojo de Pez magazine for Photo España, 2011, Madrid, Spain, Looking at War, featured My Brother’s War, written by Monica Allende, Sunday Times, London

Imager, magazine, My Brother’s War, 2011, Taipei, Taiwan

The New Yorker, Photo Booth, by Caroline Hirsch, My Brother’s War, 2011

KATALOG 22.2 Journal of Photography & Video, image and text from My Brother’s War, Museet for Fotokunst Brandts, February 2011, Odense, Denmark

Monthly Photographer, featured six pages of My Brother’s War with essay written by curator/editor, Sujong Song, Volume 517, 2011, Seoul, South Korea

Dwarist LiveJournal, featured My Brother’s War, twenty-one images from My Brother’s War, February 2011, Moscow, Russian Federation

GUP Magzine, My Brother’s War, February 2011, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Libération, Paris daily published an interview with Hines and four pages of images from My Brother’s War in November 2010, Paris, France

My Brother’s War, monograph, designed by Elizabeth Avedon, text and photographs by Jessica Hines, published on Blurb, 2010, USA

Visura Magazine, featured in Issue #11, My Brother’s War, 2010, USA

International Festival of Photography and Video, GoEun Museum of Photography, 2009, catalog, Busan, Korea

The New Yorker, Illustrated Beginners, fiction by Raymond Carver, Issue: December 24th – 31st, 2007

China Pingyao International Photography Festival: Selected Works, work selected for publication in catalogue, Published by PIP Festival, Shanxi Province, 2007, Pingyao, China

Camera Arts, Selection from the series, My Brother’s War, Issue: May/June, 2007

The New Yorker, August 28th issue, 2006, My Brother’s War #64 accompanied How Was It To Be Dead? By Pulitzer Prize winning author, Richard Ford

The New Yorker, November 13th issue, Garden #9, accompanied Greensleeves, by Helen Simpson, 2006

 

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, The Path So Far, 2016, Atlanta, Georgia

New York Photo Festival 2011, St. Ann’s Warehouse, Artist’s talk on My Brother’s War, New York, New York

New York Photo Festival 2011, PhotoVisura, Panel discussion, In Love and War, PhotoVisura Pavillion, New York, New York

University of the Arts, artist’s talk on My Brother’s War, CBS Auditorium, 2010, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Speos, lecture, My Brother’s War, 2009, Paris, France

School of Visual Arts & Design, Unitec New Zealand Mãori: Te Whare Wānanga o Wairaka, Research Symposium for Art & Design History and Theory; Lecture focused on research practices, conceptual, social and philosophical framework of my approach to My Brother’s War, 2009, Auckland, New Zealand    

School of Visual Arts & Design, Unitec New Zealand Mãori: Te Whare Wãnanga o Wairaka, presentation of My Brother’s War, 2009, Auckland, New Zealand

Taught 3 Studies Abroad courses with Megan Jacobs for Georgia Southern University, Culture of China & Culture of Vietnam, Special Topics in Photography: China + Vietnam, Studio Explorations: China + Vietnam, designed and directed the trip to both countries for nine students. Summer, 2008, China, Viet Nam

Visitations of War, lecturer and panel member with Evelyn Sweet-Hurd, author of His Name Was Donn: My Brother’s Letters From Vietnam; Presented My Brother’s War, Georgia Southern University, 2008, Statesboro, Georgia, USA

University of the Arts presented the lecture: The Path So Far and My Brother’s War, and workshop, 2007, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Huazhong Central China Normal University, presented the lecture, My Brother’s War, 2007, Wuhan, China

Sai Gon Thanh Pho Mo/Saigon Open City Gallery, presented My Brother’s War, Ho Chi Minh City, 2007, Vietnam

College of Charleston, presented The Path So Far, 2007, Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Universidad Veracruzana, presented lecture Through the Looking Glass: Prima Materia Series, Galleria de Artes Plasticas, 2003, Xalapa, Mexico

 

EDUCATION:

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: MFA in Photography

Washington University in St. Louis: BFA in Photography