01/17/19 Atlanta Biennial, Atlanta Contemporary

11/14/18 Burnaway, Jill Frank & Adam Pape

11/02/18 Candela, And light followed the flight of sound, Richmond, VA

10/13/18 Camayuhs, Star-Quellers, Atlanta

Star-Quellers at Camayuhs

08/25/18 Figure Forward, Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw, GA

11/02/17 everyone who woke up at the yellow houseInstitute 193, Lexington KY

12/08/16   Humble Arts Foundation Interview, Jon Feinstein

11/07/16    Art Forum, Critics Pick, Katie Geha

10/01/16    AJC, Art Review, Felicia Feaster

09/23/16 Nothing Ventured // Nothing Gained, Museum of Contemporary Art, GA

09/20/16   Arts ATL, Conversation w/ Virginie Kippelen

10/25/14 Teen Paranormal RomanceAtlanta Contemporary Art Center, GA


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9/22/16   Nothing Ventured // Nothing Gained, Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia

4/18/15   Teen Paranormal Romance:  Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara

Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara presents the West Coast premiere of Teen Paranormal Romance, organized by Hamza Walker, associate curator at The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, Illinois. The exhibition explores the recent popularity of the “Teen Paranormal Romance” literary genre, characterized by romantic love with elements of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. Within this framework, artists Kathryn Andrews, Ed Atkins, Chris Bradley, Roe Ethridge, Jill Frank, Anna Gray & Ryan Wilson Paulsen, Guyton\Walker, Anna K.E., and Jack Lavender allude to contemporary notions of escapism, dystopia, and angst.

The exhibition includes sculpture, photography, and video that tap into the conceptual veins of this widely acclaimed genre. The works offer subtle commentary on the dark zeitgeist of paranormal phenomena and the ideological positions it influences regarding topics that range from religious belief to sexual politics. Exemplified by series such as Twilight, The Hunger Games, True Blood, and the Divergent trilogy, the movement towards this supernatural fiction has, as the curator states, “rendered the unconscious a derelict playground sprouting weeds of escapist surrealism.” 

Curated by Hamza Walker, The Renaissance Society

 Installation of Teen Paranormal Romance at Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara

Installation of Teen Paranormal Romance at Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara

11/25/14    Art Forum, Critics Pick, Dan Weiskopf, Teen Paranormal Romance

11/25/14    Paris Review, Lilly Lampe, Teen Paranormal Romance

11/11/14      Artist Talk, Atlanta Center for Contemporary Art

10/25/14   Teen Paranormal Romance: Atlanta Center for Contemporary Art Organized by The Renaissance Society University of Chicago, Hamza Walker

9/6/14      Art Papers, Movable Types

8/1/14       Aperture, Summer Open

7/1/14       Art Papers, Cover

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Ready for My Close-up, Double Zero (Hannah Ireland & Annie Vought), Jill Frank, Monika Sziladi
September 12 - October 25th, 2013
Hagedorn Foundation Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Artists' Reception October 4th, 6 - 8:30 PM

Panel Discussion with Wendy Vogel, Associate Editor at Modern Painters, Hagedorn Foundation Gallery
October 5th, 12 - 2 PM, 2013

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, 12 x 12

 Installation at The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Installation at The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago