Jane Robbins Kerr

Solo Exhibitions
2015 A New Way Home, Capps Archive and Museum, Delta State University, Cleveland, Mississippi
2014 - 2015 A New Way Home, Rosenzweig Arts Center, Columbus, Mississippi
2014 A New Way Home: Photography by Jane Kerr, Art Gallery, Church of the Atonement, Atlanta GA
Out of the Blue: Photography by Jane Kerr, A Novel Experience- Book Store and Gallery, Zebulon, GA
2013 All About The South: Photography by Jane Kerr, Columbus Arts Council, Columbus, MS
American South Red & Blue: Photography by Jane Kerr, Gamill Gallery Barnard Observatory, University of Mississippi at Oxford
Out of the Blue: Photography by Jane Kerr, Columbus Arts Council, Columbus, MS
Out of the Blue: Photography by Jane Kerr, Capps Archives and Museum, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS
2012 Out of the Blue: Photography by Jane Kerr, Turnrow Book Company, Greenwood, MS
Out of the Blue: Photography by Jane Kerr, Art Gallery, Church of the Atonement, Atlanta GA
Seeing Red: Photography by Jane Kerr, The Gallery at Serenbe, Serenbe, GA
Seeing Red: Photography by Jane Kerr, A Novel Experience- Book Store and Gallery, Zebulon, GA
2011 Seeing Red: Photography by Jane Kerr, Rosenzweig Arts Center, Columbus, MS
Seeing Red: Photography by Jane Kerr, Capps Archives and Museum, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS
Seeing Red: Photography by Jane Kerr, Turnrow Book Company, Greenwood, MS
2010 Seeing Red: Photography by Jane Kerr, Art Gallery, Church of the Atonement, Atlanta GA
You Can Go Home Again: Photography by Jane Kerr, New Stage, Jackson, MS
2009 A New Slant on the South: Photography by Jane Kerr, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Atlanta, Georgia
Photography from the Delta and Beyond: Photography by Jane Kerr, Cottonlandia Museum, Greenwood, MS
2008 Seen by Jane: Photography by Jane Kerr, Capps Archives and Museum, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS
In the Path of Tradition: Photography by Jane Kerr, Gamill Gallery Barnard Observatory, University of Mississippi at Oxford
Reflections: Photography by Jane Kerr, West Egg Café, Atlanta, GA
You Can Go Home Again, Turnrow Book Company, Greenwood, MS
Scene from the Road: Photography by Jane Kerr, Art Gallery, Church of the Atonement, Atlanta, GA
2007 In the Path of Tradition: Photography by Jane Kerr, Art Gallery, Church of the Atonement, Atlanta, Georgia
On the Road to Yesterday: Photography by Jane Kerr, A Novel Experience-Book Store and Gallery, Zebulon, Georgia
2006 You Can Go Home Again: Photography by Jane Kerr, Au Rendez-Vous Café & Bistro, Atlanta, GA
2005 Searching for Light: Photography by Jane Kerr, Art Gallery, Church of the Atonement, Atlanta, GA
2004 Jane Kerr: A Life in Photographs, Paintings, and Stories, Broyles Arts Center, The Westminster Schools, Atlanta, GA
2001 East Meets West: Photography by Jane Kerr, Art Gallery, Church of the Atonement, Atlanta, GA

Group Exhibition
2013 Slow Exposures, Southern Memories Part III: Fin Fur Feathers & Foliage curated by John A Bennette, Whiskey Bonding Barn Molena, GA
2012 Slow Exposures, Ten Year Retrospective Show, Whiskey Bonding Barn Molena, GA and Pace Academy Atlanta, GA
2011 Slow Exposures, Southern Memories Part II, The People, curated by John A. Bennette Whiskey Bonding Barn Molena, GA
2010 Slow Exposures, Southern Memories Part I, curated by John A. Bennette Whiskey Bonding Barn Molena, GA
2007 Responding to Home, curated by Susan Todd-Raque, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, GA;

Awards
2014 Nominee in Photography, Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters
2012 Nominee in Photography, Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters
2008 Nominee in Photography, Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters
Silver Award, 2008 Single Image Contest Awards, Black & White Magazine
2006 Nominee in Photography, Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters;
Second Prize, Slow Exposures, Concord, Georgia
2004 First Prize, Slow Exposures, Concord, Georgia

Publications
2013 “American South Red and Blue”, The Southern Register, Summer 2013
“This Says It All”, “Soup of the Day,” Delta Magazine, January 2013
2012 “The Delta, A Visit to the Delta, A Night at Po Monkey” South X Southeast Photography Magazine Issue VI
2011 “Portraits of Hambone”, “Characters, Cards and the Cotton Row Club,” Delta Magazine, May/June 2011
2008 “Elvis Still Rocks the South,” Best of Photography 2008, Photographers Forum: 252
“Hallelujah Lady, Atlanta, Georgia, 2006,” Black & White Magazine, Special Issue #50, February 2008: 116
2006 “A Step Into Yesterday,” Art & Expressions Magazine, August/September
2005 “Untitled,” Second Prize in competition, Art and Antiques Magazine, February

Collections
Work is in private collections and the permanent collection of the Shepherd Spinal Center, Atlanta, GA; The Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS.; Museum of the Mississippi Delta, Greenwood, MS; Capps Archives and Museum, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS; The Do Good Fund, Columbus, GA;  Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Atlanta, Georgia.

Professional Affiliations
Atlanta Photography Group

Education
2007 Sequencing a Photo Essay workshop with Sylvia Plachy, Woodstock, New York
2006 Black and White Documentary Workshop with Debbie Fleming Caffery;
Seeing with the Unconditioned Eye Photographic Retreat with John
Daido Loori; Art of the Photo Essay Workshop with Nevada Weir
2005 The Mystery of Morocco Workshop with John Weiss
2004 Exploring Mexico Workshop with Genevieve Russell in San Miguel de Allende
2003 National Geographic Workshop with Chris Rainier and Dan Westergren in Santa Fe

 

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