Kennedi Carter

Bio:

A Durham, North Carolina native by way of Dallas Texas, Kennedi Carter is a fine art photographer and creative director with a primary focus on Black subjects. Her work highlights the aesthetics & sociopolitical aspects of Blackness as well as the overlooked beauties of the Black experience: skin, texture, trauma, peace, love and community. Her work aims to reinvent notions of creativity and confidence in the realm of Blackness.

“I just take pictures.”


Lectures:

Godchild Artist Lecture, 21c Museum Durham

Artist Lecture: Duke Center for Documentary Studies

Artist Talk, CAM Raleigh: East Durham Love

Clients:

Fader, HighsNobiety, BET, No Sesso, Essence, New York Times, Complex, Sony Music, Redbull Bitch Magazine, Oxford American, OMEK, Maker Magazine

Awards:

North Carolina Artists Exhibition: Juror's Choice

Publications:

Vogue Italia, VSCO, Hunger Magazine, Duke Chronicle, Bitch Magazine, The Photographic Journal, No Sesso Archive Journal, The Press Magazine, Oxford American, Indy Week.

Exhibitions:

Photo Vogue Festival 2018: 'Embracing Diversity' Exhibition

VSCO Micro Gallery: Walk In the Sun Exhibition

Nasher Museum of Art: Across County Lines Exhibition

MFON Photoville Festival: ALTAR Prayer, Ritual, Offerings

Duke Center for Documentary Studies: The Wonder of You

MFON Women- In Conversation: Visual Meditations on Black Masculinity

Raleigh Fine Arts Society: North Carolina Artists Exhibition

East Durham Love, Golden Belt Studios (Solo)

Godchild, 21c Museum (Solo)




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