Jamil Fatti

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About

Jamil Fatti is an artist, photographer, and landscape architect whose recent work explores the creation of “meaning” in relation to intersubjectivity, the poetics of love and loss, and the interplay between temporality, death, and futility. He uses photography to reconstitute fragments from the external world into scenes that reflect subjective inner realities. Figures in his work act as portals to access deeper symbolic meaning; they function as representations of ideas and concepts while holding space for affective resonance. His work is held in various public and private collections, including the RISD Museum in Providence, Rhode Island.

Education

Masters of Fine Arts, Rhode Island School of Design // Bachelors of Landscape Architecture, Cornell University // Bachelors of City/Regional Planning, Cornell University

Exhibitions

2024

Voices 2024, Czong Institute for Contemporary Art (CICA Museum), Gimpo, South Korea, November 20 to December 8 (upcoming)

Portfolio 2024, Atlanta Photography Group, Atlanta GA, June 25 to July 27 (upcoming)

Articles in Orbit, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta GA (upcoming)

2023

Filter Photo at Night: Festival Edition, Nightly Projected Installation at 1 W. Grand Ave, Chicago IL, September 21 to October 31

we like small things v6, Filter Space Gallery, Chicago IL, September 22 to October 28

tl;dr, MidwestNice Gallery, virtual

Too Close, Microscope Gallery, New York City NY, August 3 to August 24

RISD Graduate Thesis Exhibition, Rhode Island Convention Center, May 24 to June 4

2022

A Moment that Lasts Beyond Now, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence RI, September 2 to October 2

Everything is Narrative, Subjectively Objective Gallery, Detroit MI, June 11 to July 8

I'd Rather Go Blind curated by Ebony L. Haynes, Gelman Gallery, Providence RI, April 15 to May 15

Black Biennial, Gelman Gallery, Providence RI, March 11 to April 10 

2021

Arrival, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence RI, October 8 to November 7 

Midwest Photo Emerge 2021, Midwest Center for Photography, Wichita KS, April 2 to April 30

Taking Pictures, Black Box Gallery, Portland OR, April 1 to April 20

Chicago, Fulton Street Collective, Chicago IL, March 12 to March 28

Shades of Black and White, Fulton Street Collective, Chicago IL, January 15 to January 31

2020 

Glitter and Grain Fundraiser, Latitude Chicago, online, October 23

we like small things v3, Filter Space Gallery, Chicago IL, August 28 to October 3

Joy in the Movement, Third Estate Art, Chicago IL, August 19 to August 30


Publications

2022

College Hill Independent (The Indy): volume 45, issue 1

Rûm Magazine, issue °V

Black Joy Archive Vol 2Zoë Pulley independent publication, Providence RI

Everything is Narrative, Exhibition Catalog, Subjectively Objective Gallery, Detroit MI

2021

space/time, Will Lang, album cover artwork

Fatti, Jamil: Slow Dancing, photo book, self-published

Anatomy of a Story, Homie House Press, Chicago IL

Incandescent Zine Issue 18 

Awards & Other 

2024

Atlanta Center for Photography Equity Scholarship Award

2022

RISD Graduate Commons Grant Recipient 

Format Portfolio Spotlights - Featured Artist

Panelist Speaker at the 2022 Black Landscape Architects Network (BlackLAN) Symposium

2021

2021-2022 AIGA Worldstudio Scholarship Award

Rhode Island School of Design Fellowship Award

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