Rachel Jump
Photographer

Rachel Jump was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1991. She received her BFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2014. Her photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally, which includes Unseen Amsterdam Festival in The Netherlands, Filter Photo in Chicago, and dnj Gallery in Los Angeles. Her prints are held in collections at the Museum of Contemporary Photography and the RISD Museum, in addition to private collections. Rachel’s work has also been featured in various print and online publications, including DIE ZEIT, i-D Germany, Der Greif, The Photo Review, FotoRoom, Museé Magazine, and Fisheye Magazine. In 2018, FotoRoom named her as one of “Ten Female Photographers You Should Know,” and was also the winner of the FotoRoom OPEN Format Edition Prize.

Rachel Jump
Photographer

Rachel Jump was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1991. She received her BFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2014. Her photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally, which includes Unseen Amsterdam Festival in The Netherlands, Filter Photo in Chicago, and dnj Gallery in Los Angeles. Her prints are held in collections at the Museum of Contemporary Photography and the RISD Museum, in addition to private collections. Rachel’s work has also been featured in various print and online publications, including DIE ZEIT, i-D Germany, Der Greif, The Photo Review, FotoRoom, Museé Magazine, and Fisheye Magazine. In 2018, FotoRoom named her as one of “Ten Female Photographers You Should Know,” and was also the winner of the FotoRoom OPEN Format Edition Prize.

  • Georg Kussmann: FRG
    Publication
    MACK
    International
    The German dramatist Heiner Müller observed that German history lies as if smothered by a rheumatism blanket: beneath there is warmth and stagnation, just enough to give the impression all is well, while the peripheries are freezing. Georg Kussmann’s photographs in FRG were created under this metaphoric blanket. Made in the Federal Republic of Germany over a single summer, they depict everyday scenes of life, work, and leisure (more…)