Lori Kella

(St. Joseph, Michigan, 1974 - )

North America, American

Cleveland photographer Lori Kella is noted for photographs that feature her constructions and raise question as to what is fiction, the actual and the believable. Kella received her BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art and her MFA degree from Cornell University. An assistant professor at Kent State University, where she has taught photography courses since 2002, Kella has also served as an adjunct professor at the Cleveland Institute of Art (2013-14), visiting assistant professor at Oberlin College (2004) and assistant lecturer at the University of Akron’s Myers School of Art. She has served on the board of Spaces in Cleveland since 2008. The Cleveland Print Room, William Busta Gallery (Cleveland), Gallery Drei (Dresden, Germany) ROY G BIV Gallery (Columbus) are among the venues where her work has been featured in one-person and small group exhibitions. Her photographs are in the collections of Fred and Laura Ruth Bidwell, the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and Hahn Loeser and Parks LLP in Akron, among others.

Cleveland, Ohio

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