About Caroline Federle
Born in Columbus Indiana, Caroline Federle is a photographic artist whose work addresses female genitalia, sexuality, and expression in a region where it is not frequently discussed. Caroline is a recent graduate from Indiana University, completing a BFA in Photography and a Certificate in Journalism. Upon the completion of her BFA, Caroline’s thesis show titled Unsanctioned Splendor received recognition for its commentary addressing stigmas of the female body from the university and has been featured in Strange Fire Collective’s Call and Response: Art as Resistance and the Fuller Project’s Dreamscapes: A Light and Dark Interpretation. Caroline now resides in New York City and is currently interning in the Imaging and Visual Resources department at the Museum of Modern Art this fall.
Bachelor of Fine Art in Photography and Certificate in Journalism, Indiana University 2017
3rd Runner Up at People's Choice Salon Show, The Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
Distorted Bond: A Collaborative Series with Cierra McNeal, General Public Collective, Indianapolis, IN.
Dreamscapes: A Light and Dark Interpretation, The Fuller Projects, Bloomington, IN.
Unsanctioned Splendor, BFA Thesis Exhibition, Grunwald Gallery of Art, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
Call and Response: Art as Resistance, Strange Fire Collective, Syntax Physic Opera, Denver, CO.
Fountain Square February First Friday, Murphy Arts Center, Indianapolis, IN.
Mythic: Modern Interpretations of Antiquity, BFA Photo Group Show, Harlos House, Bloomington, IN.
Studio Art BFA Area Show, Grunwald Gallery of Art, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
Pygmalion’s Art Supplies Award, Holiday Awards, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
Photographer’s Forum Magazine, 36th Annual College & High School Photography Contest Finalist.