Grace Coudal (b. 1998 in Chicago, IL) is a queer photographer and artist who received her BFA in Art & Design and her minor in Sexuality & LGBTQ+ Studies from the University of Michigan.

Working in various fields of visual art, she seeks to tell honest stories through analog and digital photography. Her work often explores the complexities of intimacy, identity, and one's relationship to the body. She is currently based in Chicago, IL.


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Awards & Grants
University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Grant (2020)
Kelly McKinnell Memorial Award (2020)
Kristoffer M. Gillette Scholarship (2020)
The Caldwell Poetry Prize (2019 & 2018)
OptiMize Social Innovation Fellowship Grant (2019)

Published Work
University of Michigan’s School of Art & Design News - Grace Coudal Releases New Photography Book (2022)
The Chicago Reader - Published Photographs - Modern Nun (2022)
The Michigan Daily - Grace Coudal Captures Intimacy Through a Camera Lens (2021)
University of Michigan’s School of Art & Design News - Coudal’s Photographic Billboard in Denver, CO (2021)
University of Michigan’s School of Art & Design News - Intimately South Intimately West (2021)
Adolescent Content - Interview for Between Girls (2019)
The Chicago Reader - Published Photographs - Case (2019)
The Chicago Reader - Published Photographs - Tasha (2018)
National Public Radio Music - Published Photographs - Tasha (2018)

Exhibitions
SaveArtSpace x Colorado Photographic Arts Center: In A Time Of Change (2021)
University of Michigan Stamps Juried Undergraduate Exhibition (2018)


︎ Gcoudal@gmail.com
︎ @GraceCoudal