Jarrett Key (b. 1990, Seale, AL) lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island. They received their MFA in painting at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2020. Jarrett grew up in rural Alabama and pursued their fine art practice in New York City after graduating from Brown University in 2013. They are represented by 1969 Gallery in New York. They were one of Forbes 30 under 30 for Art and Style 2020. They have been featured in solo and group exhibitions including 1969 Gallery, NXTHVN, Fierman Gallery, Steve Turner, La MaMa Galleria, The Columbus Museum, and The RISD Museum. Key’s work is in the collections of the The Lumpkin-Boccuzzi Family Collection, the Columbus Museum, Brown University, RISD Special Collection, the Schomburg Center, the Museum of Modern Art Library, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art Library, among other institutions.