Caleb Churchill


Caleb Churchill’s work has been included in festivals including Flash Forward Festival (Boston) the Brighton Photo Fringe (Brighton, England). He has participated in multiple group exhibitions nationally and internationally, including American Splendour (New York, forthcoming) Facing the Wall (Providence, RI) Certain Things (New York) Lines of Sight (Boston, MA) Good Light (Baltimore, MD) and DO IT! Houston, an exhibition celebrating the 20th anniversary of Hans Ulrich Obrist's exhibition do it and the release of do it: the compendium (Houston, TX). His solo exhibition Terra Incognita was presented at Settlement Goods (Houston, TX). Recently named by Take Magazine as one of “New England’s 2018 Artists to Watch” and an “Artists to Follow IRL” by Humble Arts, Churchill has been the subject of numerous online features including A New Nothing, Ain’t Bad, Art F City, Boston Globe, Fisheye Magazine, HyperAllergic, If You Leave, Noice Magazine, Phases and Playboy. His work is featured in print in Noice (forthcoming) Full Memory, Forgotten to Agree and in his self-published debut, The Era of Hopeful Monsters. Churchill’s work has been collected by The Contemporary Art Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, RISD Museum, as well as by many private individuals. Churchill, a recent graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design also holds a Master of Letters in the History of Photography from the University of St Andrews. He received his BFA in Photography from the Glasgow School of Art.

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