Caleb Stein


Caleb Stein (b. UK) is a U.S. based multi-media artist. He graduated from Vassar College in 2017 with a degree in Art History. His work explores the fragility of memory and the interactions that take place within communities on the margins of society. Questions surrounding mythology and narrative as they relate to the United States and the international influence it exerts sit at the core of much of Stein’s work, as he grapples with his relationship to the country that has become his adopted home. Stein’s work has been exhibited in a number of international exhibitions - the Palm* Photo Prize at Photo London, Labs New Artists at Red Hook Labs in New York, Photo Vogue Festival at Base Milano, Pole Gallery in Lago di Garda, Italy, and the Vincom Center for Contemporary Art in Hanoi. His work has been published in i-D Vice, Dazed, Vogue Italia, NYTimes, The Guardian, LensCulture, It’s Nice That, and Paper Journal Magazine, among other places. He was a 2018 winner of the Gomma Grant, was selected for Critical Mass Top 50 in 2019 (upcoming 2021 exhibition at Carmel Center for Photographic Art curated by Elizabeth Avedon), was nominated for the 2020 W. Eugene Smith Grant (jurors include Teju Cole), and named for the 2021 Foam (Fotografie Museum Amsterdam) Talent long list.

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