A Rent in the Veil, my first short film/video installation, has been accepted as an Official Selection at the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival. More information can be found here: https://indieshortfest.com/2019/06/01/a-rent-in-the-veil/
The trailer for A Rent in the Veil can be seen here: https://filmfreeway.com/ARentintheVeil?fbclid=IwAR0GKd_UewRHTPL9Ew5CyicAiu_IC1ggtY5-oeeQ_pQYVTY-ueP181K4Myo
I'm happy to have one of my large-scale diptychs included in The Art of the State at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, running from January 17 - March 31.
“In a way, the Art of the State exhibition is Colorado’s triennial. Since Collin Parson, director of galleries at the Arvada Center, founded the show in 2013, it’s been widely regarded as an extremely significant event in the local art world, putting pieces by major artists with careers stretching back decades side by side with works by emerging artists just out of art school.” -Michael Paglia, Westword. You can read the entire review here.
I'm delighted to announce the inclusion of three of my photographs in the Denver Art Museum's highly anticipated and critically acclaimed exhibition, New Territory: Landscape Photography Today, on view through September 16. With internationally celebrated artists such as Gursky, Brandt, McCaw, Maisel, Misrach, Crewdson, Doherty, Mann and Morell, I am honored to be a part of this project, masterfully curated by Eric Paddock.
You can learn more about the exhibition here.
I'm excited to be participating in the Denver Art Museum's Anderman Lecture Series as one of four Colorado photographers speaking during the Museum's Month of Photography programming. I'll be speaking on Friday, March 17th at 7pm in the Hamilton Building's lecture hall. More details here.
Varied Perceptions: Andrew Beckham, Marcus DeSieno, & Amy Giese, curated by the Colorado Photographic Arts Center at the Art Gym for Denver's Month of Photography. The show opens March 2nd. You can learn more about it here.
After a two-year process involving the generosity, support, patience and hard work of many people, I am happy to announce that twelve of my photographic works have been acquired by the Denver Art Museum and are now in the Permanent Collection.
One of my Raven's Raft publications, FloodReflected, has been included in the Phoenix Art Museum's InFocus Self Published Photo Books exhibition, which opened on December 2nd and runs through April 9th, 2017. You can read more about it here.
I'm pleased to have a piece included in Art of the State, a survey of contemporary art in Colorado at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities. 146 works were selected from nearly 1500 entries. The exhibition runs through March 27, 2016.
In November, An Incalculable Distance from my book Firmament, (GFT Publishing) will be installed as an intimate solo exhibition at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Ft. Collins, Colorado, with an opening reception on Friday, November 6th.
My Artist's Book Gustav's Observatory makes its debut at Goodwin Fine Art, opening Friday, September 11th. A dynamic installation puts the book, as well as 10 photographs, on the walls of the gallery for an interactive experience with the story and the artwork.
Month of Photography, 2015
The Monolith Project makes its debut at Goodwin Fine Art as part of the Excerpts exhibition, with Linda Connor, David Maisel, Binh Danh, and Brenda Biondo. It’s a real honor to be on the walls with these internationally acclaimed photographers. The exhibition opens on Friday, February 27th at Goodwin Fine Art in Denver, and runs through April 11th, 2015.
On Saturday, March 7th, I’ll be joined by Joanna Hurley and Brenda Biondo at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center for a lecture/panel discussion about book projects successfully making it to publication. Details can be found here.
Flood: A Thousand Year Event: Andrew Beckham, James Balog, Chris Brown, Chuck Forsman, Katie Harwood, Kevin O’Connell, and Richard Van Pelt, Dairy Center for the Arts, Boulder, CO, September-October 2014.
Firmament wins the 2014 Pictorial Book of the Year from the Colorado Book Awards/Colorado Center for the Book!