My work explores personal and shared experience and perception. I both struggle with and take advantage of the difficulty of translating the one to the other. I currently reside in Minneapolis, MN.
I am available for editorial or commissioned work and always looking to collaborate on projects.
b.1980 New York, USA.
Solo & Two Person Exhibitions
2019 Heros Welcome, with Raina Belleau. Essex Contemporary, Ottawa City, Ontario, Canada
2017 Era of Hopeful Monsters, Wurks Gallery, Providence, RI, USA
2016 GRIN: Satellite, with Raina Belleau, Art Basel, Miami, FLA, USA
2016 Fantasia Colorado, GRIN, with Raina Belleau, Providence, RI, USA
2016 ((nouns)), Extra Credit, with Hannah Bigeleisen, Providence, RI, USA
2014 Terra Incognita, Settlement Goods, Houston, TX, USA
2010 From What We Understand, with Isabel Arbelaez Botero, University of St Andrews, UK
2009 Of Course We Mustn’t Forget, The Cell, Glasgow, UK
Selected Group Exhibitions
2018 American Splendour: New Photography, Curated by Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Ilon Gallery, New York, NY, USA
2018 Facing the Wall, Curated by Julia Samuels, Vets Gallery, Providence, RI, USA
2016 Certain Things, Clamp Art, New York, NY, USA
2016 Lines of Sight, Flash Forward Festival, Midway Gallery, Boston, MA, USA
2015 In Our Company, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI, USA
2015 DOT AIR, Machine with Magnets, Pawtucket, RI, USA
2015 BYOB Worldwide, Grin Gallery, Providence, RI, USA
2014 Not So Simple, Red Eye Gallery, Providence, RI, USA
2014 RISD Photography Triennial, Woods-Gerry Gallery, Providence, RI, USA
2013 Good Light, Curated by Daniel Shea, Current Space, Baltimore, MD, USA
2013 do it: houston, Curated by Max Fields & Olivia Junell, Alabama Song, Houston, TX, USA
2012 31st Annual Juried Exhibition, Curated by Lisa Sutcliffe, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX, USA
2012 The Big Show, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX, USA
2011 Art Market, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX, USA
2011 Dis, Dat, Deez, Doz, The Joanna, Houston, TX, USA
2011 SPIN 7: Look Forward, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX, USA
2009 From Here: Brighton Photo Fringe, Moore House, Brighton, UK
2009 Jack Move: GSA Mutual, Southside Studios, Glasgow, UK
2009 Drawn Together, Curated by Helen Shaddock, Pentagon Gallery, Glasgow, UK
2009 Pantry Party, Curated by Ginevra Shay, Designhaus, Burlington, VT, USA
2009 Glasgow School of Art Degree Show, Charles Rennie Mackintosh Gallery, Glasgow, UK
2008 Forgotten to Agree, WASPS Studios, Glasgow, UK
2008 FotoViajeros: International Experience / Transnational Identity, Curated by Muriel Hasbun & Susan Sterner, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., USA
2018 Wassiac Artist Residency / Fellowship
2017 Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory / Fellowship
Grants & Awards
2016 GS Grant Rhode Island School of Design
Visiting Artist Lectures
2017 ArtSpeaks, Belleau+Churchill, The Wurks, Providence, RI, USA
2015 Art Speaks, The Wurks, Providence, RI, USA
2012 Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX, USA
2009 University of St Andrews, St Andrews, UK
2019 NOICE Magazine Issue 012, Print, Edited by Aaron Chapman & Peter Coulson, Melbourne, AU 2018 And light followed the flight of sound, Print, Edited by Eliot Dudik & Jared Ragland, One Day Projects, USA
2018 Pastiche Issue 2, Print, Edited by Natalia Ruberte, Miami, FL, USA
2017 Memory Full (compilation), Photography Book, Print, Edited by Trevor Powers, Boston, MA, USA
2017 Era of Hopeful Monsters, Photography Book, Print, Self Published, New York, NY, USA
2011 Memory Full (compilation), Photography Book, Print, Edited by Trevor Powers, Boston, MA, USA
2008 Forgotten to Agree (compilation), Print, Scottish Arts Council and WASPS Studios, Glasgow, UK
A New Nothing: Caleb Churchill & Mike Slack. 11 December 2017 to Present.
PHOTO-EMPHASIS, an interview with Caleb Churchill. 28 Sept 2018.
NOICE, The Era of Hopeful Monsters: Caleb Churchill. 25 June 2018.
Der Grief, Siobhan Bohnacker: Guest Room. 21 May 2018.
FLOAT, Caleb Churchill: The Era of Hopeful Monsters. 27 May 2018.
Humble Arts, 29 Photographers you should follow in real life. 12 October 2017.
Fisheye Magazine, Les coups de coeur #142, Caleb Churchill. June 2017.
BmoreArt, The Hyper-Emerging Fair. 05 December 2017.
Art F City, Satellite Remains a Bright Star in Gloomy Art Week. 03 December 2017.
HyperAllergic, Miami Beach’s Satellite Art Fair Draws the interactive into its Orbit. 02 December 2016.
Playboy, Lap Dances, Tattoos and…Fine Art? Meet Art Basel’s Sexy Little Sister. 02 December 2016.
Phases Magazine, Caleb Churchill: Era of Hopeful Monsters. 11 September 2016.
Aint Bad Magazine, Caleb Churchill: Era of Hopeful Monsters. 05 Aug 2016.
Boston Globe, Critic’s Pick: Raina Belleau + Caleb Churchill: Fantasia Colorado. 22 July 2016.
The Latent Image, Caleb Churchill: Collect. 13 July 2016.
“Tereza Zelenkova: Supreme Vice” Humble Arts. 14 Oct 2011. http://hafny.org/blog/2011/10/tereza-zelenkova-supreme-vice/
Book Review: Eric Bessel’s Archives” Humble Arts. 26 Aug 2011. http://hafny.org/blog/2011/08/book-review-eric-bessel-archives
“Wrong: Asger Carlson” Caleb Churchill Blog for Morel Books. 17 June 2010. http://www.calebchurchill.com/blog/photography/photobook-review-wrong-asger-carlson/
Buried deep in a crate in a Freeport, Delaware
Museum of Fine Arts Houston
University of St Andrews
Various Private Collections
2016 MFA in Photography, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, USA
2011 MLitt First Class in History of Photography, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, UK
2009 BA(Hons) First Class in Fine Art Photography, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, UK