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.
2017 The Era of Hopeful Monsters, The Wurks, Providence, RI
2016 ((nouns)), Extra Credit, Providence, RI
2014 Terra Incognita, Settlement Goods, Houston, TX
2010 From What We Understand, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, Scotland, UK
2009 Of Course We Mustn’t Forget, The Cell, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Collaborative Solo Exhibitions with Raina Belleau (Belleau + Churchill)
2019 Planet A, SPACE, Portland, ME (Forthcoming)
2019 Heroes Welcome, Essex Contemporary, Ottawa, ON (Forthcoming)
2018 The Temperature, The Neon Heater, Finlay, OH
2016 GRIN: Satellite – Fantasia Colorado, Art Basel, Miami, FL
2016 Fantasia Colorado, GRIN, Providence, RI (catalogue)
2016 On the Beach, Extra Credit, Providence, RI
2015 Save the Last Dance, Fletcher Studios, Providence, RI
Selected Group Exhibitions
2018 And Light Followed the Flight of Sound, Candela Gallery, Richmond, VA (curated by Gordon Stettinius and Ashby Nickerson) (catalogue)
2018 A History of Photography: Selections from the Museum’s Collection, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston, TX (curated by Lisa Volpe)
2018 American Splendour: New Photography, Ilon Gallery, New York, NY (curated by Ruben Natal-San Miguel) (catalogue)
2018 Facing the Wall, Vets Gallery, Providence, RI (curated by Julia Samuels)
2017 Breakers, The Wurks, Providence, RI
2016 Certain Things, Clamp Art, New York, NY
2016 Lines of Sight: Flash Forward Festival, Midway Gallery, Boston, MA
2015 In Our Company, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI
2015 DOT AIR, Machines with Magnets, Pawtucket, RI
2015 BYOB Worldwide, GRIN, Providence, RI (curated by Lindsey Stapleton & Corey Oberland)
2014 Not So Simple, Red Eye Gallery, Providence, RI
2013 Good Light, Current Space, Baltimore MD (curated by Daniel Shay) (catalogue)
2013 Do It: Houston, Alabama Song, Houston, TX (curated by Max Fields & Olivia Junell) (catalogue)
2012 31st Annual Juried Exhibition, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX (curated by Lisa Sutcliffe) (catalogue)
2012 The Big Show, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX
2011 Art Market, Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX
2011 Dis, Dat, Deez, Doz, The Joanna, Houston, TX (curated by Cody Ledvina)
2011 Spin 7: Look Forward, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX
2010 CUSP, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, UK
2009 From Here: Brighton Photo Fringe, Moore House, Brighton, UK
2009 Jack Move, Southside Studios, Glasgow, UK
2009 Drawn Together, Pentagon Gallery, Glasgow, UK (curated by Helen Shaddock) (catalogue)
2009 Pantry Party, Designhause, Burlington, VT (curated by Ginevra Shay)
2008 Forgotten to Agree, WASPS, Glasgow, UK
2008 FotoViajeros: International Experience / Transnational Identity, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC (curated by Muriel Hasbun & Susan Sterner)
Chapman, Aaron, and Peter Coulson, eds. "Caleb Churchill: The Era of Hopeful Monsters." NOICE, issue 012, 2019. (forthcoming)
Dudik, Eliot, Jared Ragland, and Catherine Wilkins. And Light Followed the Flight of Sound. One Day Projects, 2018.
Grüner, Alexander, Dominik Bönisch, Kristin Schulze, Maria Wolff, and Paul-Ruben Mundthal. "Caleb Churchill: The Era of Hopeful Monsters, 2017, Auswahl." Edited by Friederike Günther and Björn Schorr,. HANT: Magazin Fur Fotografie, issue 11, November 17, 2018, 100-03.
Ruberte, Natalia, ed. "The Era of Hopeful Monsters: Caleb Churchill." Pastiche Magazine, issue 2, August 01, 2018.
Churchill, Caleb. The Era of Hopeful Monsters. New York, NY: Self, 2017.
Way, Debbie. "Artist to Watch in 2018." Take Magazine, October 16, 2017.
Powers, Trevor. Memory Full. Series 2. Boston, MA: Self, 2017.
Powers, Trevor. Memory Full. Series 1. Boston, MA: Self, 2011.
Bellingham, David, ed. Forgotten to Agree. Glasgow, UK: Scottish Arts Council, 2008
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. http://www.bmoreart.com/2016/12/satellite-the-hyper-emerging-fair.html
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. https://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/music/2016/07/27/the-ticket-pop-rock/1YHmt1BNXR3R6u2OCBah1J/story.html
The Latent Image, Caleb Churchill: Collect. 13 July 2016.
Publication as Author
Churchill, Caleb. "Tereza Zelenkova: Supreme Vice." Humble Arts. October 14, 2012. http://hafny.org/blog/2012/10/tereza-zelenkova-supreme-vice/.
Churchill, Caleb. "Book Review: Eric Bessel’s Archives." Humble Arts. August 26, 2011. http://hafny.org/blog/2011/08/book-review-eric-bessel-archives.
Churchill, Caleb. "Wrong: Asger Carlson." Humble Arts. June 17, 2010. http://hafny.org/blog/2010/06/book-review-wrong-asger-carlson.
Lectures, Presentations, Workshops
2017 Art Speaks: Pow-wow the Christmas Pony, Belleau + Churchill, The Wurks, Providence, RI
2015 Art Speaks: Effort + Effort = Effort, The Wurks, Providence, RI
2014 Terra Incognita, Breaking away from Geography Lessons: Mostly Tragic, Settlement Goods, Houston, TX
2013 Terra Incognita, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX
2012 Geography Lessons: Mostly Tragic, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX
Buried deep in a crate in a Freeport, Delaware
Museum of Fine Arts Houston
University of St Andrews
Various Private Collections
2017 Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, Gothic, CO
College Art Association (CAA), New York, NY
The Society of Photographic Education, Cleveland, OH
The Royal Photographic Society, London, England
2016 MFA Rhode Island School of Design
2011 MA University of St Andrews
2009 BFA Glasgow School of Art