Welcome to an hour long conversation/ lecture with acclaimed American photographer Cig Harvey.
She is an artist whose practice seeks to find the magical in everyday life. Rich in implied narrative, Harvey’s work is deeply rooted in the natural environment, and offers explorations of belonging and familial relationships. Harvey is based in Maine, USA, and is represented in our ICONS exhibit with the image Dasha at the Demidov Palace, created in 2019.
In our conversation we look at Cigs work spanning over the last 20 years, and talk about the inspiration behind her work, and the backstory to some of the images. It is a talk about Cig's carrier, her philosophy, photography in general, and what image-making have meant for her personally and professionally.
Harvey's first solo museum show was held at the Stenersen Museum in Oslo in 2012 in conjunction with the release of her first monograph, You Look At Me Like An Emergency (Schilt Publishing, 2012). Her work has been exhibited internationally and is included in several collections including The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the George Eastman Museum, and the Farnsworth Art Museum.Harvey has been featured in The New York Times, and received in 2017 the prestigious "Excellence in Teaching Award" from CENTER. In 2018 she was named the Prix Virginia Laureate, an international photography prize awarded to one woman each year.
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