The Culture of Remembrance
About the Artist
Looking for Jesus
A Gradual Loss
Rooms For Rest
Mapping White Sands Missile Range
(How I Learned to Stop Worrying and) Love the Bomb
Albuquerque Journal and Review Santa Fe
The Albuquerque Journal published a fantastic article highlighting local artists who were chosen to participate in the Review Santa Fe Photography Festival.
August 29 - November 5
I am excited to announce my first solo show, including 21 pieces from my current body of work A Gradual Loss, focusing on erosion in the New Mexican landscape. To view more from the project check out my newly updated website noahmclaurine.com. If you are in New Mexico, join us on Friday September 2, 5-7pm for the opening reception.
Santa Fe, NM
July 9 - October 9
This summer, Santa Fe joined Brooklyn, New York, Boston, Atlanta, and Houston as a host for the large outdoor photography exhibit called THE FENCE. I was honored to be chosen as one of the participating artists. Six images from my current body of work A Gradual Loss were showcased along with work of 16 New Mexico-based photographers.
New Mexico History Museum
Santa Fe, NM
June 9 - June 30
This photographic exhibition showcased contemporary perspectives on The Frontier. Two of my pieces were chosen by the Curator of Photography at the New Mexico History Museum for inclusion in the exhibition. They focused on my investigation of the legacy of the nuclear industry in New Mexico as it is expressed through erosion of knowledge and the physical landscape. In addition, both pieces were added to the permanent collection of the museum.
Contemporary Art Survey
Fort Collins, CO
April 15 - May 28
Curator Ray Mark Rinaldi selected one of my works 'Ojito Wilderness' for Lincoln Center's Contemporary Art Survey.
Love Minus Zero
St. Thomas, VI
This group show, at contemporary art space Sevenminusseven, was curated by Zack Zook, co-founder of my past collaborative project Cousin Corinne's Reminder. I am looking forward to further collaboration with Sevenminusseven in the coming year.