Errors of Possession is now available in book form through Trespasser Books! Purchase Here
Publishers Description: Garrett Grove’s Errors of Possession is a photobook about the land and people of the United States' rural Northwest. It offers an ambiguous look into the lives of blue collar Americans and the ways in which agriculture, industry, and humans' pursuit of a fabled American Dream have profoundly altered the country. All of the photos in this book were shot in and around small coastal, farming, and logging towns in Oregon and Washington, leading up to and shortly following the presidential election of 2016.
09/11/19 - 10/06/19
Five photographs from The Edge of Some Dream
are being exhibited at the Robert Capa Contemporary Photo Center in Budapest, HU. The exhibition, Zeitgeist, gathers the twenty-seven 2nd cycle artists from the Parallel Platform in a single space.
exhibition is organized under four themes: Post-truth, Anthropocene,
Mystique, and Identity. The totality of the works together represent the
Zeitgeist, or the spirit of our times, defined
by the way of thinking, the aspirations, and the objectives of the
people living in the first quarter of the 21st century. Curators: Judit Gellér and Emese Mucsi
07/19/19 - 09/01/19
"Untitled (Oceanside, OR), 2018",
from the series The Edge of Some Dream,
is being shown at the Houston Center for Photography in the Profound Movement
curated by Shane Lavalette.
Photographs from Errors of Possession
are in the latest print issue of Fisheye Magazine's Photobook Vol. 3.
"Okanogan Complex, 2015"
was selected by John Fleetwood for the Der Grief
guest room online exhibition.
05/22/19 - 06/23/19
Fifteen photographs from The Edge of Some Dream
are being exhibited at Le Chateau d'Eau in Toulouse, France. The exhibition, Currents Shift,
photography and water are being critically reevaluated and influenced by
the environmental, economical, cultural and social crisis of
the present times. The exhibition is curated by Jon Uriarte, features the works of Diogo Bento, Cihad Caner, Dries Lips, Marie Luckasiewicz, Jessica Wolfelsperger, Garrett Grove and is produced in conjunction with the Parallel Platform initiative.
The photograph, "Herman & Joe", is being exhibited at the Aperture Gallery in New York City for the Beyond Boundaries
Photographs from Errors of Possession
are in Volume II of NECK
03/12/19 - 03/15/19
Attending the Parallel Platform curatorship in Derby, UK alongside the Format Film Festival where Errors of Possession
is being exhibited03/08/19 - 04/14/19
Two photographs are being shown at the Here/There gallery in Portland, Oregon for their show, Between the Hedgerow
A photograph from Snowdome
is in the HAFNY group show, Winter Pictures
Works from Errors of Possession
will be shown from March 15th-April 14th at the Format festival in Derby, UK.
Errors of Possession
was recently featured on Ignant
The Earl & Virginia Green Art Gallery is proud to present STORIES WE TELL OURSELVES. This exhibition features over sixty works from the thirteen artists of the Hartford MFA Photography graduating class of 2017, each who explore the overlapping edges of the photograph as fact, fiction, interpreter and interlocutor of our daily experiences.
The original presentation of STORIES WE TELL OURSELVES
was curated by Houston Center for Photography’s Executive Director and Curator, Ashlyn Davis, for the Wrong Gallery (Marfa, Texas) in 2018. This new iteration of the exhibition features the same image selections and expands/reinterprets the installation for the Green Art Gallery.
An interview with Ruby Boddington about Errors of Possession
is on It's Nice That
I will be in Zagreb, Croatia from Sept 6-14 showing work from Errors of Possession
at the Organ Vida
International Photography Festival while attending the first Parallel Platform gathering along with 30 other selected artists.
08/30/18A group show curated by Ashlyn Davis at the Wrong Gallery in Marfa, TX. Featuring 40 new works with my favorite friends and beloved Hartford classmates. 9/28-10/1/2018. I hope to see you there.
08/28/18Errors of Possession
has been shortlisted for the Lucie Foundation Photo Made Emerging Scholarship.
08/15/18Errors of Possession
has been selected as a finalist in the LensCulture 2018 Art Photography Awards. An exhibition showing the work of the 38 finalists will be held at the Aperture Gallery in NYC in 2019.
Started a conversation with my friend, Kevin Kuntstadt, over on A New Nothing
08/02/18Errors of Possession
was recently featured on Booooooom
with Jack Harries from The Heavy Collective (AUS) about Errors of Possession was published on their website
Work from Errors of Possession
has been selected for the 2018 CENTER - Review Santa Fe
"Crystle and Daughter, 2016" has been selected for The Ones We Love's online exhibition, Portraits. Curated by Lindley Warren.
"Holey Towel, 2016" & "Wellington Memorial, 2016" will be in the upcoming 36th Annual Juried Membership Exhibition at the Houston Center for Photography. Curated by Lisa Volpe. July 20 - August 26, 2018.
It is an honor to be one of the 30 selected artists that will be participating in the 2018/19 Parallel Platform
. PARALLEL is a platform that brings together 18 creative European organisations committed to promoting cross-cultural exchanges and mentorships, in order to set new standards in contemporary photography. Members include museums, galleries, festivals, art schools and publishers – 18 of the most vibrant European cultural hubs, from16 countries, that will participate in selecting and hosting new artists and curators, organising exhibitions and promoting artistic networking. The large and diverse nature of the network ensures a wide geographical spread and a fertile ground for fostering new dialogues, sparking ideas and helping to boost creativity.
PARALLEL intends to remove artificial boundaries between artists and curators to create grounds for promoting a horizontal way of working and new forms of artistic cooperation through a process that instigates encounters to promote synergies and cross-fertilisation.
"Herman, 2017" was selected for the Humble Arts Foundation New Psychedelics Group Show. Curated by Roula Seikaly and Jon Feinstein.
"Okanogan Complex, 2015" was awarded 2nd place in the Palm Photo Prize
Our thesis show was reviewed by Romke Hoogwaerts on HAFNY
I hope to see you.
2017 Thesis Exhibition
International Low-Residency MFA Photography Program, University of Hartford
On view: August 6-12 Gallery hours: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm daily
Joseloff Gallery, 200 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06117
Press ReleaseEvent Page04/19/17China's Stone Age Skiers and History's Harsh Lessons
, The New York Times, featured on the front page of their Sunday Sports section and an online version can be seen here