Bio

Christopher Colville is an artist working to push the boundaries of the photographic medium in both experimental and traditional forms. Born in 1974 in Tucson Arizona Christopher received his BFA in Anthropology and Photography from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and his MFA in Photography from the University of New Mexico.  After leaving New Mexico, he returned home to the Sonoran Desert and is currently living in Phoenix.  Chris has spent his time in Phoenix exploring the desert where he has taught in multiple institutions including as a visiting Assistant Professor at Arizona State University as well as working as the photography editor for Prompt Press.

Christopher’s work has been included in both national and international publications and exhibitions.  Recent awards include the Ernst Cabat Award through the Tucson Museum of Art,  Critical Mass top 50, the Humble Art Foundations New Photography Grant, an Arizona Commission on the Arts Artist Project Grant, a Public Art Commission from the Phoenix Commission on the Arts and an artist fellowship through the American Scandinavian Foundation.  Christopher’s work has been reviewed in national and international publications including Art in America, L.A. Times, Boston Globe and GUP Magazine.

When not making work Christopher can be found spending time with his wonderful wife Melanie, while trying to keep up with their darling young sons Wyatt and Oliver.

 

Links

Galleries  Rick Wester Fine Art, Etherton GalleryDuncan Miller Gallery

Places Prompt Press, Indie Photobook Library

People Aaron Rothman, Bucky Miller, Christian Widmer, Cory Fitzgerald, Ian Van Coller, Jesse Rieser, John Mann, Josh Loeser, Michael Lundgren, Myra Greene, Nidaa Aboulhosn, Richard Laugharn, Wendy Kawabata

Reviews/Interviews/Articles   Art in America Rematerializing Photography Leah Ollman review L.A. Times, Shana Nys Dambrot article in Vice the Creators Project,  Larissa Leclair Interview

 

 

 

 

 

Photograph courtesy of Josh Loeser

Photograph courtesy of Josh Loeser