Artist Profile

Richard Max Gavrich

Medium: Photography

Description:  Large-format color inkjet photography and silver-gelatin prints

Richard Max Gavrich (b. 1992, San Francisco) is a photographer and arts educator. His work originates at the intersection of place, personal narrative, and identity. Rooted in his process is the act of walking, an effort to circumscribe cities and regional dialects. Gavrich was the 2014 recipient of the Bard Lugo Land Prize. His first monograph, Estraneo, published in 2015 by Edizioni del Bradipo, charted the Lowlands of Emilia-Romagna. He has exhibited at the Museo San Rocco (Fusignano, Italy), the Ogden Museum of Southern Art (New Orleans), Rayko Gallery (San Francisco), and lectured at Big Class New Orleans and Bard College. Gavrich is a 2017 Artist-in-Residence at Crosstown Arts. Currently he is working on projects in Memphis and New Orleans, as well as oral histories rooted in New York and the California Central Valley.

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