Our star was brighter perhaps when it had water in it.
Now there is no question even of that, but only
Of holding on to the hard earth so as not to get thrown off

 

                                                            - John Ashbery
 

 

Eugénie Frerichs

Born in Colorado, raised in Oregon, currently living in Ojai, California.

Working at present as the Director of Photography at Patagonia.

hello@eugeniefrerichs.com 

EDUCATION

The Colorado CollegeBA Art History, magna cum laude, Colorado Springs, CO, 1994-1999

EXHIBITIONS + PRESS

2015
The Dreams of DogsKominek Gallery, Berlin

2014
Mountainfilm in Telluride, Men and Trees, Solo Show, Artist in Residence

Newspace Center for PhotographyThe Art of Work, Juried Group Show

2013
Wieden + Kennedy, Non-Billable Hours, Guest Speaker

APhotoEditor Blog, Art Producers Speak: Eugénie Frerichs, Interview + Artist Profile

Blue Earth Alliance, Collaborations for Cause, Panelist

Photolucida, Board Member, Reviewer for Portfolio Reviews + Critical Mass

2012
The Oregonian, April 1, 2012: Daredevil, InterruptedArtist Profile by D.K. Row


Good Samaritan Hospital Gallery, the subconscious is feeling optimistic, Solo Show

Pushdot Gallery, 
the subconscious is feeling optimistic, Solo Show

Oregon Historical Society, Then.Now.Here., Juried Group Show

Wieden + Kennedy, The 100 Show, Group Show

2011
PDX Contemporary Art Window ProjectREMEDY, Solo Show

PUBLISHED WORK

The Collective Quarterly, Issue 06, cover photo, Winter 2016

(Re)Born to be Wild: Coaxing Patagonia Back to Its Natural State, photography for article in Fall issue of Modern Farmer magazine, October 2015

National Public Radio's The Salt: Alaska Farmer Turns Icy Patch Of Tundra Into A Breadbasket, February 2015

Stay Wild Magazine, cover photo, Fall 2014

Our First Foodphotography for cover story, Edible Portland, Spring 2014

Permafrost Farming, online article and photo essay for Modern Farmer magazine, January 2014

Reviving Rural Grocery Stores, photography for cover story, Edible Portland, Winter 2014

Road Trip: Pacific Northwest Farm Scene, online column for Modern Farmer magazine, Summer 2014

Caldera Arts, image bank for series AFTER, 2013

RESIDENCIES + GRANTS

Mountainfilm in Telluride, Festival Artist in Residence, May 2014

Caldera Artist in Residence, Recipient of Golden Spot Award, February 2014

Regional Arts & Culture Council, Professional Development Grant, 2014

Regional Arts & Culture Council, Individual Project Grant, 2011

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© Eugénie Frerichs 2015