New work by Caitlin Teal Price

This exhibition features new work by DC-based artist Caitlin Teal Price exploring themes of daily routine and ritual. Known for her photographs of people, the artist’s newest body of work depicts arrangements of objects, primarily those collected by her young son on walks they regularly take together, in consideration of value and systems of classification. The exhibition will also include Price’s first large-scale drawings.

Caitlin Teal Price (b. 1980, Chicago; lives and works in Washington, DC) earned her M.F.A in photography from the Yale School of Art in New Haven, Connecticut. Her work has been exhibited widely on the east coast, locally at the Corcoran Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Katzen Art Center among others, and internationally at Fotografiska in Stockholm and Photography Festival & Australian Center for Photography in Sydney. Her series Stranger Lives was featured in the New York Times article “Vulnerability and Confidence” in 2012. She received the Artist Fellowship Award from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities in 2016 and 2017.


EVENTS AND PROGRAMING

Opening Reception
September 29, 5–7pm

Free and open to the public.

Caitlin Teal Price in conversation with John Pilson at the National Gallery of Art
October 7, 2pm

More information here. Free and open to the public.

Creative Response
Join the Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE) one Thursday of each month to hear an expert in their field respond to the work on view in the gallery.
More information here. Free and open to the public.

October 11, 7pm: M.J. Rymsza-Pawlowska

November 8, 7pm: Shannon Brogdon-Grantham 

Workshop: Collab-Collage-Photomontage! With Caitlin Teal Price
October 21, 1–3pm
A collaboration workshop with Caitlin Teal Price. Ages 6 and up. Register here

In Their Own Words: Artist Talk with Caitlin Teal Price: November 10, 3–5pm
Free and open to the public.

Insights: Dorothy Moss: November 17, 3pm
Curator of Painting and Sculpture and Curator of Performance Art at the National Portrait Gallery
Free and open to the public.