Sam Margevicius explores the ways in which the photographic medium is supported by performance, sculpture, and drawing. His imagery builds upon itself to emphasize the narrative imposed by architecture (space) and rhythm (time). Sam’s work has been exhibited in New York, California, Utah and Oregon. He received his MFA in Advanced Photographic Studies from ICP-Bard College in 2017. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.  ­­

 

sam.margevicius@gmail.com

 

Education:

2017, MFA, The International Center of Photography - Bard College

2011, BA, Lewis & Clark College

 

Exhibitions:

2017

Poison Everything : Anthony Tafuro, ICP Studio Gallery, Long Island City, NY (co-curator)

Familiar Strange, Baxter St at CCNY, New York, NY (curated by Ephrem Zelony-Mindell)

Rock Paper Scissors and a Three-Armed Shovel, Baxter St at CCNY, New York, NY (curated by Devin Morris and Elliott Jerome Brown Jr.)

Cultural Traffic, Hester Street Fair, New York, NY (curated by Toby Mott)

All Utilities Included, Rita K. Hillman Gallery, New York, NY

444, ICP Studio Gallery, Long Island City, NY (solo show)

2016

Evening Conversations: a symposium, The International Center of Photography Museum, New York, NY ( co-curator)

Photographs from Six Photographers, Club 157 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

/100, The International Center of Photography School, New York, NY

Opportunity to Fail: a performance, The International Center of Photography School, New York, NY

2015

Open Studios, ICP Studio Gallery, Long Island City, NY

Hot and Ready: The Cult of Pizza, The Soft Arts, Provo, UT (curated by Eric Edvalson)

The Sitwell Collection, The Branch, Costa Mesa, CA (curated by Andrew Dicker) 

2014

Open Studios, The Bushwick Community Darkroom, Brooklyn, NY

Chemical Attraction, The Bushwick Community Darkroom, Brooklyn, NY (curated by Scott Nyerges)

2011

Hence, Hoffman gallery, Portland, OR (curated by Linda Tesner)

Concentric Rats, Millz gallery, Portland, OR (curated by Kathryn Miller and Kelly Kuykendall)

 

Collections:

The Library of The International Center of Photography

The 8 Ball Community Library