A selection of work will be included in the summer show at Traywick Contemporary, "She was moving, even when she stood still," opens June 15, 2019, Berkeley CA.
A new monograph: "Nothing Will Ever be the Same Again," will be published by Datz Press, August 2019!
Amanda will be artist in residence at Datz Museum of Art in South Korea, July 2019. Stay tuned for artist talks and workshops!
"Negative Space 4" an all-woman, analog photography pop-up show, guest-curated by Kristen Bartley. Brooklyn Grain, 1166 Manhattan Ave. Greenpoint, Thursday, April 18 from 6-9 pm.
The Book of Hours will be exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA, April - June. Opening reception: April 11, 7pm
Ain't Bad Magazine, In conversation: Amanda Marchand, interview by Kyra Schmidt, March 13.
The World is Astonishing with You in it: A 21st Century Field Guide to the Birds, Ferns and Wildflowers, a new artist book in an edition of 15.
Amanda Marchand will be presenting work at "A Day of PhotoBooks," through PhotoAlliance at Fort Mason, Pier 2, noon - 5pm, San Francisco, Saturday Feb 2.
Amanda Marchand will be an artist fellow at the Hermitage Artist Retreat, Sarasota, Florida, Feb 2019.
Because the Sky will be exhibited at the Davis Orton Gallery, in the 9th Annual Self-Pubished Photobooks Show, Hudson, NY, Dec 1- Dec 23rd, 2018 (Reception Sat Dec 1 from 1-3pm).
The Book of Hours and True North were featured in the Magazine Gitz, Issue 10, "Process and Attitude."
The Book of Hours and True North were exhibited at D'Ark Room, Seoul, Korea, 2018.
The Book of Hours and True North were featured on Lenscratch by Julia Bennett, July 26, 2018.
dART International Magazine: Amanda Marchand's work was selected as TOP 10 at this year's Miami Art Fair. "Picking Cherries in Miami: Top Ten at the Miami Art Fairs," by Gae Savannah, June 2018.
A selection of images from "True North" will be on view in the exhibition, "Here, Now" at Datz Museum of Art, July - Sept, 2018, Seoul, Korea.
East Bay Monthly, review "Northern Light Caught in Finnish Landscape Photos," by DeWitt Chang, April 2018.
Amanda Marchand was awarded a residency at Hewnoaks Artist Colony in Maine, September 2018
"Whenever You'll Try, I'll be There," from the series, "True North" won Honorable Mention at the GoggleWorks Center for the Arts 12th Annual Exhibition. It will be on view there through the month of May, 2018, Reading, PA.
The Book of Hours is a sweet new artist book! Accordion fold, edition of 25, 5x5 inches with one archival collector's print, $150.00; March 2018.
True North, solo show at Traywick Contemporary, opens March 3 (opening 2-5pm) through May 19, 2018.
Amanda Marchand will be a reviewer at the 2018 PhotoAlliance "Our World Portfolio Review." She will be giving a pop-up lecture on Artist Residencies at noon on March 10. The San Francisco Art Institute, March 9-11.
Amanda will be an artist fellow again at the Hermitage Artist Retreat, Sarasota, Florida, Feb 2018.
At the Violet Hour, a group show in conjunction with Turner Contemporary and inspired by T.S. Eliot's "The Wasteland." The exhibition re-animates the empty rooms, liminal spaces and grounds of the Grade II, Nayland Rock Hotel in Margate, England, where Eliot wrote the poem. David Buckley, Emma Critchley, Simon Foxall, Wolfgang Tillmans, Amanda Marchand, Darren Goddal, Susi Hamilton, Derek Jarman, Paul Knight, Victoria Lucas, Jay Rechsteiner, Lindsay Segall, Shaun Stamp, Katie Surridge, Sally Waterman, Chiara Willaims. Curated by Chiara Williams and Shaun Stamp, Feb 2 - March 11 2018.
Cultivated Nature, The Mills Building, San Francisco, CA, 2017
PULSE Miami Art Fair Traywick Contemporary, Booth #203 in the North Tent, with artists Amanda Marchand, Diana Guerro Macia, Benicia Gantner, Steuart Pittman, and Dhara Strasser MacColl. Dec 7-10, 2017.
MUHC Glen Hospital - A permanent installation of Marchand's Night Garden and Because the Sky series on view on the women's oncology floor, C8, Montreal, QC, starting August 2017.
Night Garden will be featured with other Datz Press titles at Printed Matter's NY Art Book Fair, Sat Sept 22-24, MoMA PS1, Queen's.
Neverending Summer, Traywick Contemporary, Group Show, Berkeley, CA, June- August.
A New Nothing, follow the evolving photography conversation between Amanda Marchand and Paula McCartney here.
Lumen II: from "The Lumen Project". This collaborative art piece will take place on the beach at the Hermitage at 2:30pm. Manasota Key, FL, March 16, 2017. (Many thanks to the Hermitage for their help and support.)
Amanda will be an artist fellow at the Hermitage Artist Retreat, Sarasota, Florida, March 2017.
Art On Paper Fair with Traywick Contemporary - Amanda's work will be on view, Thu March 2-5, Pier 36, Manhattan.
Codex Art Book Fair, artist book launch, "Because the Sky," with thanks to Datz Press for sharing their table, Feb 5, 2017.
Lumen I: Amanda created a large-scale "sun-print" with several dozen participants for Traywick Contemporary's year of 20th anniversary artist events, in conjunction with PhotoAlliance at the San Francisco Art Institute. "Lumen I," is a communal project which brings people together through stillness and meditation as a response to our turbulent times, Feb 4, 2017.
Amanda's work, "Because the Sky" was juried into the SFAI Alumni Exhibition at the Diego Rivera Gallery by Yerba Buena curator, Katya Min, 800 Chestnut St. SF. Nov. 2016
Amanda will be artist in residence at the Bakery Photo Collective in Portland/Westbrook, Maine, June 2016.
Bakery IG takeover June 28- July 2 - follow @BakeryPhotoCollective.
Amanda will be giving an artist talk at The Bakery Photo Collective, "Life, Love, Lemons and Landscape," 7pm, June 30.
Plus One, group show at Traywick Contemporary. The gallery's artists were asked to invite a "plus one", someone whose work inspired them or who had been important to their practice. Amanda chose artist, Jeanne Quinn, with whom she has collaborated twice. Opening June 11 from 3-5pm, runs through August 20, 2016.
Amanda will be at the Studios at MASS MoCA artist residency program in North Adams, in conjunction with Assets For Artists, April 2016
Art On Paper Fair, Pier 36, NY - Traywick Contemporary will be showing "Night Garden" and more, March 3-6, 2016. Book Signing March 5 at 1pm.
Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography's Artist Takeovers - follow Amanda Marchand's January, 2016 Instagram takeover here
Night Garden is now being featured at the Detroit Center for Photography. To see the book online go to, Pages.
Read the Night Garden review in The San Francisco Chronicle/ SF Gate, by Jessica Zack, Dec 12, 2015
Amanda Marchand will be giving a talk at PhotoAlliance as part of their 14th annual Lecture Series, on November 6 at 7:00 pm, San Francisco Art Institute, 800 Chestnut St.
Night Garden will be exhibited in a solo show at Traywick Contemporary, Berkeley CA, November 15, 2015 - January 16, 2016. Opening - Sunday, Nov 15, 3-5pm.
Night Garden book-signing at Printed Matter's NY Art Book Fair, Sat Sept 19, 2pm, MoMA PS1, Datz Press, Booth N03.
A selection from Night Garden will be exhibited at the Palo Alto Art Center, in "Front Yard/ Back Street," September 18 thru December 13, 2015
Amanda Marchand was a resident at Hewnoaks Artist Colony in Maine, July-August, 2015
Night Garden was awarded Honorable Mention for The Center for Fine Art Photography's Center Forward 2015 Exhibition, June 2015
Save the Date! Night Garden Book Launch Party, Brooklyn, NY: Thursday June 11, from 7-9pm at Local 61 (61 Bergen Street @ Smith)
Night Garden was added to DODOOBA, an online exhibition platform of International work - Korea, May 2015
Night Garden is now a monograph - published in a hardcover edition of 300, by Datz Press, $70 each, May 2015.
Night Garden was awarded "Curator's Choice" in CENTRE's Choice Awards.
The work was awarded Second Place by Phillip Prodger, Curator of Photography, National Portrait Gallery, London, April 2015
Book launch party for Night Garden monograph: May 14, 2015 at Datz Museum, Seoul, Korea.
A selection from Night Garden will be exhibited at Datz Museum, Seoul, Korea, for the group exhibition, "Mind-scape", May 14-June 12, 2015.
A selection from Night Garden will be exhibited at Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico, in the "Curve" exhibition, June 7- Sept 11, 2015.
Night Garden was featured in LENSCRATCH on April 21, 2015
Finland, January 2015: Amanda Marchand completed her residency in Haukijarvi, at the Arteles Creative Center. At this themed residency, Silence Awareness Existence, she was joined by the following artists from across the globe - Jacobo Alonso Leon, Caroline Anderson, Anastazia Louise Aranaga, Michael Terren, Shaun Stamp, Beth Sometimes, Tahlee Rouillon, Janet Long, and SSMIDD.
Night Garden received a generous publishing grant from DogGone Foundation, Canada, Fall 2014.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Follow the Night Garden back-story: The summer Night Garden e-postcards were active until Sept 15, 2012. To view, go to the Night Garden Blog
Marchand's 415/514 series may be seen on view as part of the Cavallo Point Lodge Collection in Marin, CA. Cavallo's photography program provides a catalyst for thinking about the environment, specifically contemporary notions of landscape and ecology.
A hardcover publication of 415/514 was published by Edition One Books exclusively for Cavallo Point. A catalog illustrating Marchand's work alongside the work of twenty-one other participating artists, from Imogen Cunningham to Linda Connor, is also available.