Alice Q. Hargrave
Alice Hargrave is a photographic artist and educator, based in Chicago. Her work explores the fugitive nature of experience, the natural world, and the photographic medium itself. She is interested in how photographs literally color memory, and perception.
Hargrave has had several one-person exhibitions, including two at The Chicago Cultural Center. Her work has been seen in group exhibitions at The Museum of Contemporary Photography, The Smart Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, The Tweed Museum of Art, Art Metz (France), Klein Gallery, and Carol Ehlers Gallery, who represented her. She is collected nationally, internationally, and is included in the collections of The Museum of Contemporary Photography, The Ruttenberg Collection, Nuveen Corporation, Outer Circle Corporation, and Rush Presbyterian Hospital among others. Hargrave’s work has received many awards, and has been published and reviewed in several journals. She has been a professor at Columbia College since 1994.