This foreshadows the mission of the greater oeuvre, and renders each chapter (there will be four) more potent and contextual. This is the American condition and the country we share: “A common aspect of the experience of poverty in America, Eich’s two books suggest, is the role of family and community as sources of hope.”Read More
Sin and Salvation in Baptist Town
George Washington University | Gallery 102
Smith Hall of Art, 802 22nd Street NW, Washington, D.C.
Exhibition : July 2 - August 3, 2018
Artist Talk : Friday, July 13 | 5:00 PM
Matt Eich will exhibit in Washington DC at George Washington University's Gallery 102. This solo-exhibition is part of the institution's Summer Solo Series, which focuses on contemporary artists. Eich will present work from the second chapter of The Invisible Yoke: Sin and Salvation in Baptist Town.Read More
jdc Fine Art is thrilled to announce we are now representing the work of the Virginia-based photographer Matt Eich. We have followed the work of this young artist for more than five years and remain impressed with its staying-power.
Eich photographs the psychology of place; his subject is the American Condition. The Artist is already a well-established photojournalist with a strong list of editorial clients- National Geographic, the New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, and TIME among them. Eich is currently pursuing his MFA, and has caught the attention of the Swiss publisher Sturm & Drang. Sturm & Drang have committed to publishing four monographs with the artist; the first, Carry Me Ohio is scheduled to release this fall.Read More