Beau Carey (b. 1980) travels extensively to remote areas of the world to experience and record a sense of place. He received his Master of Fine Arts at the University of New Mexico in 2010. He has been awarded residencies at Redline Denver, the Arctic Circle in Norway, Denali National Park in Alaska and Rabbit Island in Lake Superior. He is a co-founder of Denver’s Tank Studios and has created bodies of work at a variety of complex sites in the west including the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and Victor Cripple Creek open pit gold mine. He lectures, teaches and exhibits throughout the country and his work has been featured on Blouin Artinfo, Artsy, Sotheby’s online magazine, and
alibi.com. He currently resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico and keeps a downtown studio at the Sanitary Tortilla Factory.