Recipient of the prestigious ADC cube in 2022 for her acclaimed NYTimes Work Friend series, Margeaux's artistic prowess has garnered recognition from esteemed organizations, including Magenta Foundation Flash Forward, HeadOn Photo Festival, and Sony Alpha Female Award in 2020. Her fine art is represented by Winston Wachter Fine Art in NY/Seattle and Foto Relevance in Houston, TX.
Margeaux's exhibitions span renowned institutions such as MOCA in Los Angeles, The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, OH, and the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. Her work, featured in prominent publications like The New York Times, Boston Globe, and Courrier International, reflects a profound narrative that seamlessly integrates the natural world with her unique visual interventions.
Immerse yourself in Margeaux's photographic journey, where each image is a glitch in time, inviting viewers to explore the intersection of reality and imagination.
We asked Margeaux to pick out some of her favorite photographs, to be showcased in this PROFOLIO…
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'Backstage', from my series, "Don't be a Square" in which I am building sets in the landscape that form a "glitch" in the image that represents the Anthropocene age.
'A Rose is a Rose is a Rose,' from my series "All Natural," which was made in isolation as a failed effort to connect with nature without leaving the home.