Eirik Johnson | Introductory Presentation by Charlotta María Hauksdóttir

Thursday November 8, 2018 at 7:30 pm 

San Francisco Art Institute Lecture Hall
800 Chestnut Street
San Francisco, CA

Tickets available online or at the door beginning 7:00 pm

Suggested Donation: $15.00 general admission

Students with ID: free

  Hunting Cabins, Barrow, Alaska

Hunting Cabins, Barrow, Alaska


Eirik Johnson

Seattle-based photographer and mixed-media artist Eirik Johnson has exhibited his work at spaces including the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, and the Aperture Foundation in New York.  He has received numerous awards including the 2012 Neddy at Cornish Award in Open Medium, a Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant in 2009, the Santa Fe Prize in 2005, and a William J. Fulbright Grant to Peru in 2000.  His work is in the permanent collections of institutions including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Seattle Art Museum, and the George Eastman House, Rochester, NY.  His second monograph Sawdust Mountain was published by Aperture in 2009.  His first book Borderlands was published by Twin Palms Press in 2005. 

 Johnson’s editorial work has appeared in publications including the New York Times Magazine, California Sunday Magazine, Travel+Leisure, Metropolis, Dwell, Audubon, Pacific Standard, GQ, and the Wall Street Journal

Johnson serves as Programs Chair at the Photographic Center Northwest and affiliate faculty at the University of Washington.  He is also a member of the  Piece of Cake Collective, a photographers' cooperative based both in North America and Europe.


Charlotta María Hauksdóttir grew up outside of Los Angeles where she studied sculptural ceramics before choosing to focus on photography, and in 2014 she received her BFA in Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute. Her work has been featured in literary journals and magazines both in print and online, in several gallery exhibitions, and her images for the Arts of Fashion Foundation appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle. She currently works and resides in San Francisco.  


 ©  Charlotta María Hauksdóttir   TopographyStudy II

© Charlotta María Hauksdóttir TopographyStudy II