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Past & Present of the Body, Fuentes Angarita Collection: Women, Photographs and Feminisms organized by Perez Art Museum, Miami, Florida USA

Liminal-Terrestrial-Mnemonic, Fotorama, Kragujevac, Serbia

Standing Rock, Art Remedy, The Gallery at Sea Spice, Art Week Miami

A Tree Within, Gotham West Gallery, NY, USA

The Old Village, Biennale Fotografia Femminile, Milan, Italy

Women’s Work, Full Circle Fine Art, USA

Bridging Two Worlds, Morbid Anatomy Library, New York, USA

Nature: Healing: Human: A Work In Progress- Video Installation, Associazione Culturale -Cortona ON THE MOVE, Italy

Like A Horse, Fotografiska Museum, Stockholm, Sweden

Nature- Healing- Man, Kallisto, New Mexico, USA

Sámi, Walking With Reindeer & The Sami Reindeer People of Alaska,Nordia House

Take Aim, Northlight Gallery at Arizona State University, USA

Umbria Worldfest, Festival, Foligno, Italy

Fotoleggendo,Festival, Rome, Italy

Emerging, Annenberg Center for Photography, Los Angeles, USA

Sámi, Walking With Reindeer & Reindeer People of Alaska, Minnesota Discovery Center

Women of Vision, National Geographic Photographers on Assignment, USA Traveling

Circuit, Fotografia Documental Barcelona, Sámi, People That Walk With Reindeer, Spain

Neiges de Culture, Sámi, People That Walk With Reindeer, Serre Chevalier, France 

Looking at Ourselves: Portraits featured on Lenscratch, Guate Photo Festival, Guatamala 

Visa pour l’Image, Sámi, The People That Walk With Reindeer, Perpignan, France 

National Geographic Unpublished, National Geographic Museum, Washington DC, USA 

31 Women in Art Photography, Humble Arts Foundation, Affirmation Arts, NYC, USA 

Road to Nowhere, FotoFest, Houston, USA 

The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography Vol. 2, Chelsea Art Museum, NYC, USA 

Women in Multimedia, Spazio Labo’|Center of Photography, Bologna, Italy 

American Youth, Redux Pictures, Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, USA 

Flash Forward, The Magenta Foundation, Toronto, Canada 

2nd Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalism, Fotofestival Hannover, Germany 

Outwin Boochever Portrait Exhibition, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian, USA 

American Youth, Redux Pictures, Fovea Exhibitions, New York, USA 

Projections of Reality, Objective Reality Foundation, Red October, Moscow, Russia 

World Press Photo, Traveling Exhibition, 80 Cities World Wide 

Pause to Begin, Gallery Kuntsler, Booksmart Studio, Rochester, New York 

New Jersey State Arts Council Fellowship Exhibition, Visual Arts Center, NJ, USA 

Loaded: Hunting Culture in America, Columbia College, Chicago, USA 

American Youth, Redux Pictures, New York Photo Festival, New York, USA 

American Youth, Redux Pictures, LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph, Virginia, USA 

The Living Room, Randall Scott Gallery, Washington DC, USA 

6 Part 2, SPAS Gallery, Rochester, New York, USA 2004 A Study of Contemporary Landscape Photography, Thomas Werner Gallery, USA 

Instates, Galerie H. Kolmann, Vienna, Austria 2003 Photographers, Redux Gallery, New York, New York, USA

The Portrait Show, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles, California

For Adults Only, East Ashland Gallery, Phoenix, Arizona, USA

National Juried Competition, Soho Photo, New York, New York, USA

People of the Horse, Photoville, Brooklyn, New York

6×6, Rooke Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa 




















Remnants of a Mystical World, Catalyst Contemporary



Erika Larsen, Katie and Ollokot, archival pigment print, 2011, 36 x 28 inches



Lives in Florida and works internationally

Washington, DC, 1976

MFA Computer Graphics/Animation, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York

BFA Photography, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York




Erika Larsen is a transdisciplinary storyteller who believes that photography is one of the most important ways to explore our relationship to time. She is fascinated by the way we communicate with nature and often focuses on people that maintain strong relationships to the natural world. Her work explores how we relate to cycles of life and death and our ability to translate those insights. Her 2013 book, Sami—Walking with Reindeer, reflects the four years she spent living with a reindeer herding family in the Scandinavian Arctic. Her second monograph, Materia Prima, a collection of photographs that explores ritual, time, and the process of remembering we are nature, was published in 2021. Larsen considers the camera a tool to help us explore our understanding of nature, time and existence.