Sean Higgins (b. 1973, White Haven, Pennsylvania, USA) graduated with an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania. Sean creates fictional worlds where time and space are ambiguous. Landscape, outer space, technology, dreams and memories combine to create new environments that could exist equally in the future or in the past. He has had solo exhibitions at LA Louver gallery in Venice, sixspace in Los Angeles, Ambach and Rice in Seattle and Collette Blanchard Gallery in New York. Some group show highlights include Hydroponic Forms at Galerie Ampersand in Germany, the traveling exhibition Alptraum!, Photography in the Digital Age at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, Empty Distances at Mark Moore in Los Angeles and Rogue Wave ’05 at LA Louver gallery in Venice, California. Sean recently co-curated a group show at Kopeikin gallery in Los Angeles called Transporter.
He currently lives and works in Los Angeles and New York.
Photo: Kari Viste