2009 International Photography Awards
Honorable Mention, Deeper Perspective category for Seeking Higher Ground: Life in the Shadow of the Three Gorges Dam.
Clark Everett in Black and White Magazine
Three photographs from Seeking Higher Ground: Life in the Shadow of the Three Gorges Dam were included in an article in Black and White Magazine's June 2009 issue.
Minnesota Center for Photography
November 17, 2007 - February 10, 2008
This exhibit will feature work by Chinese and non-Chinese artists who have visited the Three Gorges site, where the building of the world's largest hydroelectric dam along the Yangtze River is taking place. The control of water is a universal story, but this exhibit will portray the drama specific to this time and this place in China. These photographs will portray what damming the Yangtze will mean to the environment, to the culture, and to the people.
Artists in the exhibition: Jeffrey A. Austin (Minnesota), Steven Benson (Michigan), Ed Burtynsky (Canada), Linda Butler (Ohio), James Whitlow Delano (Japan), Clark Everett (Illinois), He Chuan (China), Chuck Koosmann (Minnesota), Sze Tsung Leong (China), Lou Wen Da (China), Pei Xue Hong (China), Qin Wen (China), She Dalke (China), Ian Teh (United Kingdom), Phyllis Uitti-Maslin (Washington), Xiao Xuan An (China), Yan Chang Jiang (China), Zhang De Li (China), Zhang Jin (China), Zhang San You (China), Zhang Xiao Wen (China), Bill Zorn (Georgia)
Dittmar Gallery - Northwestern University
A solo photography exhibition by Clark Everett: Seeking Higher Ground: Life in the Shadow of the Three Gorges Dam, March 27 - May 7, 2007