Meg Turner (b.1985) is a multi-disciplinary visual artist based in New Orleans Louisiana. Her work employs printmaking, photography, sign making, and installation to focus on ecstatic fantasy and contemporary critique. Combining intimate portraiture, analog printing and a study of economic systems and propaganda, Meg is focused on confronting/celebrating our expectations of utopia. Meg’s first solo museum show Here & Now opened in New Orleans at The Contemporary Art Center in 2019. Her work has also been exhibited at HERE arts center (NYC) the Orkiestra Sinfonia Varsovia in Poland, The Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk Ct, The Museum of The Rhode Island School of Design (Providence, RI), and The Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans and many other venues. Meg’s collaborative photographic project with Courtney Webster PATRICIDE has been shown in New York at The Leslie Lohmen Museum of gay and lesbian art, Bureau of General Services - Queer Division, BRIC, and WildProject.
Meg received her MFA from Columbia University and her BFA from The Rhode Island School of Design. She currently teaches printmaking at Tulane University in New Orleans.