Ryan Frank is an artist and curator based in Brooklyn, a native of California and a graduate of New York University. Ryan’s work is a unique blend of photography and sculpture through a variety of forms including light boxes, installation and performance. He has had solo exhibitions at the Invisible Dog Art Center and the Mattatuck Museum, and has exhibited his work at venues including Outlet Fine Art, Gallery Rene Mele, the Wassaic Project, the Re Institute, and CR-10. His curatorial projects include Ode Hotel at the Wassaic Project, Used Books at Winkleman Gallery, Reflective Landscape at the Granary and I Like the Sound of That at Artspace New Haven. His project A Wandering Sukkah, a roving sukkah on a pickup truck, recently toured throughout New York City to much acclaim. This past spring he presented a new body of work at the Invisible Dog's Glass House Gallery that was developed during his 2015 residency in Iceland. Ryan is an avid runner, traveler, writer and occasional performer.
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