Bryan Graf

Born 1982
Hometown Perth Amboy, New Jersey
Lives and Works Maine & New Jersey
Education
BFA, Art History/ Photography, The Art institute of Boston, Boston, Massachusetts 2005
MFA, Photography, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut 2008

Bryan Graf is known for his experimental approach to photographic materials, and subjects, resulting in a highly diverse body of work. Amorphous, kaleidoscopic shapes often permeate his images, where the occasional branch or flower can be discerned, however his work is not entirely abstract.  Scenes of nature, organic landscapes and the occasional self-portrait also round out Graf’s highly experimental body of work, which draws on themes of nostalgia, automatism and manual manipulation.


Graf has participated in solo exhibitions at ICA: Maine College of Art, Portland, ME, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York and group exhibitions at Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Decordova Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Philadelphia, PA, and Pelham Arts Center, Pelham, NY.

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