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NICHOLAS FRANK | artist resume | work | WX shows: 2015-16 | 2012 | 2009 | 2004 | artist website


London 1 (Navy)
2014/2015
Inkjet print on Epson Ultra Premium Luster Archival 260gsm Paper mounted in Rising© Museum Board
Custom-designed and cut maple frame, painted by the artist, glazed with UV Framing Quality Plexiglas
~28” x 24”

b. 1967 Milwaukee, WI
Lives and works in Milwaukee, WI

Nicholas Frank multidisciplinary art works, including painting, video, installation, photography, sound and artist books, are often presented within the framework of The Nicholas Frank Biography, a lifetime project detailing the history and historical significance of the output of the artist Nicholas Frank. Whether presented in museum-style surveys of past projects or as book pages, the “author” is unnamed, presumed by its third-person perspective to be other than Nicholas Frank. Book pages are presented singularly in frames or hand-bound, without benefit from the context given in the preceding and following pages.

Nicholas Frank is an artist, curator and writer residing in Milwaukee. He ran the Hermetic Gallery from 1993-2001; co-founded the Milwaukee International in 2006; programmed INOVA (Institute of Visual Arts) from 2006-2011; and is currently Curator-In-Residence at the Poor Farm. Recent solo projects include NADA New York with Green Gallery and Untitled Art Fair with Nathalie Karg (both 2013), Peregrine Program and Western Exhibitions (both Chicago, 2013), and dual solo exhibitions at Lump in Raleigh, NC and the Green Gallery in Milwaukee in 2012. His independent curatorial projects have been presented nationally and internationally and he recently opened a space in Milwaukee, The Open, to be used for a multitude of other’s creative activities as well as presenting his ongoing Nicholas Frank Public Library project. His critical writing has been published in Possible Press, NYFA.com, Sculpture, New Art Examiner, Purple, X-tra, Artpapers as well as a catalogue essay, “David Foster Wallace: Nicholas Frank speaks with Brooke Kanther”, for the 2014 Whitney Biennial. He is represented by Western Exhibitions in Chicago and The Green Gallery in Milwaukee.


 


 


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