Ryan Oskin investigates natural and constructed spaces through photography, sculpture, and installation. He has had solo exhibitions at the Rubber Factory (NYC) and the Java Project (BK). In addition, his work has been shown throughout the United States at Aperture Foundation (NYC), LVL3 (CHI), Press Street (NOLA), Newspace Center for Photography (PDX), and underneath the 6th Street Viaduct (LA). He graduated from Pratt Institute with a BFA in Photography in 2012. He currently lives in Brooklyn, N.Y.
b. 1989 in Oceanside, California
Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York
B.F.A. Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y. 2008-2012.
Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, NL. Fall 2010.
ARTHA Project, Queens, N.Y. 2015-2016.
Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions:
Inside Out, Transmitter Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. 2019.
Moments in Between, LVL3, Chicago, IL. 2018.
Subdivision, Rubber Factory, New York, N.Y. 2017.
Land Allotted, curated by Ashley McNelis, The Eagle, Brooklyn, N.Y. 2016.
Five Facets, Java Project, Brooklyn, N.Y. 2016.
Dozer, Neon Heater Gallery, Findlay, OH. 2019.
Delay, Washer-Dryer Projects, Salt Lake City, UT. 2019
Closing Ceremony: Street, BANK Gallery, Shanghai, China.
Life in the Conditional, curated by Jovanna Venegas, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Dynamic Range, Lux Center for the Arts, Lincoln, NE. 2017.
Hard Cry, curated by Gabriel H. Sanchez, Lubov, New York, N.Y.
No Vacancy, curated by ALT ESC, New York, N.Y.
n e w f l e s h, Rubber Factory, New York, N.Y.
Piece by Piece, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y.
The Plant Show, 99¢ Plus Gallery, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Photography is Magic, curated by Charlotte Cotton, Aperture Gallery, N.Y.
End of Semester, BBQ.LA, Los Angeles, CA.
Small Works, curated by Heather Darcy Bhandari, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, N.Y.
6th Annual Zine & Self-Published Book Fair, curated by Anouk Kruithof, Baxter St at CCNY, New York, N.Y.
Our Crazy Life, curated by Project Curate and Sorry Archive, NURTUREart, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Take 3: Anniversary Show, Ground Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, N.Y.
CAGHFft6SVSIP, Cudayh + BBQ.LA, under 6th St. Viaduct in Los Angeles, CA.
Work in Progress, curated by Elizabeth Renstrom, ROOT Studios, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Umi no Hi, 345 Monroe St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Prints and Multiple Fair, Baltimore, MD.
Radical Color, Newspace Center for Photography, Portland, OR.
Blue Library, Press Street, New Orleans, LA.
The Enigmatic Object, Filter Photo at Johalla Projects, Chicago, IL.
Amorphous, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Fleet, The Bishop, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Natural Wonders, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Closing Ceremony, Issue 1 (Street). September 2017.
ALT ESC, Issue 1. November 2016.
Yo-NewYork, Vol. 3. October 2016.
Packet Issue #066, October 2015.
Super Special Vol.2 Issue 1, VUU, Sept. 2015.
American Chordata, Issue 1, Spring 2015.
Packet Fashion Special Vol. II, March 2015.
TAGTAGTAG 01: George Pitts, Jan. 2015.
Dreams Catalog, self-published, 2014.
Packet, Issue #037, July 2014.
Capricious Magazine, Issue 14 (Masculinity), June 2013.
Collector Daily, Inside Out @ Transmitter Gallery, May 2019.
Baxter St at CCNY, Ryan Oskin: Subdivision, May 2017.
LVL3, Interview, March 2017.
Artforum, Critics’ Picks: The Plant Show, August 2016.
Aperture Foundation, In Experimental Photography, Is There Ever a Decisive Moment?, July 2016.
Java Studios, Ryan Oskin: The Art of Man and Nature, July 2016.
Lenscratch, Content-Aware: Ryan Oskin, Dec. 2015.
YET Magazine, Online Editorial: Domestic Objects, Oct. 2015.
Don/Dean, Interview, Oct. 2015.
Huffington Post, Meet The Contemporary Photographers Experimenting With 'Radical Color,' May 2015.
Feature Shoot, Radical Color Review, Feb. 2015.
Wave-pool.net, Interview, Feb. 2015.
Hyperallergic, Standouts from 17-17 Troutman During Bushwick Open Studios 2014, May 2014.
Waterfall, October 2013.
iGNANT.de, December 2012.