Ryan Boatright

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Ryan Boatright is an American artist based in Paris, France. Although varied, his projects are often crafted from a blend of technical and conceptual processes that evaluate common domestic experiences, the environments that shape them, and the pictures that document them. His interests in snapshots and the science of photography also lead him to examine the role of photography in the mainstream and to evaluate the medium’s ability to measure reality. The products of his work are exhibited as traditional photographs, digital prints, videos, and unique art objects. In 2011, he started the digital printing studio Atelier Boba. There, he focuses on collaborations with contemporary artists and photographers.

Ryan Boatright, Untitled #5
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Untitled #5

Lake Forest, Louisville, Kentucky, 2005

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