Visiting Assistant Professor of Photography
Primary Academic Program: Photography
Biography:Bryson Rand is a Brooklyn–based photographer whose work has been exhibited throughout the United States and internationally at such venues as Zeit Contemporary Art, New York; Dencker+Schneider Gallery, Berlin; Museo Universitario Del Chopo, Mexico City; Abrons Art Center, New York; La Mama La Galleria, New York; Westbeth Gallery, New York; and Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco. Publications include The Origins of Color (Raw Meat Collective, 2018); Waters (Dashwood Books, 2017); Some Small Fever (Raw Meat Collective, 2017); and Matte Magazine #37: Bryson Rand (2015). His work has been included in numerous publications, including Primal Sight, Der Grief, Dear Dave, Matte Magazine, Vice, and NEWSPAPER, and was featured as a critics’ pick at ArtForum.com. Honors and awards include Robert Giard Foundation Grand finalist (2020); John Ferguson Weir Award, Yale School of Art; Seton Elm-Ivy Award, City of New Haven and Yale University; and Paula Rhodes Memorial Award, School of Visual Arts, He previously served as a thesis adviser at Maine College of Art, Wurtele Gallery Teacher at Yale University Art Gallery; and teaching fellow at Yale Norfolk School of Art.
BFA, University of Colorado Boulder; MAT, School of Visual Arts; MFA, Yale School of Art; also studied at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.