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Colin Snapp
Artist / Photographer

Colin Snapp (b. 1982) obtained his BFA in film making from the San Francisco Art Institute.

He taught art and filming seminars during his studies through his early career.

His exhibitions include BAM / Brooklyn Academy of Music, Hauser & Wirth, Times Square AEO LED Billboard Project, Sculpture Center, Whitney Museum of American Art, Recess Activities, White Box Gallery, Jericho Ditch, Triple Canopy, Proyectos Ultravioleta, and Galerie Allen.

He currently lives and works between New York and Los Angeles.

Colin Snapp
Artist / Photographer

Colin Snapp (b. 1982) obtained his BFA in film making from the San Francisco Art Institute.

He taught art and filming seminars during his studies through his early career.

His exhibitions include BAM / Brooklyn Academy of Music, Hauser & Wirth, Times Square AEO LED Billboard Project, Sculpture Center, Whitney Museum of American Art, Recess Activities, White Box Gallery, Jericho Ditch, Triple Canopy, Proyectos Ultravioleta, and Galerie Allen.

He currently lives and works between New York and Los Angeles.

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    Deadline Apr 7, 2024
    Soma
    Ciudad de México, Mexico
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    Various Locations
    Berlin, Germany
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    Publication
    Void
    International
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    Publication
    Perimeter
    International
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    MACBA
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