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Brian Ulrich was born in 1971 in Northport, NY. His photographs examining consumer culture have been in solo exhibitions at the Eastman Museum; the Cleveland Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego; the North Carolina Museum of Art; the Julie Saul Gallery; the Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago; and the Robert Koch Gallery; as well as in group exhibitions at the Walker Art Center; the Museum of Contemporary Photography; the San Diego Museum of Art; the New York Public Library and The Art Institute of Chicago.
He is a recipient of a 2009 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. The Aperture Foundation and the Cleveland Museum of Art collaborated to publish his first major monograph, “Is This Place Great or What” in 2011. In 2013, the Anderson Gallery at Virginia Commonwealth University published the catalog “Closeout: Retail, Relics and Ephemera”.

His work has been featured in the New York Times Magazine; Time Magazine; on National Public Radio programs; Orion Magazine; Vice Magazine; Mother Jones magazine; the Chicago Tribune; Artforum; Harper’s; Politico; Vice; Leica World; Yvi Magazine and Adbusters.

Brian Ulrich is an Associate Professor at the Rhode Island School of Design in the Photography department.

For print sales please contact these galleries. All prints are produced by the artist directly from his studio.