ABOUT

Hank Hauptmann is a photographer residing in Dorchester, Massachusetts. For the past decade, he has been photographing in the streets and neighborhoods of Boston and its surrounding areas. Hauptmann has attended Bunker Hill Community College and currently serves as director at Robert Klein Gallery. His work has been shown nationally in both solo and group exhibitions, and was recently published in Lapham's Quarterly.  Hauptmann is currently working on an independent publication, and continues to work on photographic projects both at home and abroad.


EXHIBITIONS

2018
-Fay Chandler Emerging Art Exhibition, Boston City Hall, Boston, MA | jury: Paul Ha, Abigail Santinsky, Martina Tanga
-PLACE(HOLDER), Gallery 263, Cambridge, MA | curated by Greer Muldowney
-The Decisive Moment, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, VT | juried by Sam Abell

2017
-STARE, Boston City Hall, Boston, MA | curated by Karen Haas
-From Cambridge to Boston, Buckingham Browne & Nichols School, Cambridge, MA (solo exhibition)

2016
-ART100, Piano Craft Gallery, Boston, MA
-Miami Street Photography Festival, HistoryMiami Museum, ArtBasel, Miami, FL
-Definitely Dorchester, Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Boston, MA | curated by Stephanie Dvareckas

2015
-On Photography, Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA | curated by Stephanie Dvareckas

2014
-Winter Solstice Exhibition, Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA
-Your Work Here 2.0
, Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA
-Carousel V, New Art Center, Newton, MA

2013
-Miami Street Photography Festival, Trendy Studio, Art Basel, Miami, FL
-This Narrow Distance, The Krikorian Gallery, Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, MA | curated by Louie Despres

PUBLICATIONS

-Lapham's Quarterly, Volume X, Number 3 (2017, America Agora Foundation)
-Street Photography 2016, (2017, Acuity Press)
-Carousel V, (2014, Independent)

ARTIST TALKS

2018, Photographic Resource Center, Washington Street Gallery, Somerville, MA
2017, Buckingham, Browne & Nichols School, Cambridge, MA
2016, Emerson College, Boston, MA
2014, Art Institute of Boston, Boston, MA
2013, Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, MA

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