b. 1996, she/they
Frances Bukovsky is a fine art documentary photographer whose work explores where identity, physical body, and external relationships intersect, emphasizing their experience as a chronically ill, disabled, and queer person.They received a BFA with Honors in Photography and Imaging from Ringling College of Art and Design in 2018.
Bukovsky's work has been shown in exhibitions such as Six Feet: Boundaries, Belonging, Becoming in Asheville, NC, Of Family in Tarrytown, NY, and Pride in NYC. They have been included in group publications such as Soft Lightning Studio Vol. 1 (collected by Virginia Museum of Fine Arts) and Vol. 2, and Witness published by Efrem Zelony-Mindell (collected by the Museum of Modern Art). Their debut monograph, Vessel, was published by Fifth Wheel Press in 2020.
Bukovsky is a founding member of Life at Six Feet, a collaborative artist-led photography project fostering community with photographers across the world during Covid-19. They have facillitated artist talks, panels, and practice groups around themes of self portraiture, boundaries, and queerness within the Six Feet community.
Outside of photography, Bukovsky is a freelance video editor and aspiring gardener.
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