Zack Boehler (he/him/his) joined the Albright-Knox in 2017 as Public Art Project Coordinator. In this capacity, he has worked with the Curator of Public Art to broaden the scope of the initiative to include internationally recognized muralists and artists including Jun Kaneko, Logan Hicks, Felipe Pantone, Bunnie Reiss, and Tavar Zawacki. Since the closure of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s main campus for a large-scale expansion project, Boehler has worked closely with museum staff to help realize exhibitions inside the AK Northland satellite space including Swoon: Seven Contemplations.
Boehler received his Bachelor of Sciences and Master of Sciences degree from the State University of New York College at Buffalo in Art Education. He has held previous positions at The Ashford Hollow Foundation, Griffis Sculpture Park, and Big Orbit Gallery’s Soundlab. During his graduate work, Boehler was selected as a SUNY Fellow and maintains a studio practice.