John Kramer

John Kramer’s most recent exhibit was “Interesting and Dull Shapes,” at the Art Institute of Boston at University Hall (now Lesley University). Previous work has featured digital photography (solo show at HallSpace Gallery in Boston), monotypes (HallSpace, DNA Gallery in Provincetown, and a traveling exhibition called “Adversary”), video (film/video festivals in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco), a post-it note installation (ICA/Boston), and an outdoor performance by dogs. He currently runs his own graphic design business, John Kramer Design, and has worked extensively for nonprofit and academic clients. His art and design backgrounds overlap with his interest in the performing arts, for which he has done sets, props, and costumes. Until recently he taught in Lesley University’s MFA in Visual Arts and BFA graphic design programs. http://johnkramerdesign.biz/


John Kramer

    MULTIPLICITY & ABUNDANCE: A MICRO INTERVIEW WITH JOHN KRAMER by Elaine Sexton Elaine Sexton: Your photographs, what you call “investigations,” were first exhibited at the Art Institute of Boston with the curious title, “Interesting & Dull Shapes,” all taken in the historic Forest Hills Cemetery, founded in 1848, […]