Allison L. Wade (b. 1978, USA) is a multimedia artist whose work is strongly influenced by relationships and problems inherent in contemporary modes of communication. From photographs to paintings to installation, Wade leaves no medium untouched.
She lives and works in New York City and is a Professor of Photography at The Fashion Institute of Technology. She received her MA from The University of New Mexico, and MFA from Cornell University.
Past exhibitions include solo show, It’s Not You, at Rick Wester Art Gallery (New York, NY 2014), Pulse Art Fair Miami, Rick Wester Art Gallery (Miami, FL 2014), Light and Dark Memories, Cinnabar Gallery (San Antonio, TX 2014), Southwestern Biennial, Albuquerque Museum of Art (Albuquerque, NM 2008), Peekskill Project, The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (Peekskill, NY 2008), and New American Talent: 22, Austin Contemporary Museum (Austin, TX 2007).
Over the past two years, her work has been the subject of articles for The Huffington Post, Die Welt, New York Magazine, Madame Le Figaro, and Rebecca Minkoff to name a few. Her paintings can be seen in past issues of Photograph Magazine and ArtForum.