Mark Sink
Director
Gallery Sink Consulting, Denver, CO, USA
http://www.gallerysink.com/, www.mopdenver.com, www.redlineart.org

Mark Sink is a private art consultant and photographer. He represents and curates local and international cutting-edge fine art photographers. Mark serves on the Exhibition Selection Committee for Redline, a downtown city block of new gallery and multimedia studio work and exhibition spaces that is granted to selected emerging and mid-career artists. Mr. Sink is founder and director of MoP (Month of Photography) in Denver, Colorado, where he coordinates over one hundred eighty regional galleries, museums and art spaces biannually to celebrate photography.

The Big Picture, a noteworthy project within MoP, is an international street art exchange that promotes wheat pasting photography in public areas as well as gallery spaces in over fifty cities world wide.

Mr. Sink is also an internationally recognized photographer who, for most of the 1980s, was friends, worked for and documented Andy Warhol and the Factory. Upon returning to Denver in 1991, Mr. Sink co-founded the Museum of Contemporary Art / Denver and opened his own gallery space, Gallery Sink. Gallery Sink is now consulting and Mark is independently curating a wide range of emerging talent, many of which were found through the FotoFest Meeting Place, SPE and Photolucida. Mr. Sink provided them placement with various galleries and museum exhibitions.

Mr. Sink is always looking for unique talent for his many ongoing curatorial exhibitions, projects and collection placements. Directly from FotoFest 2012 Meeting Place, Mark exhibited work in the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver and RedLine placed many pieces into private and public collections.  He is looking for completed bodies of work that are conceptually strong and are ready for exhibition at galleries and museums.