Chris Doyle is a multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, New York. He received his Bachelors degree in Fine Arts from Boston College and his Masters in Architecture from Harvard University. In addition to recent solo exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, and at The Taubman Museum of Art, Chris Doyle’s work has been shown at The Brooklyn Museum of Art, MassMoCA, P.S.1 Museum of Art, The Tang Museum, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Sculpture Center, and as part of the New York Video Festival at Lincoln Center and the Melbourne International Arts Festival. 50,000 Beds, a large-scale, collaborative video installation involving 45 artists, was presented simultaneously by The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, ArtSpace, New Haven, and Real Art Ways, Hartford. His work has been supported by grants from New York Foundation for the Arts, NYSCA, Creative Capital Foundation, and the MAP Fund. His temporary and permanent urban projects include LEAP, presented by Creative Time and Commutable, and commissioned by The Public Art Fund, as well as recent commissions for Culver City, Tampa, Kansas City, and Austin. In 2013, Doyle’s work was featured in the travelling group exhibition, Environmental Impact, originating at Canton Museum of Art, Ohio. In 2014, Doyle received the The Borusan Contemporary Art Collection Prize. Doyle lives and works in Brooklyn and has exhibited with Catharine Clark Galley since 2010.