Frank Multari, born in the Bronx, 1987, is a photographer in New York City. Raised largely in the American South, he returned to New York in 2014 to follow his passion in photography.
His work has been featured in The Independent Photographer, Lens Culture, Street Photography Magazine, Konbini, The Real Deal, Rental Magazine, and elsewhere. Past clients include Mac Group and AT&T.
In 2017, he became a member of the NYC Street Photography Collective, a non-profit dedicated to creating and sharing the art of capturing life in public spaces.
Tokyo Street Photography Festival, Terranova House, Tokyo, Japan, 2023
When the Light is Gone, Ground Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2019
Group show, Viaggi Fotografici Minimi, Macerata, Italy 2018
Eyes on New York, Photoville NYC, Brooklyn, NY 2018
NYC-SPC Show, SoHo Photo Gallery, New York, NY 2018
Grand Salon Show, Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2017
The Future, Armstead Exchange, Brooklyn, NY, 2016
Photography Takes Over, Upstream Gallery, Hastings, NY, 2015