Melanie Flood Projects (MFP) is a hybrid commercial gallery and artist-run project space. Artist Melanie Flood founded the gallery in 2008 in her Brooklyn apartment, focusing on contemporary photography by emerging artists. In 2014, Flood moved MFP across the country to a historic building in downtown Portland, simultaneously expanding the program beyond lens-based works. MFP has recently produced exhibitions by Clifford Prince King, Pacifico Silano and Ido Radon. MFP represents Maria Antelman, Amy Bay, Sari Carel, Martha Daghlian and Rose Dickson.




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