Regina Frank has exhibited her work in Europe, the US and Asia, including the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, the Serpentine Gallery in London, the MOCA in Los Angeles, the Cultural Olympics in Atlanta, the Spiral Wacoal Art Center in Tokyo, the Museum of Modern Art in Sapporo, the San Diego Museum of Art, Chienku University of Technology in China, Expo 2000 and UNESCO in Paris. In 2017, she developed Slowdown Runway for the London Artfair with Brian Eno and Beezy Bailey. Her most recent project, iLAND, was exhibited at MAAT (Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology) in Lisbon, the Kunsthalle Hannover, TheNewArtFest18, Websummit 2018, Tracey Emin’s project in the VIP lounge at Frieze Artfair London and TheNewArtFest MUNHAC (Natural History Museum), Lisbon, BioArt 2018, Seoul Korea and and iLAND SilentScience in the Pavilhão do Conhecimento in Lisbon. Regina Frank’s work, which combines text, technology, and textile, has been featured since the early 1990s in several history books, art magazines, newspapers, as well as in Vogue, Harpers, Parade, and Cosmopolitan, in Sculpture Magazine and AvantArt, FAZ Frankfurther Allgemeine Zeitung, YALE UNIVERSITY RADIO, FRESH ART INTERNATIONAL and the OBSERVADOR. Her work is in numerous private and museum collections, such as San Diego Museum of Art and the Deutsche Bank Collection.