Lynn Bianchi "Women with Umbrellas"
Lynn Bianchi "Women with Umbrellas " 1999
Silver Gelatin Photographic Print, Bathed in Gold
Dimensions: 16 × 20in (Limited Edition of 12), 20 x 24in (Limited Edition of 5).
Signed on Verso, includes gallery label and certificate of authenticity.
Lynn Bianchi is a New York City-based, fine art photographer and multimedia artist. She has shown work in over thirty solo exhibitions and in museums worldwide, including the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Japan; the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland; Musée Ken Damy, Brescia, Italy; 21c Museum, Louisville, Kentucky and the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, Canada. Her photographic art has been featured in over forty publications, including The Huffington Post and the Encyclopedia of Food and Culture in the U.S., Vogue Italia, Zoom in Italy, Phot’Art International in France, and GEO in Germany. Bianchi’s work resides in numerous private collections across the globe as well as in museum collections including The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas; the Brooklyn Museum, New York and the Biblioteque Nationale de France, Paris. She recently exhibited in New York City at the Armory Show at Salomon Arts Gallery, in a two-person show at One Art Space, in a two-person exhibition at Shchukin Gallery, and has been featured in a number of group shows at The Untitled Space, including "Body Beautiful", "She Inspires", and "In The Raw: The Female Gaze On The Nude".
Lynn Bianchi’s work is suspended between Henri Cartier-Bresson’s idea that to photograph is “to hold one’s breath with all faculties converged in an effort to capture fleeting reality and the belief that flowing processes that transcend reality cannot be entirely captured by static images.” Through her multimedia approach, she captures the natural world illustrating our motivations and emotions, looking for the precise moment when mastering a static or moving image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy. The perpetual movements of an ocean, or the endless variations of a skyscape, reflect in Bianchi’s work our shifting internal gestures and motions – in a constant movement from still to moving images where the eternal is reconciled with the quotidian.
Learn more about her artwork and exhibitions on our website.