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Janelle Lynch is a large format photographer whose work has been born out of time spent in the landscapes of the United States, Spain and Mexico.
She often uses the landscape as a metaphor for aspects of our relationships with each other and nature, exploring ideas such as presence/absence, memory, disconnection/need for connection, love. Her pictures encourage us to look more deeply and consider what meaning may lie beneath the surface.
Lynch is currently based in New York City and teaches at the International Center of Photography. Her work is collected and exhibited internationally and has been the subject of three monographs. It was recently announced that Janelle Lynch has been selected for the Prix Pictet 2019 shortlist.
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The Anderman Photography Lecture Series presents talks by the preeminent creators and thinkers in photography today. Sponsored by the DAM Photography Department. Series funding is generously provided by Evan and Elizabeth Anderman.
Image: Janelle Lynch, Red Berries, from Another Way of Looking at Love, 2016. Archival pigment print. Courtesy the artist ©Janelle Lynch