Amy Bassin is an artist who uses photography, video, moving images, artist books, sculptural decollage, and works-on-paper to explore power struggles, survival, and personal/public transformations often in relation to socio-political current events.

Her work has been widely published, exhibited and screened both in the United States and abroad.  Exhibitions include Equity Gallery, NYC, Lenscratch, Truro Center CastleHill, MA;, Jason McCoy Gallery Online, NYC; Tussle Projects, NYC;  Governors Island, NYC; The National Museum of Fine Arts,Kyrgyzstan, Photo Center Northwest, and Strange Collective.  Her latest  text-based art collaboration with writer Mark Blickley, Dream Streams was published by Claire Songbirds Publishing House.

Her most recent moving images video will be screened at the CICA Museum, South Korea, in July 2022.  Other videos represented the United States in a 2020 world tour,Time Is Love: Universal Feelings: Myths & Conjunctions, were nominated for ‘Best Experimental Film’ at City University of New York 10th Annual Film Festival, and won semi-finalist status at The International Festival of Experimental Video and Film, Bilbao, Spain.

She attend the School of Visual Arts for painting, is co-founder of the international artists' collective, Urban Dialogues and lives in NYC with her partner and  Frie, (pronounced free,) her new puppy. 

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