Amy Bassin seeks to expose the fraught relationship between outward appearance and inner life through photography, moving images, and works on paper. Her background in abstract drawing and painting continues to inform her multi-discipline works.

Solo exhibitions include Governors Island, NYC; Tussle Projects, NYC; Equity Gallery, NYC;  and group exhibitions include Spring/Break NY 2022, Truro Center CastleHill, MA; Jason McCoy Gallery Online, NYC; Lenscratch; and The National Museum of Fine Arts, Kyrgyzstan. Her latest text-based art collaboration with writer Mark Blickley, Dream Streams  was published by Claire Songbirds Publishing House.

Her time-based moving images have been screened in Brooklyn, New York; Copenhagen, Denmark; and the CICA Museum (Czong Institute for Contemporary Art ), South Korea. Other videos represented the United States in the 2020 world tour of Time Is Love;  have been nominated for ‘Best Experimental Film’ at City University of New York 10th Annual Film Festival, and was a semi-finalist at the International Festival of Experimental Video and Film at Bilbao, Spain.

She lives and works in NYC, attended the School of Visual Arts for painting and is co-founder of the international artists' collective, Urban Dialogues.

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