Amy Bassin is an artist from New York City whose works seek to raise awareness about social injustice against women, children and a free press. Exhibition credits include,  Photo Not Photo,  curated by Michael David, Truro Center for the Arts at Castlehill; Drawing Challenge, Jason McCoy Gallery, NY; In Praise of Strong Spines, Tussle Projects; Dream Streams,  Governor’s Island, NY; Suffrage and Struggle at Salve Regina University; The 1st Feminnale of Contemporary Art at the National Museum of Fine Arts, Kyrgyzstan; the annual Art Book Fair in Antwerp, Belgium;  Bronx Art Space, NY and the Ray Gallery, NY. Her work has been published in WordPower: Language as Medium  (London), The Columbia Journal of Literature and ArtThe Penn Review, as well as in the New York independent presses Great Weather For Media Press, Three Rooms Press annual international Dada anthologies, Maintenant (Issues 9-13), Mad Gleam Press and her text-based art collaboration with writer Mark Blickley, Dream Streams, was published by Clair Songbirds Publishing House. Her videos will represent the United States in the 2020 year-long world tour of Ti me Is Love and toured internationally as part of the Seattle based Exquisite Corpse film, The Space Between Cities.  She is a recent residency recipient at Vermont Studio Center and co-founder of the international artists' collective, Urban Dialogues, which participated in a residency and exhibition, in Lisbon, Portugal, and Belgium.

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