Amy Bassin is an artist from New York City who uses photography, moving images, and works on paper, to explore power struggles, survival, and personal history in relation to socio-political current events.  Exhibitions, both national and international, include Drawing Challenge, Jason McCoy Gallery, NY; In Praise of Strong Spines, Tussle Projects, NY; Dream Streams, Governor’s Island, NY; Suffrage and Struggle, Salve Regina University, Newport, Rhode Island; The 1st Feminnale of Contemporary Art at the National Museum of Fine Arts, Kyrgyzstan.

Two of her videos, Speaking In Bootongue and Widow’s Peek: The Kiss of Death, represented the United States in the 2020 year-long international world tour of Time Is Love: Universal Feelings: Myths & Conjunctions, organized by esteemed African curator, Kisito Assangni. Her latest book is the text-based fine arts photography collaboration with writer Mark Blickley, Dream Streams, (Claire Songbirds Publishing House, NY). She is co-founder of the international artists' collective, Urban Dialogues

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