BIO

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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