Holly Lynton is a photographer who received a BA from Yale University (1994), and a MFA in Photography from the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College (2000). Lynton's photography has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions in the United States include the solo exhibitions Pioneer Valley
at the Miller Yezerski Gallery in Boston and Bare Handed
at the Dina Mitrani Gallery in Miami and Filter Space in Chicago, as well as group exhibitions in Denver, Boston, New York, and Albuquerque. International exhibitions include Somerset House in London, the Noorderlicht Photography Festival in the Netherlands, and the Cultural Centre Les Chiroux, Belgium. Lynton has been a Visiting Lecturer at Amherst College in Massachusetts and the Aegean Center for the Fine Arts in Paros, Greece, and a Mentor to MFA students at the New Hampshire Institute of the Arts. Her work has been featured in The New Yorker, The Village Voice, The Miami Herald, Photo District News, The New York Times
, The Boston Globe
, Preview Massachusetts
, Oxford American
, Water ~ Stone Review,
. In 2016, Lynton received the Aaron Siskind Individual Photographer’s Fellowship grant. She has also been honored with a Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship (2013), The Syngenta Photography Award (2013), and an Artist Resource Trust Grant (2011). She has been nominated for the Prix Pictet, and was also a finalist for the Maud Morgan Prize, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, (2015) and the St Botolph Distinguished Artist Award, (2015). Lynton’s work is held in private and public collections, and she is represented by the Dina Mitrani Gallery in Miami; the Goodwin Fine Art, in Denver; and the LA Noble Gallery in London.