Education

2000.     Bard College, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Annandale, NY. MFA
1994.     Yale University, New Haven, CT. BA 

Solo Exhibitions

2017.     Goodwin Fine Art, Denver CO. “The Birds”
2016.     Filter Space, Chicago,IL. “Bare Handed”
2015.     Dina Mitrani Gallery, Miami, FL. “Bare Handed”
2014.     Miller Yezerski Gallery, Boston, MA. “Pioneer Valley”
2011.     Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, Miami, FL. “Fleeced”
2010.     Hampden Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. “Holly Lynton, selections from Solid Ground and Bare Handed”
2009.     Yale University, Office of the Provost, New Haven, CT. “Bare Handed”
2008.     Galerie Schuster, Berlin, Germany. “Holly Lynton”
2006.     Jen Bekman Gallery, New York, NY. “Solid Ground”
2005.     Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ. “Orange Tickle (video installation)”
2004.     Mixed Greens, New York, NY. “Mean Ceiling”
2000.     Kathryn Markel Fine Art, New York, NY. “In Between,” curated by Stephanie Theodore,

Awards and Fellowships

2019.     Yale University, Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition Postdoctoral Fellowship
2016.     Aaron Siskind Individual Photographer’s Fellowship Award
2015.     St Botolph Club Foundation Distinguished Artist Award, Finalist
2015.     Maud Morgan Prize, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Finalist
2013.     Massachusetts Cultural Council, Artist Fellowship Award
2013.     Prix Pictet Photography Prize, Nominee
2013.     Syngenta Photography Award, First Prize
2012.     Prix Pictet Photography Prize, Nominee
2011.     Artist Resource Trust Grant, Massachusetts
2011.     SOS Guilds Artist Grant, New York
2010.     Daylight Magazine Photo Awards, Honorable Mention

Teaching and Residencies

2014.     New Hampshire Institute of the Arts, MFA Mentor
2014.     Contemporary Collectors Circle, University Museum of Contemporary Art at the University of Massachusetts, Board Member
2011.     Amherst College, Visiting Lecturer
2006.     Creative Capital & Aljira Emerge residency program, Newark, NJ
2005.     New School, summer program, Artist Mentor and Lecturer

Collections

Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
Girl’s Club Collection, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Progressive Collection, Mayfield Village, OH
Fidelity Collection, Boston, MA
Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018.    London, UK. “We Feed the World” 
2017.    Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, MA. “Animal as Metaphor”
2017.    Aperture Gallery, New York, NY. “On Freedom”
2016.    Photo London, London, UK. “FIX”
2016.    Station Independent Gallery, New York, NY. “Photo Finish”
2015.    David Weinberg Gallery, Chicago, IL. “Field Study”
2015.    Goodwin Fine Art, Denver, CO. “The Natural Order of Things”
2015.    516 Arts, Albuquerque, NM. “Fraction of a Second”
2015.    Miller Yezerski Gallery, Boston, MA “Wilderness”
2014.    Cultural Centre Les Chiroux, Liège, Belgium. “Manger un Mur—des Affiches Nourrissantes pour un Monde Indigeste (Eating a Wall – Nourishing Images for an Indigestible                    World)”
2014.    New Art Center, Newtonville, MA. “Massachusetts Cultural Council Photography Awards Exhibition”
2013.    Somerset House, London, England. “Syngenta Photography Awards Exhibition”
2013.    Noorderlicht International Photo Festival, Groningen, Netherlands. “20/20”
2012.    Panoptican Gallery, Boston, MA. “What's in a Face”
2011.    Jennifer Schwartz Gallery, Atlanta, GA. “Outlands: Land Over Time”
2011.    Amherst College, Amherst, MA. “Faculty Exhibition”
2011.    Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, Miami, FL. “Greenhouse”
2011.    Wave Hill Gallery, New York, NY. “Hive Culture: Captivated by the Honeybee”
2011.    Flash Forward Festival Exhibition, Boston, MA, curated by Paula Tognarelli, Griffin Museum of Photography. “Fresh Work”
2011.    Wall Space Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA, & Seattle, WA. “New Directions”
2011.    Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, University of Nevada, Reno, NV. “Myself”
2010.    Storefront Artists Project, Pittsfield, MA, curated by Susan Cross, Mass MoCA. “Cultural Corridor”
2010.    Islip Museum, Long Island, NY. “All in the Family”
2008.    Bronx River Art Center, NY, NY. “Surprisingly Natural”
2007.    Contemporary Art Projects, London, UK. “Complete Control”
2007.    Aljira, Newark, NJ. “Emerge 8”
2007.    Tastes Like Chicken Art Space, NY, NY. “And One Pill Makes You Small”
2007.    General Electric world headquarters, Fairfield, CT. “Material Witness”
2007.    516 Arts, Albuquerque, NM. “Eye to I”
2006.    Gallery W52, New York, NY. “Temporal Pause”
2006.    Rocket Projects, Miami, Florida. “The Social Body”
2006.    Jen Bekman Gallery, New York, NY. “Meditations in an Emergency”
2005.    Ambrosino Gallery, Miami, Florida. “Then I Woke Up, and It Was Still There”
2004.    Mixed Greens Gallery, New York, NY. “Ice Cream Social”
2004.    Zoller Gallery, Penn State University, PA. “Better Homes and Gardens”
2004.    Wooster Projects, New York, NY. “That Summertime Feeling”
2004.    Mixed Greens Gallery, New York, NY. “Supranatural”
2002.    School House Gallery, Croton Falls, NY. “Field Trip”
2002.    ABC NoRio, New York, NY. “The Ides of March”
2001.    Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY. “Heat”
2001.    Benefit exhibition, Museum of New Art, Detroit, MI
2000.    Meat Market Art Fair, New York, NY
2000.    Bard College, Red Hook, NY. “Foci: Points of Convergence”
2000.    Benefit exhibition, White Columns, New York, NY
1999.    Lennon, Weinberg Gallery, New York, NY. “Photographs by Painters, Photographers,    Sculptors”
1999.    The Warehouse, Exit Art, New York, NY
1997.    Kingsgate Gallery, London. “Body Parts”
1997.    Platinum Gallery, New York, NY. “Everything Cool"

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