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Amy Lombard is a photographer living and working in Queens, NY.  Originally from Philadelphia, Lombard moved to New York in 2008 to pursue her BFA from the Fashion Institute of Technology where she graduated in 2012. As a documentary photographer, her work largely examines the phenomenons and personalities that make up American culture. Her bold and colorful work has landed her clients from the New York Times, New York Times Magazine, VICE, New York Magazine, Vanity Fair, the New Yorker, WWD, T Magazine, M Le Monde, TIME, WIRED, Bloomberg Businessweek, Refinery29 to Samsung, Facebook, Barneys and Swatch among many others. In 2015, she became one of the recipients of VSCO’s Artist Initiative. Most recently, she was recognized as one of PDN’s 30 new and emerging photographers to watch for 2016.

(also, yes, the fur coat above is faux)

Have a question? Say hello. amy@amylombard.com

 

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EDUCATION

BFA in Photography, Fashion Institute of Technology, May 2012

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS & AUCTIONS

2015        VSCO at Photoville

2013       Five Years, Steinsland Berliner, Stockholm, Sweden

2013        Blog Re-Blog, Signal, Brooklyn, NY

2013        META, Bathaus, Brooklyn, NY

2013        Wish You Were Here, MOPLA Pop-Up Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2013        This Must Be The Place, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY

2012        New Research, The Standard Hotel, Los Angeles, CA

2012        Design on a Dime, Housing Works, New York, NY

2012        Bartholomew, Steinsland Berliner, Stockholm, Sweden

2012        Dust and Scratches, Moscow MoMA, Moscow, Russia

2012        Emerging Artists Auction, Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York, NY

2012        Women in Multimedia: Group Slideshow, Spazio Labo Center of

                Photography, Bologna, Italy,

2011        Rocket Science, No Found Photo Fair, Paris, France

2011        Bartholomew, 12 Mail Gallery, Paris, France

2011        I Like Your Face, Pehrspace, Los Angeles, California

2011        The Collectors Guide to New Art Photography Volume 2 Exhibition

                Chelsea Museum of Art, New York, NY

2011        Milk Underground, Milk Gallery, New York, NY

2010        Please Excuse the Mess, Thread, Los Angeles, CA

2010        Inside/Outside, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY

2010        Fashion Institute of Technology AAS Show, New York, NY

2009        State Museum of Pennsylvania, Art of the State, Harrisburg, PA

2009        Soho Photo Gallery, New York, NY

 

PRESS

2015      Milk: Step Inside Amy Lombard and Danielle Greco’s Scene Queen Bachelorette Pad

2015      ISO 400: Amy Lombard Talks About Bronies and IKEA

2015       Creators Project: The Greasy Glamor of Junk Food and Nail Art

2015       Mossless In Situ: Amy Lombard

2015      STITCH: Interview with Amy Lombard

2015       Business Insider: Photos from inside Lilly Pulitzer headquarters show cartoons mocking the ‘fat, white and hideous’ 

2015       It’s Nice That: Amy Lombard pairs up with a nail artist for a glorious and grotesque series 

2015       LPV Show: Episode 2.10 – Amy Lombard & Sarah Jacobs 

2014       It’s Nice That: Painted Hermit Crabs and Dogs with Dreadlocks. You’re Welcome. 

2014       PhotoWhoa: Amy Lombard’s Flashy Portraits of Unordinary People 

2014       Slate: The Weird and Wonderful World of Animal Shows

2013       Hunger TV: In Focus: Amy Lombard

2013       Here Come the Bronies

2013       My Little Pony Grows Up: Amy Lombard’s Glimpse into Bronycon

2013       CULT conversations: Amy Lombard

2012       Huffington Post: Amy Lombard’s “Happy Inside”: Photographer Takes   on IKEA Showrooms

2012        Line A Journal: No. 10, Amy Lombard

2012        LPV: Happy Inside

2012        CulturePop: Interview With Amy Lombard

2012        Kickstarter Blog: Featured Creator

2012        Multimedia Night: Women in Multimedia curated by Erica McDonald

2011        Esquire Russia: Happy Inside

2011        Flak Photo: The Collectors Guide to New Art Photography, Vol. 2

2010        Mossless Magazine: Interview

 

CREDITS

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