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Guide to the Janelle Lynch Photographs
 PR 344

New-York Historical Society
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Collection processed by Larry Weimer

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Biographical/Historical Note

Janelle Lynch (b. 1969) is an American large-format landscape photographer. Lynch’s photographs form part of public and private collections worldwide, including, among others, New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. She has exhibited internationally and her work has been written about and published in international periodicals and journals. She is a faculty member at the International Center of Photography and an occasional contributor to Afterimage, The Photo Review, and photo-eye. In 1999, Lynch received an MFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts, where she studied with Stephen Shore and Joel Sternfeld. In 2003, she completed the Master Class in Photography, a one-on-one tutorial, with Shore at Bard College. Since 2015 she has been studying drawing and painting at The New York Studio School with Graham Nickson.

(The above note was abstracted from Lynch's biographical note on her website at: