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Lacey Lennon

Lacey Lennon is an artist working in photography, video and performance. In 2018, Lennon earned an MFA from the Yale School of Art Photography program, where she was awarded the H. Lee Hirsche Dean’s Merit Prize (2018), the Alice Kimball English Traveling Fellowship (2017), and the A-Z West Residency (2017). Selections of her work have been written about for Artforum, and shown nationally and internationally in exhibitions at David Zwirner New York, and at the Museum of Contemporary Photography Chicago in “Go Down Moses” an exhibition and book curated by Teju Cole. Lennon has given artist lectures at Princeton University, Parsons School for Design, and Pratt Institute. She has taught at the Yale Norfolk School of Art and is currently an Assistant Professor of Art in the Photography department at California State University, Long Beach, and lives in Mid-City, Los Angeles.

On view November 6 – December 20, 2020: 
edenchrome for all
Ashes to Ashes Gallery, New York