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Brenda Biondo


Brenda Biondo

Brenda Biondo is an American artist who uses traditional camera techniques and a formalist aesthetic to explore the perception of high-altitude light and color and their role in the construct of landscape. Her work emphasizes the use of unconventional contexts to create new ways of looking at common subjects, while challenging viewers' perception of color and three-dimensional space. Strongly influenced by the Light and Space movement's emphasis on light as subject, her photographs’ formal aesthetic qualities are influenced by the broad history of modern painting, especially that of minimalism, color field and hard-edge abstraction.

Biondo's work has been exhibited throughout the country and published in numerous publications, including The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. Her photographs are held in the permanent collections of the Library of Congress, the Museum of Photographic Arts, the Denver Art Museum, the Center for Creative Photography and the San Diego Museum of Art. A native New Yorker, she’s been a resident of Colorado since 1999 and currently divides her time between Manitou Springs, CO and Marfa, TX

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