Eurythmics in NYC 1984 by Lynn Goldsmith

Lynn Goldsmith: Streets of New York
On April 16th, 2015, we are proud to present an exhibition of famed photographer Lynn Goldsmith’s work. This exhibition will focus on images of artists that Goldsmith photographed in New York City. This show will run from April 16th until May 5th, 2015.

The opening reception for this exhibit will be Thursday, April 16th, 2015 from 7-9pm at our SoHo, NYC gallery (116 Prince Street on the 2nd Floor).

Please contact our SoHo, NYC gallery for more information regarding this exhibit, and purchasing prints.  Details can be found here

Lynn’s multi award–winning work has appeared on and between the covers of Life, Newsweek, Time, Rolling Stone, Interview, People, Sports Illustrated, and many other magazines as well as ten books and hundreds of groundbreaking album covers including Patti Smith’s “Easter” and Frank Zappa’s “Sheik Yerbouti.” She has written songs with artists such as Sting, Steve Winwood, and Todd Rundgren.
In the 1970s she was a director for Joshua Television, ABC’s In Concert, and one of the first directors of the film promotion for musical artists, Grand Funk Railroad’s “We’re an American Band.” Lynn was the youngest member ever to be inducted into the Director’s Guild of America. She has won numerous awards for her videos as optic music artist Will Powers.
As a fine art photographer, her work is in numerous museums, she’s shown in galleries world wide and is currently working with her photography in conjunction with mix media painting. Lynn considers her work to be about breaking limiting thought patterns. An important inspiration in her career was an image made by Judy Dater of legendary photographer Imogen Cunningham with the model Twinka. The eighty-three year old photographer was coming out from behind a tree to photograph the nude, young, beautiful girl. Lynn identified with Ms. Cunningham, hoping that she too would still be a creating art until her last breath.