Lynn Goldsmith, ‘Andy Warhol Mick Jagger ’, 1977, Photography, Archival Digital Print, Mouche Gallery
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Lynn Goldsmith

Andy Warhol Mick Jagger , 1977

Archival Digital Print
16 × 20 in
40.6 × 50.8 cm
Edition of 20
.
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Location
Beverly Hills
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Numbered and Hand Signed by Lynn Goldsmith
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© Lynn Goldsmith
Lynn Goldsmith
b. 1948
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Lynn Goldsmith's imagery is in numerous collections: The Smithsonian, The Polaroid Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Photography, and the permanent collection of Museum Folkwang. She is a multi-awarded portrait photographer whose work has appeared on and between the covers of Life, Newsweek, Time, Rolling Stone, People, Elle, The New Yorker, etc. Her subjects have varied from entertainment personalities to sports stars, from film directors to authors, from the extra-ordinary to the ordinary man on the street. Her forty years of photography have not only been an investigation into the nature of the human spirit, but also into the natural wonders of our planet.

Twelve books of her photography have been published. She has been on The New York Times Best Seller list as well as won two Art Direction awards for them. Lynn's professional achievements are in no way limited to the world of photography. She is the youngest member ever to be accepted into the DGA (Director's Guild of America). In 1971, she was the director of Joshua Television, the first company to do video magnification for rock groups entertaining at large venues. In 1973, Lynn directed "We're An American Band", the first music documentary to be released as a theatrical short. In the mid-seventies, Lynn stopped directing to concentrate fully on photography. She has been a consistent contributor to the highly acclaimed series of Day in the Life of books series, as well as many other photography collections.

By the early 80's Lynn departed from the worlds of both photography and film, to become the first 'optic-music' artist. Lynn's written songs with recording artists Sting, Steve Winwood, Todd Rundgren, and Nile Rodgers. Her debut album won critical acclaim.
The wide range of Lynn's talents, skills and achievements are products of a belief she holds constant: Creativity is based on breaking limiting though patterns, thus making anything possible.

Lynn Goldsmith, ‘Andy Warhol Mick Jagger ’, 1977, Photography, Archival Digital Print, Mouche Gallery
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Medium
Signature
Numbered and Hand Signed by Lynn Goldsmith
Image rights
© Lynn Goldsmith
Lynn Goldsmith
b. 1948
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Lynn Goldsmith's imagery is in numerous collections: The Smithsonian, The Polaroid Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Photography, and the permanent collection of Museum Folkwang. She is a multi-awarded portrait photographer whose work has appeared on and between the covers of Life, Newsweek, Time, Rolling Stone, People, Elle, The New Yorker, etc. Her subjects have varied from entertainment personalities to sports stars, from film directors to authors, from the extra-ordinary to the ordinary man on the street. Her forty years of photography have not only been an investigation into the nature of the human spirit, but also into the natural wonders of our planet.

Twelve books of her photography have been published. She has been on The New York Times Best Seller list as well as won two Art Direction awards for them. Lynn's professional achievements are in no way limited to the world of photography. She is the youngest member ever to be accepted into the DGA (Director's Guild of America). In 1971, she was the director of Joshua Television, the first company to do video magnification for rock groups entertaining at large venues. In 1973, Lynn directed "We're An American Band", the first music documentary to be released as a theatrical short. In the mid-seventies, Lynn stopped directing to concentrate fully on photography. She has been a consistent contributor to the highly acclaimed series of Day in the Life of books series, as well as many other photography collections.

By the early 80's Lynn departed from the worlds of both photography and film, to become the first 'optic-music' artist. Lynn's written songs with recording artists Sting, Steve Winwood, Todd Rundgren, and Nile Rodgers. Her debut album won critical acclaim.
The wide range of Lynn's talents, skills and achievements are products of a belief she holds constant: Creativity is based on breaking limiting though patterns, thus making anything possible.

Lynn Goldsmith

Andy Warhol Mick Jagger , 1977

Archival Digital Print
16 × 20 in
40.6 × 50.8 cm
Edition of 20
.
Contact For Price
Location
Beverly Hills
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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