Cambridge, MA, United States
About Cassandra Zampini
Cassandra Zampini is a fine art photographer featured in numerous galleries and publications including The Atlantic, 555 Gallery, Carroll and Sons Art Gallery and Panopticon Gallery, among others. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and her photographs span across urban environments including Boston, New York, and Chicago...so far. "The city, with its geometry and contrast, is the perfect canvas to reveal the humanity alive within it." -Cassandra Zampini
Boston University: English & Philosophy
Meet the Artist, 555 GALLERY, Saturday April 29, 2-5pm.
THE ATLANTIC: Landscapes of American Work: A Photographic Series by Cassandra Zampini https://www.theatlantic.com/projects/landscapes-of-american-work/
February 2016-April 2017: 555 Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
September 2016 - September 2017: Carroll & Sons Art Gallery, SOWA, Boston, Massachusetts
September 2016 – October 2016: Gallery 263, Future Visions, Cambridge, Massachusetts
May-June 2016: JP Arts Council, Projections, Group Show, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
April 2016: Field Projects Gallery, Online Exhibition, New York, New York
February-March 2016: Bromfield Gallery, Trans, Juried Invitational, SOWA, Boston, Massachusetts
January 2016-ongoing: Cambridge Innovation Center, Main Lobby, Kendall Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts
December 2015: Bromfield Gallery, Juried Invitational: Winter Works, Boston, Massachusetts
December 2015: Griffin Museum of Photography, Winter Solstice Show, Group Exhibition, Winchester, Massachusetts
November 2015: Fidelity Investments Art Space: Illusion of Place, Solo Exhibition, World Trade Center, Boston, Massachusetts
November-December 2015: Pearl Street Gallery, Juried Exhibition, Winter Show, Chelsea, Massachusetts
September-November 2015: Panopticon Gallery: Think Small Exhibition, Boston, Massachusetts
The Atlantic, Landscape of American Work, March 2017.
Best of Photography 2016, Serbin Communications, December 2016.
F-Stop Magazine: 75th Issue Wonder-full, Published February 1, 2016.