Photographer, illustrator, painter
Zoë Lintzeris is a visual artist specializing in photography and painting.Based on her previous journalistic career, her work explores the human condition and the emotional psyche within urbanism and rural environments throughout the world.
Noted for her visual storytelling, her imagery focuses on love, loss, and resistance through a monochrome lens. Her work has been showcased on feature shoot, Silk Road Review: A Literary Crossroads, The Stuttering Foundation, and more. She has worked with 500px, and regularly collaborates with a variety of artists and creative entrepreneurs, including working on documentary films as a still photographer.
In 2019, she premiered her third conceptual-documentary photo project, "The Maskyoulinity Project", at 56 Ludlow, which marked her first solo show in New York City. Her pieces reside in private collections, and have been exhibited in group installations at Clover’s Fine Art Gallery, Point Green Studios, ArtHelix Gallery, 100 Bogart, Greenpoint Gallery, 222 Bowery, and more.She creates and resides in Brooklyn, and is an active member of the Freelancers Union and supporter of Americans for the Arts.