Lindsay Bottos is a Baltimore- based multidisciplinary artist working mostly in film photography, video, and poetry. Lindsay works as a freelance photographer, prop stylist, and creative director on photo and video sets, known for her dreamy and nostalgic aesthetic. Personal experience is the driving force behind her fine art work; especially experiences with intimacy, interpersonal relationships, and often the ways that those experiences are affected by the current digital and social media age. In addition to a variety of publications including Glamour and Seventeen, Lindsay’s work has also been in galleries internationally, as well as features in various news sources, including Good Morning America, Huffington Post, and the Baltimore Sun.



-POSTPONED DUE to COVID, DATE TBA- New Works: Video Art & Performance, Red Room, Baltimore, MD

-Evoking the Senses, Transformer, Washington, DC 
-The Necessity of Tomorrow: Virtual Salon Show, BMA + Current Space, Baltimore, MD (Link to my pieces in the show)

-New Works: Video Art & Performance, Red Room, Baltimore, MD
-Reflect: A Show by RAW, Soundstage, Baltimore MD
-Womens Work, Full Circle Gallery, Baltimore, MD

-Sweet Sweat : a Solo Show at Current Space, Baltimore, MD
-Ratscape:  Visuals for Wume, Baltimore, MD
-Mudered Word, EMP Collective, Baltimore, MD

-Platonic Intimacy, Babycastles, NYC
-Forge Art Magazine Poetry Festival, Secret Project Robot, NYC
-Providencia, Hands On Art and Substation Gallery, Brisbane, AUS

-Selected Moments : Solo Show and Book Release, Part of Alloverstreet at the Copycat, Baltimore, MD
-Myself In Objects National Portrait Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland
-New Works: Video Art & Performance, Red Room, Baltimore, MD

-Gutsy ,Gallery CA, Baltimore, MD

-Social Media, A Space, Commerce, TX
-By Women, For Everyone
, Sager Braudis Gallery, Columbia, MO
-Watchmen: Surveillance and the Flaneur, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA
-Gender/Power/Space, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR

-Object or Window, D-Center, Baltimore, MD
-Mind's Eye, Full Circle Gallery, Baltimore, MD
-I Don’t Really Miss You, Alchemy of Art, Baltimore, MD


BA in Photography with a Minor in Gender Studies and a Concentration in Book Arts,
Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), 2010-2014

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