Kieran Bammann is a female artist who intertwines psychology and visual experiences through mixed mediums of photographs and poetry shooting mainly analog 35mm and 120mm. Her art works to understand human beings and their relationship with their surroundings and the fluidity of times constant passing. Moody, poetic, intimate, and often mundane. She chooses dated subject matter to document true and realistic lifestyles of communes and retreats; often involving research and lengthy stays capturing a visual experience.

B received her Bachelors in Fine Arts and Associates in Photography at The Fashion Institute of Technology, where she minored in the History of Art and Classic Era to Contemporary films. Continuing her education she took an intensive Yoga Training course in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee as well as a year long study of Holistic Nutrition reflecting in her work, which often stems from the roots of balance and imbalance within humans.


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Jun. 2019 - Kalamari Klub Heidelberg, Germany — Maybe. Mag Issue No. 1 “BELONG”

Jun. 2018 - Long Island Press, Suffolk, NY — “Meredith Gill: Long Island’s Newest Breakout Fashion Designer”


May 2018 - Bushwick Community Darkroom, Brooklyn, NY — "Familiar Places"



Aug. 2019 - Vermont Center for Photography, Brattleboro, VT —“Seeing Our Community: Visions of Vermonts Windham County” ‘Vermont Untitled Vol. 1’

May 2018 - Fashion Institute of Technology, Manhattan, NY — "Untitled Folder" HOME FREE HOME duplicate series and Installation

Dec. 2017 - Innside NY Hotel, Manhattan, NY — 'Monica' photograph

2016 - Fashion Institute of Technology, Manhattan, NY — "Infinite Scroll"

2013 - Long Island Media Arts Show

2013 - Parrish Art Museum, East Hampton, NY