Bryce Lankard

Bryce Lankard’s career has been immersed in photography from nearly every angle. He has been an art director, curator, educator, creative director, arts administrator, designer, and editor. An acclaimed editorial, documentary and fine art photographer, his work has been published internationally in countless magazines and he has exhibited in galleries and museums around the globe alongside such luminaries as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Andres Serrano, Bruce Davidson and Robert Frank. In 2018 his work was in “Across County Lines; Contemporary Photography from the Piedmont” at the Nasher Museum. “Drawn to Water” has been exhibited at Flanders Gallery in Raleigh, NC, at the South East Center for Photography in Greenville, SC and selections from the project have appeared in other exhibitions, including “Water, Water” at the Walter Anderson Museum, in Ocean Springs, Miss. His most recent exhibition is a 35 year retrospective “Dead Reckoning” at The Light Factory in Charlotte, NC.

A native of North Carolina and UNC alumnus, he has spent significant time in New Orleans and New York City. In 1995 he was a co-founder of Tribe Magazine in New Orleans and served as Creative Director for the celebrated publication. He went on to work for 9 years in New York City and has photographed for publications ranging from the New York Times Magazine and Newsweek to High Times and the Village Voice. In late 2006, following Hurricane Katrina, he returned to New Orleans and co-founded the

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