Grand Central Revealed
Public Art Lightbox Installation


“Women in Motion” a panel discussion in conjunction with ‘Vivian Maier: Unseen Work”, Fotografiska, New York City, June 4, 2024
“Elevated”, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York City, April 4 – May 18, 2024
“Solitude in Populous Cities,” Maloof Gallery, Atlanta, March 12 – April 20, 2024 

“The Boundary Times Between Night and Day”, Liaigre, New York, NY, June – October 2023 

“Dark Cities”, Alessia Paladini Gallery, Milan, Italy, January 27 – March 26, 2022
“Dark City” – Lynn Saville, University of Central Missouri, January 10 – February 3, 2022

“The City and Solitude”, Through the Lens Gallery, Durham, North Carolina, October 18 – November 11

Grand Central Terminal, MTA Arts for Transit Lightbox Exhibition, NYC “Grand Central Revealed” opens in Spring 2017 and continues for approximately 3 years 
Hodges Taylor Art Consultancy, Charlotte, NC Nov 3, 2017 – January 31, 2018 “Dark City: Urban America at Night” 
Griffin Museum’s Atelier Gallery at Stoneham Theatre, Boston, MA “Dark City” Feb 7 – Apr 9th, 2017 Opening and artists talk March 21st & Workshop March 22nd

Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris, France, “Dark City” September 14 – October 30th, 2016 
Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, Tampa, FL, October – December 
Montgomery Museum of Art, Montgomery, AL, “Dark City: Urban America at Night”, July 14th – September 25 curated by Michael Panhorst 
Gallery Kayafas, Boston, MA, “NEW YORK PHOTOGRAPHS”, January 22 – February 27th with a book signing February 5th.

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, “Dark City, A retrospective Photographic Exhibition”, August – October curated by Stephen Hilger 
Schneider Gallery, Chicago, IL “Dark City”, October – December, curated by Martha Schneider 
Florida School of the Arts, Palatka, FL, “Dark City”, August – October

Cleveland Warehouse

The University of Maine Museum of Art, Bangor, Maine 
Schneider Gallery, Chicago, January – March 2014 

Gallery Kayafas, Boston, “Vacancy”, Feb 22 – March 30, 2013 

Schneider Gallery, Chicago, “Solo Exhibition”, January 7 – March 1 

Zoe Bingham Fine Art, London, “Night/Shift”, December 2010 

Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York, NY, “Night/Shift”, July  
Kayafas Gallery, Boston, MA, “Night/Shift”, July 

Stephen A. Austin State University, TX, “Night/Shift”
Montgomery Museum of Art, Alabama, “Night/Shift”.  
Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, NC 

Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC, “Lynn Saville: Night Vision”, Feb – July 
Pensacola Art Museum Pensacola Florida, July – October  
Hiram College, Hiram, OH, Nov – December

New York City MTA, Arts for Transit (Public Installation), “42nd Street Nocturne”, – 7 Large Light boxes in 42nd Street Bryant Park subway station. 
Duke University, President’s Gallery, “Lynn Saville: The Color of Night”

Duke University, “Night Vision: Photographs of William Gedney & Lynn Saville” 
Kathleen Ewing Gallery, Washington, D.C., “Paris: Night’s Edge”

The Photographers’ Gallery, London

Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York City

Dark City [Book]

Brooklyn Public Library, New York

Hiram College, Frohring Art Center, Hiram, Ohio

Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris

The Photographers’ Gallery, London 
Federazione International Artistici Fotografia, Turin, Italy

Gente di Fotografia, Palermo, Italy

Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York 
Jackson Fine Art Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia 
John Cleary Gallery, Houston, Texas

New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, New York

Columbia University School of Architecture 
University of California, Berkeley, CA


Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA 
Photonica Gallery, New York

Photo-four Gallery, South Suburban College, Chicago

42nd St. Nocturne in NYC Subway

Mincher-Wilcox Gallery, San Francisco, CA 
Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY

University of Texas at Dallas, Texas


MIART Milan International Art Fair, Alessia Paladini Booth, April, 2023
Coco Conroy Selects 2023 Atlanta Photography Group Gallery, November – December 8, 2023
“The Summer Show!”, Alessia Paladini Gallery, Milan, IT, June 29-September 15
“Breaking More Boundaries”, Culture Lab LIC, 5-25 46th Avenue Long Island City, Queens, NY, June 1-July 30
“Landscape Re-Imagined”, Photo London Art Fair, Alessia Paladini Gallery, Somerset House, London, UK, May 10 – 14 2023
“Under the Mask”, Curated by Lisa Volpe, Griffin Museum, 67 Shore Rd Winchester, MA 01890, April 2023
“APG’s Choice 2023”, APG Gallery Atlanta, GA, curated by Crista Dix, Executive
Director, The Griffin Museum on Winchester, MA
February -March 2023

“Breaking More Boundaries” honoring Mariette Pathy Allen, Culturelab, Long Island City, Curated by Orestes Gonzalez and Jesse Egner, June 1- July 30, 2022
“Under the Mask”, Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA, curated by Lisa Volpe and Crista Dix, April 21 – May 28, 2022
“The Altered Environment”, North Carolina Museum of Art, curated by Maya Brooks, Mellon Foundation Assistant Curator at North Carolina Museum of Art, March 22, 2022 – August 22, 2022
“LIGHT” February 4 – March 17, 2022, Curated by Aline Smithson, A Smith Gallery, 103 N Nugent Ave, Johnson City, TX
“Size Matters” Medium Festival of Photography San Diego, California, February, 2022

“Julia Margaret Cameron Award Exhibition”, FotoNostrum Gallery, Barcelona, Spain, December 2021
MIA Milan Art Fair: Alessia Paladini Booth, Milan, Italy, October 6 -10 2021
The Magic is in the Seeing: Philip Perkis and his Creative Legacy, Undercroft Gallery, New York, New York, September 14 – November 14, 2021
“At Night”, curated by Lance Keimig, Museum of the Big Bend, Alpine, Texas, June 11 – September 5, 2021 
Travelling without Moving, Galleria Alessia Paladini, Milan, Italy, July 19 – September 4 2021
“Open Up Your Archives,” curated by Elizabeth Avedon, South x Southeast Gallery, Molena, GA, March – April 2021
“30 over 50,” curated by Hamidah Glasgow, Center for Fine Art Photography, Ft. Collins, CO March – April 2021

“Distinction,” curated by Kris Graves Pacific Center North West, Seattle, WA March – June, 2020
“Still Contemporary# ” curated by Lauren Harkey, Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, NC
Sept 10th – Oct 31st
“Faculty Exhibition” curated by Alicia Kubes, Kimmel Hall, New York University March – December, 2020
The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, New York, “Members Show 2020,” February 8th – March 6th 2020
Undercroft Gallery, “The Magic is in the Seeing: Philip Perkis and his Legacy,” Curated by Abby Robinson, Ellen Wallenstein, Kristin Holcomb and Lynn Saville, August 30th – October 18th

“Women Photographers Today,” Julia Margaret Camera Award Winner for Cityscape , The Space Nau Bostik, Barcelona, Spain, April 11 – 29, 2019 
“Faculty & Student Exhibition,” NYU/SPS Center for Applied Liberal Arts Art Exhibition Jan 22, 2019 – April 1, 2019, Kimmel Galleries, Washington Square Park South, room 802, curated by Alicia Kubes

“From the Ground Up,” a group art exhibition July 15, 2018 – January, 2019, curated by New York Foundation for the Arts Curatorial at McKinsey & Co., New York City [not open to the public] 
“Chasing the Light: Photographs by Lynn Saville & Kristin Holcomb” March 7 – March 31, 2018, Fotofoto Gallery, Huntington, NY

North Carolina Museum of Art NIGHT[Light] Exhibition Group photography exhibition, September 30, 2017 – January 28,

“Shifting Perspectives: Photographs of Brooklyn’s Waterfront” April 27-September 10, 2017, Brooklyn Historical Society exhibition at Brooklyn Bridge Park Warehouse, curated by Marilyn Symmes 

“The Radiant Sea” at Yancey Richardson Gallery, 525 West 22nd Street, NYC, July 14, 6-8pm 
“Lux: Manchester and the Modern American City” at the Currier Museum of Art, Manchester,, New Hampshire, June 11 – September 5 
“Urban Landscapes: Manchester and the Modern American City” at the Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire, June 11 – September 5
Into the Night: Modern and Contemporary Art and the Nocturne Tradition, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ, curated by Julie Sasse

Night/Shift: Color Photography by Lynn Saville

Triangle Photography Festival, Neo-Pre-Proto-Post-Photography, curated by Elin O’Hara Slavick, Spectre Arts, Durham, NC Photographing Both Sides of Sunset, Kopeikin Gallery, Culvery City, LA, Fall 
Photographing Both Sides of Sunset, Hamburg Kennedy, New York, NY, June – August 
Sky Exhibition, Griffin Museum of Photography, WInchester, MA,
February Spotlights, ICP International Center of Photography, New York, NY, January

Poetics of Light Black Box Gallery, Portland, OR, December 
Curator’s Choice Exhibition, Pro Arts, Jersey City Art Museum, Jersey City, NJ, October 6 -31st 
Looking Back Six Years: Selected New Acquisitions, University of Maine Museum of Art, Bangor, ME April 4 to June 7, 2014 
Stories in the Social Landscape, ICP Faculty Exhibition, Dec 14, 2013 to March 16, 2014

Clouded Presence, Curated by Liz Kwon, Gallery Ho, New York 
Monticule Art, Kirkland & Ellis, Curated by Yancey Richardson, New York City, “What Remains” 
Santa Cruz Museum of Art, CA, “Photo ID” 
College Saint Elizabeth, NJ, “Nocturnes” 
Tucson Museum of Art, AZ, “Into the Night” 
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC, “Installation of artists from permanent collection” 
Photographic Resource Center “PRC”, Boston, “The Space in Between”

Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York City, “New York in Color” 
Photographic Resource Center, Boston, “Urban Landscape: Vacant Spaces” 
Jersey City, NJ, “Curator’s Choice”

Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York City, “Incognito: The Hidden Self Portrait”

Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York City’, “Glitz & Grime” 
Farmani and Safe-T-Gallery, Dumbo, Brooklyn, “Night Moves”

Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, “The Photographer’s Eye” 
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, “American Identities” 
Harvard University, “Darkness, Darkness”

Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York City, “Easy Rider” 
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, “American Identities” 
Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, NC, “Exterior”

Westport Arts Center, Westport, CN, “Brooklyn” 
Muse Gallery, Philadelphia, “Muse Exhibition” 
ICON Iowa Contemporary Gallery, Fairfield, IA “Lynn Saville – Sam Oppenheim – Photography”

Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York, “Photographing the Museum”
Duke University, Durham, N.C. “20/20: The Night Photographs of Lynn Saville and William Gedney”
Central Park Conservancy Commission:  “Picturing Central Park”2004Brooklyn Museum of Art “Open House
AXA Gallery New York, “At the Crossroads of Desire A Times Square Centennial”
Opelousas Museum, Opelousas, Louisiana “New York Show”

New York Foundation for the Arts, New York City, “Tanqueray No. Ten”

Galerie Valerie Cueto, Paris, France, “Girls on Top”
Samuel Dorsky Museum, New Paltz, NY, “Aesthetics of Contemporary Photography” 
“Mois de la Photo,” Paris, France

Yancey Richardson Gallery, NY, “From Here to There” 
Hudson River Museum, “Three American Night Landscape Photographers” 
Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris, France

Deutsche Bank 
Yancey Richardson Gallery 
Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles

Zur Stockeregg Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland

Robert Mann Gallery, NY “Backyards” 
Yancey Richardson Gallery, “H2O”

Parsons School of Design, “Monuments and Memorials”

Nikon House: New York 
Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, TX

Chevron Corporation Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA 


Poet’s House, New York City in “The Green Room”: 29 Portraits of Poets


Duke University, Durham, N.C. The David M. Rubinstein Rare Book, Manuscript Library


2022 Pollock-Krasner Grant
2021 Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Cityscapes
2017 MTA Arts for Transit Commission to Document “Grand Central Revealed”
1999 New York State Council for the Arts Grant
1989 New York Foundation for the Arts Photography Fellowship
1998 Premio Award, Scanno, Italy, Festival of Photography


Guggenheim Museum
New York Historical Society
MTA: Arts & Design Art Collection
Metropolitain Museum of Art (New York)
Art Institute of Chicago
North Carolina Museum of Art
International Center of Photography
National Portrait Gallery, London
Prudential Financial
The Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Milwaukee Art Museum
Denver Art Museum
Brooklyn Museum of Art
Museum of the City of Paris
Museum of the City of New York
California Museum of Photography
International Museum of Photography, George Eastman House
Oxford University, Bodleian Library
New York Public Library


New York, Photographs by Lynn Saville; 
Part of a series on cities entitled LOST; 
Kris Graves Projects; Long Island City, 2018

Dark City: Urban America at Night, Photographs by Lynn Saville; 
      Introduction by Geoff Dyer

      Damiani, Bologna, 2015 

Night/Shift: Color Photographs by Lynn Saville; 
      Introduction by Arthur C. Danto

      Random House/ The Monacelli Press, 2009 

Acquainted with the Night, Rizzoli, 1997
The Language of Life, Bill Moyers, 1995
Horses in the Circus Ring, E.P. Dutton, 1989


“Road Trip”, featured artist Lynn Saville, published by Dek Unu Magazine online and in print,, September Issue 2021 
“The Archeology of Overnight”, the foreword to my book Dark City, published in See/Saw, a collection of essays by Geoff Dyer. To be published in UK in 2020 by Canongate and in 2022 in Graywolf
The Scotsman, Edinburgh, Scotland, Review of Dark City: Urban America at Night, January 2016
The New Yorker, Goings on About Town, Review of Solo show at Pratt Institute by Vince Aletti, August 2015
The Independent, London, UK, Arts & Books, Review of Dark City: Urban America At Night, June 2015
The New York Times, Sunday Edition, Metropolitan Section, August 2015 Feature “Between Day and Dark” by John Leland
Prattfolio 125th Anniversary Issue: Alumni View | Lynn saville, page 70-71, Spring 2012 
Exit #43: By Night (Madrid, Spain); August 2011: “Portfolio: Twilight Borders”
Boston Globe, September 17, 2009 “Critic’s Pick”
Boston Globe, September 30, 2009 “Review of show”
Monthly Photography, Seoul, South Korea, “Portfolio and Interview”, By Minny Lee, March 2008
Photo Review, 2008 “Bridges”
The New York Times, Sunday Arts & Leisure, January 5, 2003
Duke Magazine, Spring 2003
2wice Magazine, Spring 2003
The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, OH, 2001
The New York Times, Sunday Arts & Leisure, July 1995
The Manhattan Review, covers since 1995
“Art in Review” Charles Hagen, New York Times, 1995
“Voice Choices” Vince Aletti, The Village Voice, 1995, l993
Duke Magazine, 1995
Milkweed Chronicle, 1995
Harper’s, May 1995, April 1994
Popular Photography, 1993
Lighting Dimensions, Fall, 1992


“Making Darkness Visible”, Lenscratch, Saville was the guest editor at Lenscratch for this series of articles (published May 31- June 3), which included selections of her own work alongside those of several contemporary photographers. Interview by Aline Smithson, May 2022. Additional articles can be found at the bottom of the webpage.
“In mostra a Milano / Lynn Saville, Dark Cities and Dark Profits”, Doppiozero, by Gigliola Foschi, March 9, 2022
“Exhibition Review: Lynn Saville: Dark Cities”, Musée Magazine, by Aaron Norton; Edited by Hillary Mitchell, February 16, 2022
Feature in Lensculture, Lensculture, Exhibition review by W. Scott Olsen, 2022
Appears in Issue Year XXVIII #78 of Gente Di Fotografia. Print Edition, 2022
Digital Photo Magazine, July 2019, interview and portfolio feature in print and online editions by Jill Waterman 
L’Oeil de la Photographie article Notre-Dame de Paris, in the section called Vu d’en haut, Lynn’s photo of Notre Dame is the fourth one, April 19, 2019 
PDN Photo District News August 2018 print edition Fine Arts Section, cover photograph 
Under the Cover of Dark, a Photographer Captures a Changing City by Eillie Anzilotti, published in The Atlantic’s CITYLAB, Jan 27, 2016 
iPhotoCentral Photo Books: Cities Dark and Light By Matt Damsker Dec 7, 2015 
New York Captured Between the Day and the Dark, New York Times Print Edition and Online by John Leland, August 27th, 2015 
The Archaeology of Overnight, The New Yorker “Photo Booth”, By Geoff Dyer, October 7th, 2015 
Finding the Perfect Time of Dat to Photograph America’s Changing Cities, “Behold Blog”, by David Rosenberg, August 27th, 2015 
Review of Dark City, The New Yorker, Print Edition, Review in Art Listings Section, Fall 2015 
Review of Dark City, The Independent UK, Print Edition, Fall 2015 
Tips from a Pro: Lynn Saville’s Tips For Photographing After Dark, Popular Photography, print and online, by Peter Kolonia, August 2015 
Lynn Saville: Dark City, Urban America at Night, 
Damiani anounces the publication of Dark City: Urban America at Night, Photograph and Essay, Lynn Saville, Spring, 2014 
Baseball Field, Venice, CA, Browsings, The Harper’s blog, Lynn Saville, September 28, 2015 
Lynn Saville and her Dark City, Professional Women Photographers Blog, by Fredda Gordon, 2015 
Lynn Saville’s “Dark City” @ Pratt Institute’s Photography Gallery, Brooklyn, Review, Backyard Opera, August 30, 2015 
Lynn Saville @ Pratt Institute’s Photography Gallery, F-Stop Magazine, August 19, 2015 
Lynn Saville’s Version of Night Photography, Lomography, Review by Kwyn Kenaz Aquino, July 13, 2015
In Shifting Light: Urban Landscapes by Lynn Saville, Terrain, October 18th, 2015 
Lynn Saville’s “Dark City” @ Pratt Institute’s Photography Gallery, Brooklyn, Juxtapoz, Review, August 25, 2015 
Dark City: Urban America at Night – photography by Lynn Saville,, September 2015 
Lynn Saville Captures the Dark City,, by Betty Wood, September 18, 2015 
Seen: The Green Hand | Boston Society of Architects, Photograph and Essay, Lynn Saville, Spring, 2014
Empty Photographs, Photo Essay, Alicia Eler, March, 2014 
Review: Lynn Saville and Reuben Wu/Schneider Gallery, February, 2014 
New York Times Sunday Review : Eloquent Empty Spaces, Photographs, Essay, and online slide show: Sunday, November 3, 2013 
Big Red & Shiny Blog, Gallery Kayafas review, Robyn Day, March 2013, Big Red & Shiny Blog 
Lynn Saville Vacancy, April 21, 2012, Journal de la Photographie e-Photo Newsletter review of Night/Shift by Matt Damsker, January 4th, 2012, 
Bright Nights: Photographer Lynn Saville sees New York City in a Certian Light, New York University Alumni Magazine, issue #14, Spring 2010 
“Scenes From the Night Shift”, 2010, Opinionator Blog, NY Times 
Brian Ulrich, Interview by Lynn Saville, 2010, BOMBSITE 
“Photo of the Day Today, please take a look!”, 2010, Photo District News 
“Daylight Magazine”, 2010, Daylight Magazine 
Camera Club of New York, 2009 
The New York Times – Arts & Leisure, “New York Photographs” , Review of Glitz & Grime Exhibition, By Ken Johnson, August 13, 2009 
Review of Night/Shift, Duke Magazine, Fall 2009 
“ART: Lynn Saville”Interview by Nick Stillman, 2009, BOMBLOG [local archive
Woman Around Town: Lynn Saville – Photographing the Night, Sunday, July 19th, 2009, Woman Around Town [Also The Space in Between – Public Scenes Minus People, December 2012 
A Conversation with Lynn Saville June 2009, Nymphoto 
Eyemazing Magazine,(Interview and Portfolio), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Issue 4, 2009  
“Night/Shift: An interview with Lynn Saville”, By Robert A. Schaefer, Jr., June 2009, Double Exposure [local archive
“New York at Night with Photographer Lynn Saville”, 2009, Flavorpill 
“Night Vision: Photographs of William Gedney and Lynn Saville”, 2005, Duke Libraries article 
The New York Times – Arts & Leisure: “Acquainted With the Hour That Falls Before the Night”, By Ginger Danto, January 5, 2003 
Black and White Magazine, (Cover article): “Spotlight – Lynn Saville”, Shawn O’Sullivan, March 2003  
Art News: “Lynn Saville and Andrew Moore” , (Yancey Richardson Gallery exhibition review), By Sarah Valdez, May 2003  
Duke University Alumni Magazin: “Night’s Edge” , By Maria Park Bobroff, Spring 2003  
Leica Fotografie International: “Award for Lynn Saville”, (Scanno Photo Prize), January 1999  
Leica View: “Lynn Saville – Master of Highlights and Shadows” , May 1999  
Leica Fotografie International: “The Click is the Kick” ,May 1996 


Traveling Through the Dark: The Night Photography of Lynn Saville, Directed by Anna Boden, 2003
NPR National Public Radio“A New York Moment: Lynn Saville”, WNYC Video about my work on WNYC radio/website, January 2010, NPR National Public Radio 
When in Rome, Disney, 2008: photograph “Roof Garden” exhibited on wall of art curator’s home.


Pratt Institute, M.F.A., 1976
Duke University, B.A., 1971
Master Class with Philippe Halsman, New York, 1979

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