Hannah Altman is a Jewish-American artist from New Jersey. She holds an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her photographs interpret relationships between gestures, the body,
lineage, and interior space.
She has recently exhibited with the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Blue Sky Gallery,
Filter Photo, and Photoville Festival. Her work has been featured in publications such as Vanity
Fair, Huffington Post, and British Journal of Photography. She was included in the Silver Eye
Center For Photography’s 2021 Silver List and received the 2021 Lensculture Critics’ Choice
She has delivered lectures on her work and research across the country, including Yale
University and the Society for Photographic Education National Conference. Her first
monograph, Kavana, published by Kris Graves Projects, is in the permanent collections of the
MoMA Library and the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Thomas J. Watson Library.
More of her work can be found here.