Catherine Panebianco is an artist whose work longs for a sense of place, catches hold of memories, and chases the spirts of those we currently love, and those that continue surround us from our past. Her work explores how we connect with others, with our past, and with ourselves.
Panebianco received the 2020 LensCulture Critics Choice Top Ten Award, 2020 CENTER’s Project Launch Award and was a 2019 Photolucida’s Critical Mass Top 50 for her series, No Memory is Ever Alone. She is a semi-finalist for the National Portrait Gallery’s 2021 Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition. The series will be exhibited at the 2021 Cortona on the Move and the 2021 Imago Lisboa Festival, shortlisted & highly commended for the 2021 Belfast Photo Festival, a finalist for The Hopper Prize, 1st place winner in the International Photography Award for Fine Art, a finalist for the National Photography Award for the Texas Photographic Society and a San Francisco Bay International Photography Competition Portfolio Award. Panebianco’s work has been exhibited in the U.S. and internationally and she has been featured in Lenscratch and B +W Magazine. A monograph of her work, Holding Time, was published by Yoffy Press in March 2022.