Sheri Lynn Behr is a visual artist interested in photography without permission, perception and the screens through which we view the world. Her project on surveillance and privacy, "BeSeeingYou," was exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography in 2018, and released as a self-published photo book. which was selected by Elizabeth Avedon as one of the Best Photography Books of 2018. She was invited to participate in "A Yellow Rose Project," a photographic collaboration of over a hundred women photographers in response to the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
Behr’s work has also been exhibited nationally and internationally at the Amon Carter Museum of Art, the MIT Museum, Center for Creative Photography, National Museum of Singapore, Colorado Photographic Arts Center, Davis Orton Gallery, Candela Gallery, Musee McCord, and many, many more.
Her photographs have been featured in publications world-wide, including Harper’s Magazine, What Will You Remember?, Lenscratch, aCurator, People’s Photography (China), Orta Format (Turkey), Toy Camera (Spain), and The Boston Globe. She has received a Fellowship in Photography from the New Jersey State Council of the Arts, and a grant from the Puffin Foundation.