Dayna Desireé Bartoli

About

Dayna Desireé Bartoli (1987) is an artist and writer from Arizona who works in various mediums including photography, poetry, bookmaking, and mixed media objects. She graduated from Arizona State University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography and went on to receive a Master of Fine Arts degree in 2015 from the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art in Norway. Somewhat juxtaposing her education in the arts, Bartoli also works in the medical field as an ophthalmic photographer, photographing retinal blood vessels and circulation patterns. Many of her projects are driven by a fascination with natural phenomena and the language of medical and scientific representation.

Bartoli’s photographs have been published in Harper’s Magazine. She was named one of Lens Culture’s “21 New and Emerging Photographers” of 2013, and has been a featured artist on Art Photo Index.

Prints and books are available for purchase upon request.  For inquiries or to purchase, publish, or commission works, please e-mail dayna.bartoli@gmail.com

 

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

All Art Arizona 2016
2016, Art Intersection, Gilbert AZ

Trøndelagsutstillingen 2015
2015, Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst, Trondheim Norway
2015, Levanger kunstforening / LevArt, Levanger Norway

2015 MFA Exhibition
2015, Trondheim Kunstmuseum Gråmølna, Trondheim Norway

It’s About Time
2015, Galleri KiT, Trondheim Norway
curated by Veronika Radulovic & Regina Möller

Botanical Evidences of Movement, Migration and Commerce
2015, Nuovo Cinema Palazzo, Rome Italy
results of workshop with Maria Thereza Alves

Delay
2014, Galleri KiT, Trondheim Norway
results of workshop with Mary Sherman and Florian Grond

ASU Photographers’ Association 4th Annual Photographic Auction
2010, First Studio, Phoenix AZ

Salad Days: A BFA Photographic Exhibition
2010, Gallery 100, Tempe AZ

An Equation of the Fanciful and Bizarre
2010, Northlight Gallery, Tempe AZ
juried by Joel Meyerowitz

ASU Photographers’ Association 3rd Annual Photographic Auction
2009, First Studio, Phoenix AZ

You’re My Only Hope
2008 – 2009, Northlight Gallery, Tempe AZ
juried by Darius Himes

Print Publications

Harper’s Magazine, July 2013, p.96

Join & Cast Guide to Phoenix Art, 2010

Lux Magazine Undergraduate Creative Review, 2010

The Cart Before the Horse: ASU Photographers’ Association Member Portfolio,
2009

Online Publications

Interview, Feature Shoot, 2014

Article, Lens Culture, 2013

Awards

Finalist: Lens Culture Student Photography Awards 2013
chosen as one of “21 New & Emerging Photographers”

Arizona Community Foundation Fine Arts Scholarship 2006-2010