Born in Taipei, Annie Ling is a Canadian artist and documentary photographer currently based in Brooklyn, New York.
Select clients include The New York Times and The New York Times Magazine, GEO Magazine (Germany), Courrier International (France), FADER Magazine, and New York Magazine.
Her photography has been featured in publications such as PDN Photo Annual, American Photography 27, Magenta Flash Forward: Emerging Photographers, Monthly Photography, and The Forward, among others.
Her work is exhibited and collected internationally. Most recently, her work has been exhibited in Germany (Lumix Photo Festival), South Korea (Gwanju Biennale), Finland (NYPH Awards), Hungary (Budapest Photo Festival), Canada (Magenta Flash Forward), and throughout the USA in Maine, Boston, and currently in New York City (“A Floating Population” at MOCA).
Annie is currently a fellow of Reflexions Masterclass, a laboratory investigating the evolution of the language of visual representation and photography. She is also a recipient of a Director’s Fellowship from The International Center of Photography.
AWARDS & NOMINATIONS:
New York Photo Festival Award, Honorary Mention, USA
Magenta Flash Forward Winner, Canada/International
American Photography 27, Selected, USA/International
PDN Photo Annual Winner, USA/International
PDN 30 Nominee, USA/International
World Press Joop Swart Masterclass Nominee, Amsterdam
Reflexions Masterclass Nominee/Runner-Up, Italy/Europe
ICP Director’s Fellowship, USA/International
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Annie is available for travel and assignments.
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