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Florida based artist Aryn Haynes is best known for her candid investigation of race, gender, sexuality, and semiotics that have appeared in numerous exhibitions. 


Born in Lansing, Michigan in 1992, Haynes was raised in the suburbs of Tampa, Florida from the age of 6. She studied at the University of South Florida, where she received her BFA in Studio Art, and learned the essential creative and technical practice to use photographs, sculptures, videos, performance and assemblage interventions that are unique to exploring the space between mind, body, and memory. Her highlighted group exhibitions include Sunny Side Up, co-curated by the graduating class of 2016, the Sugar Show organized by curator Ari Azzopardi, and the Sounds Good exhibition shown at Chad Mize Gallery. During her internship as an exhibitions assistant she co-curated shows including; Annual Member Benefit Sale, International Photography Competition, Permanent Collections, and She Loves Me She Loves Me Not at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, with team Ana Castellano, Kaitlyn Boza and Kasandra Collett. She has since taken on many hats in the form of a Portrait Photographer, Graphic Designer, and UX Designer.

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