Zoë Lintzeris is a multipurpose visual artist using photography and canvas as platforms for her ongoing art narrative. Focusing on the urban human condition, as well as socioeconomic and political events around the world, her artwork also stems from familial and ancestral experiences, and seeks to confront topics that tend to be shunned in mainstream media. Shredding the chaotic techniques of idolized artists, her approach is completely minimalist — no easel is present, and work is completed on a bare floor. She is also an editor and writer, working with arts and cultural publications, as well as food and hospitality ventures.
She creates and resides in Brooklyn, where her mornings are filled with BBC News and drinking tea.