Cynthia Karalla works between the modern backdrop of New York City and the rural south of Basilicata, Italy.
She has exhibited around the world and her works are held in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Yokohama Museum in Tokyo, and Daniel Katz Gallery in London.
Continuously experimenting and pushing her medium, Karalla acknowledges that the path of producing her work is never clear. What is important is listening to her inner-self, fully aware that figuring out the final result is of no consequence.
It is in the process that her art is born.
A solo exhibition of Cynthia Karalla's photographs will feature at this year's Ballarat International Foto Biennale. This year, the Biennale will present a dynamic core program of 21 Australian and International photographers, along with a further 70 artists who will exhibit as part of the Fringe program. The Biennale runs from August 20 to September 18.