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Kim Scianghetti is an award-winning fine art photographer based in Western Massachusetts. Self-taught, she has been shooting  for over 40 years, but has taken it up full time since 2011.

Kim’s photos have been exhibited regionally and internationally. Her most recent awards include: 

First Place - Documentary Series; Widowed Life - le Prix de la Photographie Paris (Px3) 2016

Second place - Peoples Choice; Portraiture/family - le Prix de la Photographie Paris (PX3) 2015 

Third place - Portraiture - le Prix de la Photographie Paris (PX3) 2015 

Grand Prize winner ($10,000.00) of the 1X International Photo Awards 2014, judged by the world-renowned Magnum Photographer Steve McCurry

Solo Exhibits:

Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, CT - Oct 15, 2019 - Nov 14, 2019

Bing Arts Center, Springfield, MA - July 11, 2015 - Sept 25, 2015

Group Exhibits:

Foley Gallery, NYC, NY - Print Swap Exhibition - June 2021

Laurent Gallery, Melbourne, Australia - Print Swap Exhibition - May 2021

Matca Gallery, Hanoi, Vietnam - Print Swap Exhibition - January 2021

Blank Wall Gallery, Athens, Greece - Print Swap Exhibition - November 26, 2020 - December 2, 2020

Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury CT - Black & White - March 26, 2017 - July 16, 2017 (**Image included in permanent museum collection)

Joy of Art, New Britain, CT - Oct 29, 2015 - Jan 14, 2016

Expressiones Gallery, New London CT - June 7, 2014 - July 5, 2014

Her images are included in numerous publications and in both corporate and private collections as well.

Kim says of her work “I am drawn to people. To their emotions. I wonder what hides behind the facades we all put up. With my images, I aspire to generate compassion and understanding. To minimize fears of our perceived imperfections. To show humans, from every walk of life; religion, color, race and orientation, that at the very core we are all so very much alike, telling the stories of these people and sharing them with others, but leaving blanks to be filled in by the viewer.”

Being of the LGBTQ+ community she strives to humanize the diversity of all groups of people. In her desire to capture everyday folks and their stories she has traveled far and wide including a 10-month solo trip all around the US in 2017 capturing rural America and its people.