Lives and works in St Louis, MO
Katherine Simóne Reynolds primarily creates conceptual portraits and architectural photography. After receiving her B.A. in Dance from Webster University, movement comes as second nature and is thoroughly integrated into her practice. Her recent work is made to be literal, authentic, and emotional. Currently, she is expanding her practice into more sculptural and performance works surrounding Black Glamour and Beauty.
Reynolds has exhibited her work within many spaces and institutions around Saint Louis, including Pulitzer Arts Foundation, Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts, and The Luminary.
Reynolds worked as a photographer for the ImPlusTanz, the largest contemporary dance festival in Europe, where she worked on performance and photographic projects within the MUMOK, the Weltmuseum, and many other unique venues around Vienna, Austria.
Reynolds has exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions. She was a visiting artist and performer for the Gallery Sessions at MoMA and spoke at The Contemporary Art Museum of Saint Louis and The Saint Louis Art Museum.
Katherine Simone Reynolds, Sit Still, 2017, digital video, duration 21m 49s
Katherine Simone Reynolds, Orange Manner, 2017, digital video, duration 21m 49s