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Kimberly Patino is an American photographer, writer, and visual artist.

Her work addresses social and political topics such as identity, body image, and the relationship between Americanism and her Hispanic roots. Kimberly’s art shows and projects have been exhibited nationally in galleries and institutions such as The Greenpoint Gallery, The 440 Gallery, The Harrison Public Library, and the One River School of Art and Design. Her writing and images have appeared in numerous mediums, including ARTNEWS, Feministing, Arts Westchester, The Harrison Herald, Fashion Grunge, and Adobe’s Twitter. She currently writes her blog that specializes in art, self-acceptance, and cultural feminism, since 2010.

Kimberly is a graduate of Hunter College, where she studied literary criticism, women’s rhetoric, and fine art photography. She currently lives in Upstate New York with her husband, William, and their three black cats.

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