Lydia Panas is an award winning photographer whose work has been exhibited internationally. Lydia's work has been published widely in periodicals
such as the New York Times Magazine, Photo District News, Popular Photography, German GEO, the San Francisco Chronicle and the Wall Street Journal Blog. Lydia has degrees
from Boston College, School of Visual Arts, and New York University / International Center of Photography. She also received a Whitney Museum Independent Study Fellowship.
Lydia has taught photography at numerous institutions including The Museum of Modern Art, Lafayette. Muhlenberg and Moravian Colleges, Kutztown University,
Maine Media Workshops, Houston Center for Photography, The Vermont College MFA Program and The Baum School of Art/ Lehigh Carbon Community College.
Her first monograph "The Mark of Abel", was published by Kehrer Verlag, and received a Best Books
Nomination from Photo Eye Magazine (2011), named in the Photo District News’ PHOTO ANNUAL Books of 2012, as well as Best Coffee Table Book of 2012 by the Daily Beast.
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago
Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego
Allentown Art Museum
Zendai Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai
Inter-Art Contemporary Art Museum, Aiud, Romania
Yours Foundation, Poland
Comer Collection, University of Texas, Dallas
Maine Media Workshops
Center for Photography Woodstock
Numerous Private Collections
The Mark of Abel; Published by Kehrer Verlag 2012