Lauren Benrimon (b.1992) is a New York City based artist known for her vibrant, wild use of color, texture and rhythmic paintings. She works primarily in painting and photography, among other mediums, which she studied at The School of Visual Arts. As a daughter of a gallery owner, Lauren has been deeply influenced by Modern and Contemporary artists Jackson Pollock, Joan Mitchell, and Andy Warhol. Lauren’s paintings fuse Pop’s vibrant colors from contemporary culture with gestural movements of Abstract Expressionism. Her process-based paintings are personal autobiographical narratives of inner thoughts and expression, moments of motion, and lived experience. They translate perceptions of beauty, fervor for contemporary culture, and are inspired by places traveled.