Robert Flynt’s work has been widely exhibited in the United States and abroad since 1980. It has been shown in major museums, galleries, and alternative spaces, as well as in collaborative performance and dance projects.
In 1992 he was included in “New Photography 8” at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, where his work is in the permanent collection, as well as in the Metropolitan Museum, The International Center of Photography (NY), and L.A. County Museum, , among many others. He is represented by ClampArt, New York.
Flynt’s collaborative projects include commissions from Brooklyn Academy of Music with choreographer Bebe Miller in 1989, and the L.A. International Arts Festival with Ishmael Houston-Jones and Dennis Cooper in 1990, and with Yoshiko Chuma on The Yellow Room, Daghdha Dance Company (Ireland) in 2003. His most recent project, “Body-Scan” with choreographers Benoit Lachambre and Su-Feh Lee premiered at Le Quartz in France in March, 2008 and will tour internationally in 2009. He is currently collaborating with Pavel Zustiak on a performance project that will premier in March, 2009 at the Ailey Citigroup Theater in NYC.
Flynt received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, Light Work, the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation,and Art Matters, among others. His 1996 monograph, Compound Fracture (Twin Palms Publishers) received a Best Books of the Year award from the American Institute of Graphic Arts.