Dolly Faibyshev is an American artist with a love for color, composition, and the human condition. She has photographed a wide range of subjects, from the primped and prodded models of New York Fashion Week to the overly groomed animals in the Dog Show, from Dolly Parton impersonators to the the muscle-bound performers of Wrestlemania, from the 1950s time capsule of Palm Springs to the faux iconic people and structures of Las Vegas. Born to Russian immigrants, the vicarious fantasy of America became ingrained in her from an early age until she learned to define those experiences in pictures. She is a self-taught photographer exploring the meaning of the American Dream in all of its forms. Her work has been published in The New Yorker, Le Monde, TIME, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Businessweek, It’s Nice That, and elsewhere. Recent exhibitions include What A Time To Be Alive at Slow Culture in Los Angeles, John Doe in Brooklyn, Krakow Photomonth in Poland, New York At Its Core at The Museum of the City of New York, the Material Art Fair in Mexico City, and Untitled Art Space in New York.