Iwona Biedermann is a photographer and independent curator of an artist run gallery/studio in Chicago.  She holds a degree in photography from Columbia College and her photographic work includes documentary, editorial, portraiture, and fine art.

In her photographs, Biedermann captures the ties that bind families and cultures, focusing on similarities of human experience.

Recognized through many awards, (Individual Artist Support Initiative, Illinois Art Council 2012, Artist Fellowship, Illinois Art Council 2007, Commission from Public Art Program 2002, Illinois Humanities Council Grant 2001, City of Cultural Affairs Grant 1997, Eddie Adams Workshop 1995,  her work has also been a part of many exhibitions including Beyond the Veil at the Polish Museum of America in 2002, Catholic Chicago at Chicago History Museum in 2008, Between the Lines of Beauty, Think Art Salon in 2011 and 50X50 Chicago: People, Places, Possibilities at Chicago Cultural Center in 2017.  Solo exhibitions include Divine disComfort at Arsenal Gallery, Poznan, Poland in 1999, and Elmhurst Museum in 1998.

Biedermann photographs have appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines including the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Magazine, The Reader, In These Times, Index Magazine, Screen Magazine, New City, Newsweek, Real Simple, Time-Out and various Chicago-based Polish media. Her work has been published in Australia, Brazil, Chile, England, France, Germany, Japan, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States.

List of commercial clients includes: National Book Foundation, Random House Books, Discovery Chanel, Ameritech, Charter One Bank, Erie Health Center, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Saint Mary Hospital, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, University Club, Eleanor Foundation, Women Business Development, Women Media, Xerox & GE.