Liz Park

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Liz Park
Artist: Liz Park(curator)
Works at: Seoul Art Space_GeumCheon
Stays in: 2013
Genre: Curating
2012 Whitney Independent Study Program
2007 MA in Art History/Curatorial Studies, University of British Columbia

Solo exhibition
2011  Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas: Old Growth (April - May 2011, grunt gallery, Vancouver, CA)
2010 Raymond Boisjoly: The Ever-Changing Light (April - May 2010, Access Gallery, Vancouver, CA

2010  Life After Doomsday: Jason de Haan (Feb - Mar 2010, Access Gallery, Vancouver,CA)
2007  Distance of Distinct Vision: Web Project by Laiwan (May 2007, Centre A and the Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver)

Group exhibition
2013 Invisible Violence (Feb-Mar 2013, Artspeak, Vancouver, CA and Gallery TPW, Toronto, CA)
2012 Creative Destruction (May-June 2012, The Kitchen, NY, US)
2009   Stories from Places and Times Distantly Close (Nov 2009 - Jan 2010, Western Front, Vancouver, CA)
2009  What Moves Us (June 2009, Western Front, Vancouver, CA)
2008  Perspectives on an Archive (Nov 2008, Western Front, Vancouver, CA)
2007  Limits of Tolerance: Reframing Multicultural State Policy (May-Jun 2007, Centre A, Vancouver, CA)

2013 “on the art of It’s the Political Economy, Stupid,” It’s the Political Economy Stupid, eds. Oliver Ressler and Gregory Sholette (London: Pluto Press, 2013) [anthology / exhibition catalogue]
2012 “Pluralising the Institution: On the Conference ‘Institutions by Artists’,” Afterall Online (Dec 20, 2012)
2012 “Worth More Than One Million Dollars,” Performa Magazine (Nov 16, 2012)
2012 “The Exhibition as Stereoscope” Creative Destruction (New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2012) [exhibition catalogue]
2011  Old Growth: Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas (Vancouver: Read Leaf and grunt gallery, 2011)
2011  Come Down: Jon Sasaki (Vancouver: Access Gallery, 2011). [co-authored with Jesse Birch]
2010  “Crawl and Trace: Invisible Histories and the Project of Remembering,” Fillip (spring 2010, issue 11), pg 106-113.
2009  “On Emergence, Visibility and Public Spaces,” Emergence: Contemporary Photography in Canada, ed. Sarah Parsons, (Toronto: Gallery44 and Ryerson UP, 2009), pg 42-47.
2008  “An Orientation to colourschool: How to Un-name a Colour,” Ricepaper (fall 2008 issue 13.3)

2012 Canada Council for the Arts, Grant to Professional Independent Critics and Curators.
2010 British Columbia Arts Council, Visual Arts. Project Assistance for Independent Curators
2008 Canada Council for the Arts, Visual Arts. Assistance to Culturally Diverse Curators in Residence
2006 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada [SSHRC]. Graduate Scholarship in Master’s program

2012-2013 Performa Magazine Writing Live Residency, New York, US
2012 Critical Studies Residency at Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, US
2011-2012 Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellowship with the Whitney Independent Study Program, New York, US
2009 Curatorial Residency at Gallery 44, Toronto, CA
2008-2009 Curatorial Residency at Western Front Media Arts, Vancouver, BC

2013 Curator for CUNY Queens College MFA exhibition, New York, US
2010-2011 Public Programmer/Curator of Talks at Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC
2009-2010 Co-Director/Curator at Access Gallery, Vancouver, BC
2009 Media Arts Programme Coordinator at Western Front Media Arts, Vancouver, BC