LIZ LINDEN   
Born Seattle, 1980.  Raised in the San Francisco Bay Area.        

Based in New York City and New South Wales.

ealinden@gmail.com   
www.lizlinden.com
www.contemporaryfeminism.com
www.surfstreetpress.com


EDUCATION
2017    University of Wollongong, PhD in Art, Wollongong, Australia (projected)

2009    Whitney Independent Study Program, New York, NY


2002    Yale University, BA in Literature, New Haven, CT

2001    École Nationale Supérieur des Arts-Décoratifs, Paris, France
                 
   
SOLO EXHIBITIONS / PROJECTS
2017    Damaged Goods, Cleopatra's, Brooklyn, NY
        TELETHON, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

2015    Target Practice, TAEM Gallery, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia

2014    I wasn't lying; you didn't ask the correct questions., Hagedorn Foundation Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2011    Mall of America, Artspace, New Haven, CT
        City Grammar, a two-person exhibition with Nanna Debois Buhl, Bureau, New York, NY

2010   
making ourselves visible, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
       
2009    BACK TO THE FUTURE, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, February 21, 2009, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

2007    PAWNSHOP, in collaboration with Julieta Aranda and Anton Vidokle, e-flux, New York, NY
        Doubles, Buia Gallery, New York, NY
 
2003    Journal: Photographs from the Second Intifada, Cave Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS / PROJECTS

2016    Utopia is No Place, Utopia is Process, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, Usdan Gallery,

Bennington College, Bennington, VT

  The Sydney Morning Herald Feminist Reading Group, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia


2015    pilot press... (year long installation), in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, PARMER at Aprons Arts Center, New York, NY
        Then and Now: Artists in Residence, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY

        Then and Now: Artists in Residence, Castle Gallery College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY       
        Recall, Art in Odd Places 2015, New York, NY (cat.)
        When Words Collide II, in collaboration with Nanna Debois Buhl, Galleri Tom Christoffersen, Copenhagen, Denmark

2014    The New York Times Feminist Reading Group, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, various venues (ICI, Brooklyn Museum, EFA), New York, NY

2013    Welcome to the Real, in collaboration with Nanna Debois Buhl, TEMP art space, New York, NY   
        Brother, Can You Lend Me a Stack?, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY (cat.)
        IRL, in collaboration with Nanna Debois Buhl, Point B, Brooklyn, NY
        The New York Times Feminist Reading Group, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, ICI (Independent Curators International), New York, NY

2012    2011 Workspace Artists-in-Residence, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY
        Young Curators, New Ideas IV, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, Meulensteen Gallery, New York, NY (cat.)
        Visions and Voices, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
        Stuff Lust, Dekalb Gallery, Pratt's Institute, Brooklyn, NY (cat.)
        Required Reading, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY (cat.)
   

2011    The Missing Library, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY
        The Dependent, Sheraton Hotel, New York, NY
        h.arta group, in collaboration with h.arta and Jen Kennedy, Ludlow 38 / Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, New York, NY (cat.)
        F is for Fake, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, Cleopatra’s, Brooklyn, NY

2010    The Last Newspaper, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, New Museum, New York, NY
        Presentation, in collaboration with Nanna Debois Buhl, Lunds Konsthall, Lund, Sweden      
        Materia
, in collaboration with Liz Milbank, Cabinet, Brooklyn, NY
        The New York Times Feminist Reading Groups, in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, The Hostess Project at P•P•O•W Gallery, New York, NY
        Collective Consumption, Dumbo Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY


2009    PERFORMA, live radio performance with Jen Kennedy in project by Broadside, New York, NY
        Analog Sunset, in collaboration with Ethan Breckenridge and Phil Vanderhyden, Ludlow 38, New York, NY
        Whitney ISP Studio Exhibition, Art in General, New York, NY
        book swap . . ., in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, DISPATCH, New York, NY      
        Exhibition
, 211 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY

        Life and Times of . . . , Silver Shed, New York, NY
        SIGN! Art in Odd Places 2009, New York, NY

2008    Show 1, Kate Werble Gallery, New York, NY
        L’Argent, FRAC Ile-de-France/Le Plateau, Paris, France

2007    Sunny, Clear and Cool, Buia Gallery, New York, NY

2006    Kollektor Stange, Future 7, Berlin, Germany
        Peace Tower 2006, Whitney Biennial: Day for Night, Whitney Museum, New York, NY

2005    PastPresentForever, Buia Gallery, New York, NY
        Utopia Station, World Social Forum, Porto Alegre, Brazil
        Boundless, Stenersenmuseet, Oslo, Norway   

2004    Utopia Station, Das TAT, Frankfurt, Germany   


LECTURES / PANEL DISCUSSIONS

2016    "Women With Cameras: The Invention of the Selfie in the Photography of Anne Collier," Ubiquitous Images panel, AAANZ Conference, Canberra, Australia


2015    
Educational Outliers and Education as Art Practice panel, College Art Association Conference,
New York, NY, February 12, 2015

 

2014     “The Failure of Feminist Languages: Exposing Patriarchies in Discourse through Art and Activism,” Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Conference 2014, University of Wollongong, Australia

        “Forum,” Where do we go from here?-- Humanities Postgraduate Research Conference 2014, Curtin University, Perth, Australia

 

2012    Comparative Collectivity: Feminism in New York and Danish Art panel, The Armory Show, New

York, NY, March 11, 2012


2009    Post-Feminism, panel with Dottie Attie, K8 Hardy, Jen Kennedy, Sophie Morner, and Martha Wilson at P•P•O•W Gallery, November 12, 2009

        “Distinguishing Patriarchies in Feminism: Making Ourselves Visible,” Why Gender? symposium panelist, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, October 10, 2009
        “Notes on Returning to the Future…,” Feminism Now symposium panelist, Brooklyn Museum, March 28, 2009

2007    LADIES NIGHT AT THE PAWNSHOP, panel with Julieta Aranda and Fia Backström, panel discussion, e-flux, New York, NY, November 26, 2007


GRANTS / FELLOWSHIPS
2016    Brian Crowther Prize, University of Wollongong

2015    Puffin Foundation Artists Grant

2014    New York Council for the Humanities Project Grant
        Artist’s Book of the Moment Shortlist

2013    Culture Push Fellow

2010
    Danish Arts Council Grant, DANY 2010
        Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA): Brooklyn Arts Council Community Regrant
        Puffin Foundation Artist's Grant


RESIDENCIES
2017    Hammer Museum Public Engagement Residency, Los Angeles, CA

2011    Artist-in-Residence, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY

 
2010    Studio Artist, Capacete, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2009    Visiting Studio Artist, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne, Australia


2007    Visiting Artist, unitednationsplaza, Berlin, Germany

       
BIBLIOGRAPHY

2015    Hyperallergic.com, “The 2015 NADA Art Fair in 25 Superlatives,” Jillian Steinhauer, May 15, 2015


2014    The New York Observer, “Call It the Gray Womyn: Reading The New York Times From a Feminist Perspective,” by Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke, February 12, 2014
        Make-Space.net, “Liz Linden,” by Lynnette Miranda, January 20, 2014

2013    C Magazine, "Le baiser de l'institution: Feminism After Elles," by Ania Wroblewski, Issue 117, spring 2013
        Gender Art/Work and the Global Imperative, by Angela Dimitrakai, published by Manchester University Press (Manchester), 2013
        Politics in a Glass Case; Exhibiting Feminist Art, edited by Angela Dimitrakai and Lara Perry, published by Liverpool University Press (Liverpool), 2013
        Kunsten.nu, “At være eller ikke være – i N.Y.,” March 28, 2013

2012    The first 3 years of Ludlow 38, Tobi Maier, Antonia Lotz (eds.), Spector Books, Leipzig, Germany
Daily Trojan, “Event studies the role of women in The New York Times,” by Isabelle Sayyah, October 23, 2012

2011    New Haven Register, “PICK OF THE ARTS: Artspace’s ingenious ‘Mall of America’ show,” by Donna Doherty, March 3, 2011
        Artforum.com, Critic's Pick, Nanna Debois Buhl and Liz Linden by Sarah Lookofsky, July 14,2011

2010    Differences, "'Women's Time' in Theory," by Emily Apter, spring 2010
       
Flavorwire.com, “Adventures in Australia: Visual Artist Liz Linden,” interview with Caroline Stanley, January 14, 2010
        On-Verge, “The Art of Seduction & The Skeleton in the Closet,” by Kerrie Welsh, fall 2010

2009    New York Magazine, "What the...," November 8, 2009
        The New York Times
, "Art & Design," "Inside Art" by Carol Vogel, October 22, 2009
        PaperMag.com, "Word of Mouth: There's Art in Odd Places" by Joseph Alexiou, October 5, 2009

2008    Artforum, XLVI, No. 8, "MARKET INDEX: Barry McGee" by Michelle Kuo, April 2008

        ArtReview, Issue 20, "REVIEWS: PAWNSHOP," March 2008
        BBC World Service radio, “The Ticket,” February 8, 2008
        The New York Times, "Sunday Styles," "PULSE" by Karin Nelson, January 27, 2008
        ARTnews, VOLUME 107/NUMBER 1, "A New Day Pawning" by Lamar Clarkson, January 2008

2007    Flash Art Online, December 2007
        Artnet.com, October 2007
        ArtObserved.com, October 2007
        The Art Newspaper, VOL. XVI, NO. 184, October 2007

2006    Neue Review, Ausgabe 12, "Tino Sehgal und Henrik Olesen" by Ariane Beyn and Rebekka Ladewig, January 2006


PUBLICATIONS

2017    "Alone in the Crowd: Appropriated Text and Subjectivity in the Work of Rirkrit Tiravanija," Third Text, published by Reutledge (London), February 2017

2016    “Reframing Pictures: Reading the Art of Appropriation,” Art Journal, published by CAA (New York), winter 2016

  The Rocks of Albany, artists’ book in collaboration with James Angus, published by Surf Street

Press (Australia)


2014    METHODS, edited by Erin Knutson and Ria Roberts
        …ment, “Making Ourselves Visible” with Jen Kennedy, Issue 5 Attune…ment (on generation)
        Kunsthall Stavanger Blog, “The New York Times Feminist Reading Group,” interview with Jen Kennedy and Heather Jones, Feb. 28, 2014

  The New York Times Feminist Reading Group Yearbook, artists’ book in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, published by Revolver (Berlin)


2013    JANIS II, published by The Commercial/MCLEMOI (Sydney)

2012    Everyday Fragments, “A brief history of Appropriation,” with Jen Kennedy, published by Spector Books (Leipzig)
       
2010    City Grammar, artists’ book in collaboration  with Nanna Debois Buhl, published by Revolver (Berlin)
        Journal of Critical Studies in Business and Society, “Inside Out: Representations of Women and Work on Popular Television” interview with Jen Kennedy, fall 2010
        Double Take, “The Elephant in the Room,” published by Public Art Fund (New York)

2009    Alphabet Prime, "Making Ourselves Visible," in collaboration with Jen Kennedy, winter 2009

2007    Visionaire 53, in collaboration with Matthew Sheridan Smith and Rirkrit Tiravanija
        Pidgin, spring 2007

2005    Untitled (radio drama), in collaboration with Matthew Sheridan Smith and Rirkrit Tiravanija, an 11 hour radio drama (serialized), published (cat: A Retrospective [tomorrow is another fine day]) and broadcast live from the Serpentine Gallery, London, England



PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
York University Art Gallery, Toronto

The New York Public Library, New York



HOME