Liz Cohen

Field of Practice:

Visual Arts

City, Country:

San Francisco, United States


2002, 2003


July 2002 - Dez 2002

Born 1973 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Studied Philosophy at Tufts University and Photography at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and at the California College of Arts and Crafts. She has been a lecturer at the California College of Arts and Crafts since 2000.

Most recent solo exhibitions: “Canal” (San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery; Long and Pollack Gallery, San Francisco, 2000) and “Bikini Carwash” (Spanganga, San Francisco, 2002). Her group exhibitions: “Openings” (San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, 2002), “It‘s a Battle” (Balazo Mission Badlands, San Francisco, 2001) and “Before and After” (Side Street Projects, Los Angeles, 2000).

1999 fellowship at the American Photography Institute, New York University and a fellowship at the MacDowell Colony in 2001. Selected artists books: “Family Monsters” (1999), “I like to roast in the sun” (1995) and “Tattoo fuck you”.

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