Liza May Post  (Dutch, 1965) 

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Liza May Post, While

 

Liza May Post
While
2001

Annet Gelink Gallery
  
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Liza May Post, Shelter

 

Liza May Post
Shelter, 1996
color photograph, mount on aluminum

 

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Liza May Post, Trying

 

Liza May Post
Trying, 1998
chromogenic color print

 

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Liza May Post, Trying

 

Liza May Post
Trying, 1998
Cibachrome

 

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1965   Born in Amsterdam
1988 - 1993   Rietveld Art Academy, Amsterdam
1994 - 1995   Postgraduate studies at Rijksacademie, Amsterdam
1997 - 1998   P.S.1 -Studio Program, New York
  Currently lives and works in Amsterdam
2006   Content, Kulthurhuset Stockholm, Sweden
2005   Victime de la mode, Crac Altkirch, France
2005   Pompei – the romance of the ash, 37th International Theatre Festival, Venice, Italy
2005   Going Dutch: new photography from the Netherlands, Museum of new Art, Pontiac, US
2004   Liza May Post + Jan Nelson, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
2004   the dutch show at the Netherlands institute in Athens, Greece
2003   30 years, Dutch Video Art, Montevideo/Time Based Arts, Amsterdam, NL
2003   Up to now (Tot zo ver), Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
2003   In or Out, Dutch Korean exchange exhibition, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea
2003   No lo llames performance /Don’t call it performance, Reina Sofia, Madrid, Barcelona, S
2002   Fra Venedig Biennalen 2001 Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark
2002   Shows from Venice Biennial 2001 from: Liza May Post, Sergei Shutov, Olga Chernysheva, Eliezer Sonnenschein, Minnette Vari, Henning and Ursula Christiansen
2002   Phidias Groupshow divided over several churches in Roeselare, Belgium
2002   Sumptuous, Palazzo delle Papesse CAC, Siena, Italy
2002   Commitment Las Palmas, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2002   Tableaux Vivants Living Pictures and Attitudes in Photography, film and video, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
2001   ‘KPN Collection Photography’ Huis Marseille, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2001   Post Nature Ca’Zenobio, Venice, Italy
2001   Vanuit de beweging Groninger Museum project ‘Blue Moon’,Groningen, Netherlands
2001   Relative Positions Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, USA with Francesca Woodman and Amy Adler
2001   Contemporary film and video film evening at the The Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden (solo)
2001   49e Biennale di Venezia, Dutch Pavillon (solo)
2001   Post Nature Ca’Zenobio, Venice, Italy (solo)
2001   Vanuit de beweging Groninger Museum project ‘Blue Moon’, Groningen, NL (solo)
2001   Relative Positions Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, USA (solo)
2000   Under, Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL (solo)
2000   Potent/Present: Selections from the Vicky and Kent Logan collection, organized by Cristobal Perez of the CCAC Institute, San Francisco (solo)
2000   FLASH, D.V.D. Project Presented by the Baltic Centre at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK (solo)
2000   For Real, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, The Netherlands (solo)
2000   Domestic Loneliness, Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1999   Xn’ 99 Janviers en Bourgogne: Espace des Arts, Chalon-sur-Saone, France
1997   Observations, Recent KPN-Acquisitions, PTT Museum, the Haque, Netherlands (solo)
1997   Booster up Dutch Courage, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, USA (solo)
1997   Ete ’97, Centre Genevois de gravure contemporaine, Geneva, Switzerland (solo)
1997   On life, Beauty, Translations and other Difficulties, 5th International Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey (solo)
1997   Wounds, Between Democracy & Redemption in Contemporary Art, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden (solo)
1997   Espace Jules Verne, Bretigny-sur Orge, France (solo)
1996   Liza May Post, Anthony d'Offay Gallery, London, UK (solo)
1996   Manifesta 1, Rotterdam, Netherlands (solo)
1996   Migrateurs, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France (solo)