Based in: Los Angeles
After creating a stir by leading visitors blindfold through MOCA Los Angeles as part of her performance art piece, Like A Patient Etherized Upon A Table (MOCA Goes Dark), in 2011, Liz Glynn's 2012 included participation in Made in LA 2012, the Hammer Museum's first large-scale biennial survey of the work of Los Angeles-based artists, two solos at Redling Fine Art in Los Angeles, group shows at LACMA and Public Fiction in Los Angeles, Family Business and Paula Cooper Gallery in New York, UKS in Oslo and MASS MoCA in northwestern Massachusetts. Glynn also organized the multi-artist performance platforms Spirit Resurrection and Black Box as part of the Getty's Pacific Standard Time initiative. Hear her speak at LACMA on January 13 alongside Mark Hagen and Ruben Ochoa about the exhibition Lost Line: Contemporary Art from the Collection; several days later, she opens a four person show at Harris Lieberman in New York.
Above: Liz Glynn, Made In LA, Installation View, 2012, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles