Lenscratch interviews Liz Cohen, Photography Artist-in-Residence about her latest work Him. Him, is an allusive and performative collaboration with the poet Eric Crosley, who identifies as a eunuch.
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Photography AIR Liz Cohen is featured in Downtown magazine. In the article, she talks about her latest exhibition “Him” on display at Cranbrook Art Museum until March 6.
Liz Cohen, Cranbrook Academy of Art’s Photography Artist-in-Residence, “Bikini Carwash” (2002), is part of this year’s film program at Art Basel in Miami Beach running December 2-6.
This article on Detroit’s emerging, collaborative art scene features several Cranbrook alumni, as it takes a long look at what’s happening in the city today. The article states, that, “Amid the city’s vast expanses of decay, pockets of talented and capable institutions, skilled designers, artisans, and tradesmen persevere, seeing potential where others see loss.”
Look, It’s a Trabant, It’s an El Camino. It’s the Trabantimino.
By Tamara Warren
Current Artists-in-Residence Liz Cohen, Heather McGill and Mark Newport are all exhibiting at Art X Detroit: Kresge Arts Experience, along with CAA alumni Corrie Baldauf (Fiber ’09), Laith Karmo (Ceramics ’06), and Gina Reichert (Architecture ’03). Art X Detroit: Kresge Arts Experience is a free, five-day experience that celebrates Detroit’s arts scene, April 10-14, 2013. Throughout more than a dozen venues in the Midtown Detroit district, the public is invited to experience an exciting collection of dance, music and theatrical performances, literary readings, workshops, panel discussions and much more created by the Kresge […]
Liz Cohen, Southwest Hannah, 2012, C-print, Edition of 5, 50 x 60-1/4 inches
Liz Cohen, Artist-in-Residence and Head of Photography, introduces her latest exhibition “Liz Cohen: On The River Road, From Presidio To Terlingua,” at the David Klein Gallery in Birmingham, Michigan on Friday, November 2, 2012. Cohen took her “Trabantimino,” the lowrider hybrid of an East German Trabant and a Chevrolet El Camino, to Marfa, Texas, where she photographed her journey of 70 miles along the River Road in the Texas desert. Sponsored by Ballroom Marfa, the body of work uses the car as her […]