About

About

Liz Kuball is an editorial photographer. In 2014, she was nominated for PDN's 30. Her personal work was selected for inclusion in The Collector’s Guide to Emerging Art Photography (published by the Humble Arts Foundation) and has been exhibited across the United States and editioned through 20x200. She lives in Los Angeles, California.

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Selected Group Exhibitions

— Base Camp Photo (Greenfield, MA), Great Photographs–The Greater Good: The collect.give Collection (2013)
— RayKo Gallery (San Francisco, CA), Fraction Magazine: Three Years in the Making (2011)
— The Factory (Los Angeles, CA), Redefining Hollywood (2011)
— Jen Bekman Gallery (New York, NY), Land Use Survey: A Group Exhibition (2010)
— Chicago Art Department (Chicago, IL), Perceptual Views: Landscapes in Time (2010)
— THIS Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA), Transplants (2010)
— Coconino Center for the Arts (Flagstaff, AZ), Landscape Interrupted, juried by William Jenkins (2010)
— Jen Bekman Gallery (New York, NY), Mixtape (2009)
— Gallery Bar (New York, NY), A Field Guide to the North American Family: The Exhibition, curated by the Humble Arts Foundation in collaboration with Mark Batty Publisher (2007)
— Shotgun Space (Los Angeles, CA), Night of the Witches (2007)
— White Wall Gallery (Detroit, MI), See, Make, Document (2007)
— Shotgun Space (Los Angeles, CA), Inside/Outside (2007)

Awards and Honors

— PDN’s 30 Nominee (2014)
— Instagram Suggested User List (2013)
— Critical Mass Finalist (2010)
— Hey, Hot Shot! Honorable Mention (2009)
— International Photography Awards Honorable Mention, Architecture–Buildings (2007)
— International Photography Awards Honorable Mention, Fine Art–Landscape (2007)
— Hey, Hot Shot! Honorable Mention (2007)

Editions

— collect.give, print sale to benefit the American Civil Liberties Union (2011)
— wall space gallery, print sale to benefit Doctors Without Borders (2010)
— 20x200, Untitled (Santa Barbara), 2009 (2009)
— 20x200, Untitled (Santa Barbara), 2008 (2009)
— wall space gallery, Collectible Edition 309 (2009)

Publications

— Summertime, edited by Joanne Dugan (2014)
— Someone I Know (2013)
— PDN Photo of the Day (2013)
— California Vernacular (2013)
— Flak Photo (2013)
— collect.give: the book (2011)
— The Chain (2011)
— Get Off My Lawn, Number 1 (2010)
— Conscientious (2010)
— PDN Photo of the Day (2010)
— Fraction Magazine, Issue 11: Place (2010)
— Emerging Photographer, “Humble Beginnings” (2010)
— Verve Photo: The New Breed of Documentary Photographers (2009)
— The Collector’s Guide to Emerging Art Photography, curated by Alana Celii, Jon Feinstein, and Grant Willing, with introductions by Ruben Natal–San Miguel and Jon Feinstein (2009)
— Fraction Magazine, Typologies: A Group Show (2008)
— tinytinygroupshow #6: simultaneous, curated by Kevin Miyazaki (2008)
— Flak Photo (2008)
— FILE magazine, A Field Guide to the North American Family, by Various Artists” (2007)
— FILE magazine, In Store, by Liz Kuball” (2007)
— A Field Guide to the North American Family, novella by Garth Risk Hallberg (2007)
— Humble Arts Foundation, group show no. 16 (2007)

Interviews

— Blake Andrews, “Q & A with Liz Kuball” (2013)
— Thoughts on Photography, Issue #0076, “Interview with Liz Kuball” (2009)
— Nymphoto, “A Conversation with Liz Kuball” (2009)

Writings

— 20x200, introduction to Ian Baguskas’s Shades, Venice Beach (2012)
— photo-eye, review of Mary Ellen Mark’s Prom (2012)
— 1000 Words Photography, #08 Summer 10, review of Sarah Pickering’s Explosions, Fires, and Public Order (2010)
— Ahorn Magazine, Issue #1, essay on Tierney Gearon’s work (2009)

Updated May 15, 2014