Larissa Harris is Curator at the Queens Museum, where she has organized a variety of exhibitions, such as Red Lines Housing Crisis Learning Center with Damon Rich and the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) (2009); the first US museum show of Korean artist Sung Hwan Kim (2011); QMs biennial, Queens International 2012; a retrospective and new projects with the performance group Los Angeles Poverty Department (LAPD) (2014); and a major new work with Mexican artist Pedro Reyes, The Peoples United Nations (pUN) (201314). In addition, she helped organize a studio and artist services program at the Queens Museum, and an artist residency in Corona, Queens. Most recently she organized 13 Most Wanted Men: Andy Warhol and the 1964 World’s Fair in partnership with the Andy Warhol Museum. This exhibition will travel to AWM in September 2014.
Curatorial Forum | EXPO CHICAGO September 1215, 2017 Graham Foundation 4 West Burton Place Chicago, IL 60610 Developed in partnership with EXPO CHICAGO, the second Curatorial Forum will bring to Chicago 30 mid-career and established curators from across the country, working independently or with an institutional affiliation. The program was conceived to foster strong national […]read more »