About
Residency Dates
  • Apr 26th 2007 to May 1st 2007
  • Jul 16th 2007 to Jul 22nd 2007
  • Apr 30th 2008 to May 6th 2008
  • Nov 8th 2008 to Nov 23rd 2009
  • Feb 16th 2010 to Feb 21st 2010
  • Jun 20th 2022 to Jun 24th 2022
Region
USA

Julie Lazar founded International Contemporary Arts Network and is now a retired independent curator/producer. She specialized in the production and presentation of artworks in multiple contemporary art genres. Lazar relocated to California to serve as a founding curator then director of experimental programs at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. Earlier in New York she led development and arts administrative programs at MoMA/P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Hudson River Museum, Rockefeller University, The Museum of Modern Art, and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Lazar lives in Angwin, California, with her partner Ken Stanton.

Among artists who Julie Lazar has worked closely are: John Adams, ARTCAMP, Belkis Ayón, J.D. Beltran, Dove Bradshaw, Anne Bray, John Cage, Ann Carlson, Heather Carson, Lucinda Childs, Mel Chin, Ellen Sebastian-Chang, Remy Charlip, Paul de Jong, Juan Devis, Anthony Discenza, Sandro Dukic, Karen Finley, John Fleck, Bill Fontana, Geoff Gallegos, Frank Gehry, Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Brent Green, Renée Green, Jan Henle, Gary Hill, Louis Hock, Joan Jeanrenaud, Hirokazu Kosaka, Elizabeth LeCompte, Mingwei Lee, George Legrady, Sherrie Levine, Rick Lowe, Ingram Marshall, Anthony McCall, Julia Meltzer and David Thorne, Pat O’Neill, Martin Puryear, Navin Rawanchaikul, Tim Robbins and the Actors’ Gang, Connie Samaras, Betye Saar, Peter Sellars, Marie Sester, Harry Shearer, Adam Silverman, Susan Sontag, Carl Stone, Elizabeth Streb, Do-ho Suh, May Sun, Nader Tehrani, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Ron Vawter, Bill Viola, Garry Winogrand and Grahame Weinbren.


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