Ferrer, Elizabeth

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FERRER, Elizabeth

FERRER, Elizabeth. American, b. 1955. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: South Street Seaport Museum, NYC, exhibitions coordinator, 1980-82; Brooklyn Educational and Cultural Alliance, Brooklyn, NY, research and educational programs director, affiliated with Brooklyn Rediscovery, 1982-83; Pictogram (contemporary art gallery), NYC, founder and director, 1984-86; Columbia University, NYC, curatorial consultant and administrator affiliated with Miriam and Ira D; Wallach Art Gallery, 1987-89; Americas Society, NYC, curator and exhibitions coordinator, 1989-94, director of visual arts department and curator of art gallery, 1994-97; Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX, director, 1997-. Lecturer at universities and museums. Publications: (Coeditor) Wifredo Lam: Works on Paper, 1992; A Shadow Born of Earth: New Photography in Mexico, 1993; (Coeditor) Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century, 1993; (Coeditor) Space of Time: Contemporary Art in the Americas, 1993; (foreword) C. Puerto, A Selective Bibliography on Twentieth-Century Latin American Women Artists, 1996; The True Poetry: The Art of Maria Izquierdo, 1997. Author of exhibition catalogs. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals. Address: Austin Museum of Art, 823 Congress Ave., Ste 100, Austin, TX 78701-2435, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]