Nina Hubbs Zurier

Nina Hubbs Zurier works primarily in photography and video. Much of her work deals with aspects of subversion—in terms of process and representation—as well as a kind of radical editing, or focus, so as to include only the details most essential to the subject. Recent exhibitions include Trans-Focus: Photographs, (group show) and Nina Zurier: Recent Photographs, both at George Lawson Gallery, San Francisco; My Certain Fate, a group show at Pharmaka in Los Angeles; Images from Nina Zurier on, an Eyebeam project; the video for a collaborative project with Arnold Kemp online at Marjorie Wood Gallery; Is This Enough Information? Nina Zurier - Photographs, a one-person show at Dominican University in San Rafael, California; and Unexpected Arrivals, a 3-person show at 2nd Floor Projects, San Francisco. She received a BFA from San Francisco Art Institute.



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George Lawson Gallery


Costa Brava 55

Costa Brava 55, 2004, digital pigment print



Vamlingbo 418

Vamlingbo 418, 2007, digital pigment print


Madrid 966

Madrid 966, 2007, digital pigment print


Helsinki 100

Helsinki 100, 2007, digital pigment print