Ginger Wolfe-Suarez’s practice includes architectural interventions, sculpture, inter-media installations, and writings on art which have been published internationally. Her works often involve body-object relationships, the sensory field, re-negotiating memory, and de-westernized notions of the art object. Wolfe-Suarez has taught studio critique, philosophy of aesthetics, and seminars in art theory and art criticism. This past year her work is/has been exhibited at Fiac, Paris with Silverman Gallery, ltd Los Angeles, Kunstraum am-Schauplatz in Vienna, and GALERIE IM REGIERUNGSVIERTEL in Berlin. She lives and shares a studio with architect Primitivo Suarez, and together they raise their son, Inigo.
- Fiac, paris with Silverman Gallery, 2011
- Solo Exhibition at Glendale Art Gallery, 2011
- Both Are True, Southern Exposure, 2010
- Group Exhibition curated by Anita Leib, Kunstraum am-Schauplatz in Vienna, 2010
- Group Exhibition, GALERIE IM REGIERUNGSVIERTEL in Berlin, 2010
- Memory Objects, ltd Los Angeles, 2010
- Theory of a Family, Silverman Gallery, 2010
- Interiority Complex, Artist Curated Projects Los Angeles, 2009
- Ginger Wolfe-Suarez was the founder and editor of a publication on conceptual art entitled InterReview Joournal based out of Los Angeles from 2002-2008.
- Wolfe-Suarez’s own art work has been reviewed in Art Forum, Sculpture Magazine, Art Papers, and Art Slant, among others, and included in a book published by Die Gestalten Versteeg, Berlin, on Fleeting Architecture and Hideouts.
- In September, 2011, a catalogue on Wolfe-Suarez’s work will be published by Glendale Art Gallery with an essay by critic Andrew Berardini.
- MFA, University of California, Berkeley
- BFA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
- Visiting Studies, Goldsmiths College, London