Zoë Buckman is a multi-disciplinary artist working in sculpture, installation, and photography, exploring themes of feminism, mortality, and equality. She has mounted solo shows at venues including Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London; Fort Gansevoort Gallery, New York; Gavlak Gallery, Los Angeles; Project for Empty Space, Newark; Papillion, Los Angeles; and Garis & Hahn Gallery, New York. Her work has appeared in group shows at the National Museum of African-American History & Culture, Washington, DC; the Studio Museum in Harlem; the Museum of Art and Design, New York; Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York; Goodman Gallery, South Africa; Jack Shainman Gallery, New York; and Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago, among others.
Buckman also works in the public sphere, and her public works include a mural created in collaboration with Natalie Frank at New York Live Arts and a public sculpture presented by Art Production Fund on Sunset Boulevard, in Los Angeles.
Buckman studied at the International Center of Photography (ICP).
From the Journal
Zoë Buckman: The Dangerous and the Alluring