Liam Everett currently lives and works in San Francisco. Recent solo exhibitions include Office Baroque, Brussels (2015); Eleni Koroneou Gallery, Athens (2015); On Stellar Rays, New York (2014); Altman Siegel, San Francisco (2012); Paul Kasmin, New York (2011); White Columns, New York (2009); Künstlerhaus, Bremen (2004). Recent group exhibitions include Altman Siegel, San Francisco (2015); Eleni Koroneou Gallery, Athens (2015); di Rosa, Napa, California (2014); On Stellar Rays, New York and Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles (both 2013); K curated by Juan Gaitan at the Wattis Institute of Contemporary Art, San Francisco (2012); Josh Lilley, London (2012); 303 Gallery and Canada Gallery, New York (both 2010). Known also for his performance-based work, Everett has staged pieces at Kadist, San Francisco in 2015, at Art Basel in 2009 and 2012, and at 179 Canal St, New York in 2009. He recently received The Richard Diebenkorn Teaching Fellowship from the San Francisco Art Institute. Everett received the Fellowship Award from the Headlands Center for the Arts where he was an Artist in Residence in 2012. His artist’s book, Inutile (2015), recently became part of the collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.