Susan Kendzulak

  • Visual artist who exhibits her paintings and installation art at museums around the world
  • Writer of hundreds of articles about contemporary art in Taiwan
  • Edited books and catalogs for artists and museums

Experience

Susan Kendzulak is a former writer for The Balance , where she wrote extensively about art careers in museum direction, art curation, fine art restoration, and visual arts for five years.

Susan has exhibited internationally and written extensively about fine art for publications including "Flash Art," "Yishu," "Art Review," artinfo.com, culture.tw, and "WestEast Magazine." She has edited books and catalogs for artists and museums including the Taipei Fine Arts Museum and ICOM (International Council of Museums). 

Education

Kendzulak earned a BFA in painting at School of Visual Arts, New York, and an M.A. in Humanities with an emphasis ​on Chinese conceptual art at California State University.

Publications

She wrote "Borrowing the Enemy's Arrows: Strategies of Contemporary Chinese Conceptual Artists​"

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