Nina Hubbs Zurier

Nina Hubbs Zurier works primarily in photography. A large-scale installation commissioned by UCSF is now on permanent view in the main lobby of the UCSF Medical Center in San Francisco. A project using photographs from the Reykjavik Photography Museum's archive will be published as a book by Crymogea in Reykjavik (July 2015) and will be exhibited at Sjominasafnid Reykjavik, opening 3 October 2015. Recent exhibitions include ROK: Recent Wall Pieces at NIAD Art Center, Richmond, CA; El Genet Blau, JiM Contemporani, Barcelona; Negative Space, Steven Wolf Fine Arts, San Francisco; Nina Zurier: Make Me One with Everything at California State University, Sacramento; Nina Zurier: Conditions and Connections at George Lawson Gallery in San Francisco; In Focus: Photography from the Mills College Art Museum Collection at Mills College Art Museum, Oakland; Crocodilopolis, a video project with Arnold Kemp online at Marjorie Wood Gallery; Is This Enough Information? Nina Zurier | Photographs 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.





Call Me

Call Me, 2010, 4 digital pigment prints



Who9 Really Needs a heart?

Who Really Needs a Heart?, 2011, digital pigment print



ISW1, 2011, 3 digital pigment prints