Liam Everett’s (Grad Fellow ’12-’13, AIR ’13) work reflects the relationship with the “now” and present, and attempts to define the foreign or unexplained. His recent projects include solo exhibitions at Altman Siegel, San Francisco; Paul Kasmin, New York; Romer Young, San Francisco; White Columns, New York; and The Künstlerhaus, Bremen, Germany. Also known for his performance-based work, Everett has staged pieces in San Francisco and at Art Basel 2009 and 2012, as well as at 179 Canal in New York. He is the 2013 recipient of San Francisco Art Institute’s Diebenkorn Fellowship, and is a winner of the 2013 cycle of the Artadia Award. He lives and works in San Francisco.