Ken Lum
Philadelphia, USA
Vienna, Austria; Leiden, the Netherlands; Siena, Italy
Ken Lum
Ken Lum is an artist born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. Lum works in various media and is concerned with issues of identity and acculturation as represented in photography and the urbanscape. He has had solo shows at the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography; Centre for Contemporary Art, Kitakyushu, Japan; and The Gate Foundation, Amsterdam among others, and participated in group shows such as the Carnegie International, the Sáo Paulo Bienal, the Venice Biennale, and the Johannesburg Biennale. From 2000 to 2006 Ken Lum was head of the graduate program in studio art at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, where he taught from 1990 to 2006. Lum joined the faculty of Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, in 2005 and worked there until 2007. He also taught at L' école Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris and the Akademie der Bildenden Kunst in Munich. In 1998 Lum was awarded a Killam Award for Outstanding Research and became a Guggenheim Fellow. Lum is co-founder and founding editor of Yishu Journal of Chinese Contemporary Art. Lum is also active in public art, realizing permanent works in Vienna, St. Moritz, Edmonton, Vancouver, St. Louis, Leiden, Rotterdam, Toronto, and Utrecht. He presently resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he is a Professor in the School of Desin, University of Pennsylvania.
Artwork nameArtistYearNeighbourhoodProgram
Ken Lum
2001
Downtown
Other
Ken Lum
2005
Strathcona
Civic
Ken Lum
2010
Grandview-Woodland
Civic
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Ken Lum
2010
DowntownEastside
Civic
Artwork has been removed.
Ken Lum
2010
West End
Partnership
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Ken Lum
2015
DowntownEastside
Private development
Ken Lum
2015
Marpole
Private development
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