Lori Nozick
photo by David Flynn


Lori and walkway


Lori and tower


Lori Nozick was born in the northeast US, and lived in New York for 25 years. She currently lives in Miami and has a studio in the Fountainhead Program in Miami, FL.

Ms. Nozick holds a BFA from Philadelphia College of Art, and an MFA from Pratt Institute. The artist has exhibited her work in galleries and museums, done site-specific installations, been awarded public art commissions, and has received international, national, state, and foundation grants and fellowships for her work.

The artist was invited to create a sculpture and light installation for the Bass Museum Temporary Contemporary Art In Unexpected Places Series, beginning in July 2015 and sited in the 23rd and Collins Avenue windows of Walgreen’s in Miami Beach. Nozick was invited to do a Featured Project for SCOPE Art Fair Miami 2012 and created an interactive monumental architectural sculpture. The artist completed a permanent art commission for the UWF College of Business, Pensacola FL, sponsored by the FL Art in State Buildings Program. Her exhibition, "Walkabout", an interior sculpture installation at the Arts and Culture Center of Hollywood, FL, opened in September 2012 and the sculpture was installed outdoors at the Deering Estate in Cutler Bay, FL in 2013.

Lori Nozick was awarded the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, and an interview with photos of her work in Sculpture Magazine, "The Girl Who Liked to Smell Dirt", was published in the January-February 2012 issue. Ms. Nozick had a solo exhibition of her drawings and sculpture at berlin art scouts Gallery in Berlin, Germany in September 2010 and gave a lecture at the US Embassy in Berlin.

Ms. Nozick has taught and lectured at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, American University in Corciano, Italy, William Patterson University, NJ and is currently an adjunct professor at Miami Dade College in Miami, FL. The artist also worked as a Museum Artisan and Preparator for the Wolfsonian Museum/FIU Miami Beach, FL and as a sculpture conservator for Silverlake Conservation, City of Palm Beach Gardens, FL.

She is currently developing a Miami Arts Resource Guide working with the Miami-Dade Department of Cultural Affairs and several arts and residency organizations.

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