Courtney Malick


 and works in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Courtney Malick currently works as an independent contemporary art curator and freelance writer. Malick has also worked as a Directorial Associate at Haines Gallery in San Francisco, Curatorial Assistant at LACE in Los Angeles for the exhibition L.A. Goes Live that was part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time project, Assistant Director at Broadway 1602 and Daniel Reich Gallery in New York, as an archivist at the Vito Acconci Studio and as a Curatorial Assistant to Larry List for the exhibition The Art of Chess at the Reykjavik Museum.

Courtney Malick received her Master’s degree from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College in 2011. She has curated exhibitions and performances in New York at 179 Canal Street, Envoy Enterprises, White Box Gallery, CCS Galleries at Bard College and LMCC Studios and at The New Black in San Francisco. She is a regular contributor to, V Magazine and Additionally, in 2013 she has published a commissioned essay for the online journal, a project with California Institute for the Arts and has contributed a text to the publication accompanying the Palazzo Peckham exhibition at the 55th Venice Biennale. She has worked with artists such as Fatima Al Qadiri, Frank Benson, Dora Budor, Xavier Cha, Brody Condon, Lizzie Fitch, Shana Moulton, Ryan Trecartin and the collective Yemenwed, on performances, videos, exhibitions and publications.